Star of the popular Lethal Weapon series, Glover met with ILR classes and took part in programs across campus. A strong advocate for worker rights, he told students the choices they make now are life-defining.
A distinguished panel, including MSNBC's Chris Hayes, discussed the future of work and labor at The Worker Institute launch.
Roland Lange '89 recounted his path to high-level jobs in publishing and at Google during the ILR Alumni Association's fall program.
Labor leaders from that nation met with ILR faculty to explore collaborations, including student and faculty exchanges.
ILR's Ithaca and NYC conference centers educate and train thousands of students each year and connect the school to the world.
ILR in the News
Newsday - Matthew Freedman, Assistant Professor of Labor Economics
"Minimum wage hike gets support from low-paid New Yorkers"
The Courier - Pam Tolbert, Lois S. Gray Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and the Social Sciences
"Auto boom puts pressure on suppliers"
The Wall Street Journal - Louis Hyman, Assistant Professor of Labor Relations, Law and History
"Ten Things Credit Bureaus Won't Tell You"
Dimensions - Laura Hertzog, Director of Human Capital Development Diversity programs
"Driven by a Sense of Public Service"
More media stories and interviews featuring ILR people at: http://ilrinthenews.blogspot.com/.
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