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Long, Exciting Road

Through hard work and a willingness to seize every opportunity that comes her way, Christy Pambianchi ’90 has earned a reputation as one of the most innovative HR professionals in the business today.

Christy Pambianchi ’90
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Alumni Stories

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Celebrating the African American Experience

The person who leads the most extensive African American newspaper collective in the U.S. says fellow ILRies have influenced who he is as an executive.
Hiram Jackson
Celebrating the African American Experience

Endowments Honor Bettman ’74

The NHL is celebrating Gary Bettman’s tenure as commissioner through ILR scholarship and sports management funds.
Gary Bettman
Endowments Honor Bettman ’74

Wagner '92 Gift Honors Lieberwitz

In appreciation for teaching that welcomes differing views, Eric Wagner ’92 is supporting the Worker Institute Undergraduate Student Research Fellows Program.
Eric Wagner
Wagner '92 Gift Honors Lieberwitz

Scheinman Institute Helps Launch Arbitration Career

The Labor Arbitrator Development Program helped Sarah Miller Espinosa '95 move to a profession that sets a high bar for newcomers.
Sarah Miller Espinosa ’95
Scheinman Institute Helps Launch Arbitration Career

Accelerated MILR Degree Hits the Mark for ILR Graduates

Three ILRies discuss how the MILR degree enhanced their careers.
BJ Siascoco
Accelerated MILR Degree Hits the Mark for ILR Graduates

Student Support Fund Honors Scheinman

Internships, study projects and other learning experiences, as well as other programs, will benefit from fund.
Martin Scheinman
Student Support Fund Honors Scheinman

ILR Donors Make All the Difference

To Do the Greatest Good

The ILR community everywhere is continuing to do the greatest good. Each year, ILR alumni, parents and friends come together to support the ILR School to ensure all students have the resources they need to be successful. Each year, the school recruits and retains faculty who are outstanding educators and leading researchers.

Your gift helps ILR remain the preeminent school focused on work, employment and labor. ILR is proud to be developing the thought leaders and practitioners shaping the future of work, and your gift advances this mission.

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Barry J. Beck ’90 Named Entrepreneur of the Year

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The Bluemercury founder honored by Entrepreneurship at Cornell as the Cornellian who exemplifies entrepreneurial achievement, impact on humanity and an inspirational story or business outcome.
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Barry J. Beck ’90 Named Entrepreneur of the Year

Co-Lab Builds on Research

The “Good Jobs for All?” summit focused on barriers faced by workers in Ithaca, where ILR faculty, students and community members have been investigating joblessness, wage inequality and related issues.
Althea Brennan ’23
Co-Lab Builds on Research

Manager Movement Impacts Subordinates’ Careers

Bonuses and other incentives decrease for employees left behind, but many seek out opportunities within their organizations, according to research co-authored by ILR Associate Professor JR Keller.
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Manager Movement Impacts Subordinates’ Careers

Events

Debate on "Learning From Crisis: Apparel Industry Experts on Mitigating the COVID-19 Pandemic and Future Crises"

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Joint Labor & Public Economics Workshop: Nina Roussille

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Joint Labor & Public Economics Workshop: Zoë Cullen

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Joint Labor & Public Economics Workshop: Ashley Craig

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Labor Economics Workshop: Ludger Woessmann

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Is Japan’s Grip on Ethnic Nationalism Slipping? by Charlie Morgan (Sociology, Ohio University)

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