Through teaching, research and outreach, ILR generates and shares knowledge to solve human problems, manage and resolve conflict, establish best practices in the workplace and inform government policy.
Three New Scholarships Focus on First-Generation Students
ILRie Carmen Molinos ’94 and her husband, Mark DeAngelis ’91, MPA ’92, establish three endowed undergraduate scholarship funds intended to support first-generation students in the ILR School, the Brooks School of Public Policy and the College of Human Ecology.
Mark Kreynovich ’19, who was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine, and fellow Cornellian Dillon Carroll '20, who grew up in New Jersey, dropped everything to travel to Eastern Europe shortly after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Al Davidoff ’80 was working as a custodian on campus his freshman year when his interest in worker rights was ignited. He saw that workers weren’t being paid a livable wage, and has gone on to become a leading figure in the American labor movement.
Daria Moldavskaya '12 is co-founder of ReverCare, developed to help caregivers access resources for their elderly loved ones at home. The ILR curriculum inspired a business model of employers offering ReverCare services as an employee benefit.
Glenn August ’82, CEO of a leading investment firm, identified Cornell as his “dream school” when he was a sixth grader and says, almost 40 years later, that ILR was a great fit. “I couldn’t have asked for more.”