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Friday, April 18, 2014

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Advocating for People with Disabilities

Teresa Danso-Danquah

Truman Scholarship supports passion

An ILR junior who has centered her Cornell, national and global service learning experiences on advocating for people with disabilities has been named a Truman Scholar.

Teresa Danso-Danquah '15 will receive up to $30,000 for graduate study through the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation. On Wednesday, it announced its 59-name list of 2014 winners from across the nation.

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ILR News Digest

Peter Lazes of ILR's Healthcare Transformation Project will deliver the keynote address at the American Association of Medical Colleges-2014 Group on Business Affairs and Group on Institutional Planning Joint Spring Meeting on April 30.  Read more.

Interviews and Research Highlights

Esta Bigler

Physicians as Employees

Labor and Employment Law Program helps doctors and their employers navigate new workplace relationships.

ILR in the News

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The Guardian


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