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March 2011


  • Beth Livingston

    A different perspective

    Gender role orientation in the workplace explored by human resources professor Beth Livingston

  • award1

    Culture comparison

    Doctoral student Maite Tapia '12 wins award in Labor and Employment Relations Association writing competition

  • Stayin' Alive :The 1970s and the Last Days of the Working Class

    It's great to be "Alive"

    Professor Jefferson Cowie's "Stayin Alive" named best book in American social and intellectual history of 2010

  • Bob Smith

    "He is always there"

    Students and colleagues reflect on Professor Robert Smith's excellence in teaching and intellectual contributions

ILR in the News

NPR - Curtis Lyons, Harriet Morel Oxman Director of the Catherwood,
Hospitality and Management Libraries

"Remembering New York's Deadliest Factory Fire"

CNN Money- Rebecca Givan, Assistant Professor of Collective Bargaining
"Wisconsin's Walker: Union Man of the Year"

WHCU - Art Wheaton, Director, Western NY Labor and Environmental Programs
"Automotive impact of Japan's natural disaster"

MSNBC - James Gross, Professor of Collective Bargaining, Labor Law, and Labor History
"NFL's millionaires vs. billionaires: Why care?"

More media stories and interviews featuring ILR people at: http://ilrinthenews.blogspot.com/.

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