Professor Ronald Ehrenberg says the three-year, $640,000 grant supports the study of trends in humanities funding and the impact of socioeconomic factors on decisions to pursue PhDs.
Lisa Yang '74 honored by the Cornell Asian Alumni Association for her dedication and "deep involvement in philanthropy."
Research conducted by The Conference Board and ILR shows that recruiting employees with disabilities is good business.
MILR students' plan for attracting corporate talent takes first prize at Ohio State HR Invitational Case Competition.
ILR students and members of the Cornell Forensics Society expose incarcerated youths to debate and critical thinking
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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