Highlights from ILR
Jay Walker '77 and Eileen Walker, who also graduated from Cornell, will co-chair the university library "Campaign for Collections." Read more at http://www.library.cornell.edu/node/3613.
Timothy Carswell '14, left, and Gregory Crawford '14, are the 2013 winners of the Clete Daniel Memorial Medal. Read more about the award and Professor Daniel at: http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/alumni-and-friends/RememberingClete-Daniel_eNews.html.
Susanne Donovan '13 from Catherwood Library Digital Projects and Tommy Rucker Hum Ec '13 from the Kheel Center are 2013 winners of Cornell's Fuerst Awards for outstanding library student employees. Read more: http://news.library.cornell.edu/news/Fuerst2013.
Professor Gary Fields has again received the General Mills Foundation Award for Exemplary Graduate Teaching. Read more about Fields at http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/directory/gsf2/biography.htm.
JC Tretter '13 of the Green Bay Packers talks about his rookie experiences in Wisconsin. See the video: http://tinyurl.com/d4g3xha.
Ross Gitlin '15 has been elected by the university's Student Assembly to the Cornell Board of Trustees for a two-year term. Read more at http://www.cornellsun.com/section/news/content/2013/05/02/after-race-ross-gitlin-'15-elected-student-trustee.
The Scheinman Institute's First Annual Cornell University-Marquette Law Arbitration Advocacy Competition, conducted by video conference, can be seen at Scheinman-Marquette Competition.
"The New Faces of Diversity: Veterans, Aging Workers and People with Disabilities" was presented Thursday at the Workplace Diversity Conference in Minneapolis by Susanne Bruyère and Judy Young of the Employment and Disability Institute.
Worker Institute Associate Ken Margolies discussed New York City's paid sick leave proposal on Southern California Public Radio. Hear the interview: http://tinyurl.com/chs9qut.
Esta Bigler '70, director of ILR's Labor and Employment Law Programs, moderated a panel Monday on tradeswomen's opportunities. The panel was part of the Summit on Women in Construction, sponsored by the New York Collaboration for Women in Construction and held at the ILR Conference Center in New York City.
As a Baltimore radio show panelist, Linda Barrington, managing director of ILR's Institute for Compensation Studies, discussed earning disparities between men and women. Hear the podcast.
Hannah Rudstam, senior extension associate for ILR's Employment and Disability Institute, presented "Heroes at Work: Unique Issues in Hiring and Accommodating Veterans with Disabilities" at Cornell's Diversity Update Conference on campus Monday.
As part of the Department of Labor's 100th anniversary, the ILRReview and DOL are co-sponsoring an academic conference on labor regulation today in Washington, D.C. A special issue of ILRReview is planned focusing on research presented at the conference.
ILR students Alex Bores '13 and Danny Blackman '13 defeated teams from the University of Toronto, Harvard University and Stanford University to win a first place at the 2012 Yale Inter-Varsity Tournament this month. More than 170 teams from Canada and the United States competed.
Catherine Guydan MILR '14, Kelli May MILR/MBA '14 and Royce Lee MILR '13 are members of the Johnson/ILR team that won first place at the 2012 National MBA Human Capital Case Competition. http://humancapitalcasecompetition.com