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.
Verónica Martínez-Matsuda Q&A
Martínez-Matsuda’s research explores the history of migrant farmworkers in America.
State Economies Hit the Most by Coronavirus
As Americans worry about their financial future due to the economic damage from the coronavirus, WalletHub turned to a panel of experts, including ILR Professor Philipp Kircher, to offer guidance.
ILR Impacting Farmworkers in New York State
ILR faculty members Verónica Martínez-Matsuda and Kate Griffith are among Cornellians engaged with partners to improve the lives of farmworkers, a hidden community of more than 50,000 laborers essential to the state’s agricultural industry.
International Seat Held by Nishii
An ILR faculty member has accepted a position on the new international forum -- Global Future Council on New Equality and Inclusion -- designed to re-think world challenges.
Dean Colvin Highlighted On Latest Union Strong Podcast
Official podcast of New York State AFL-CIO features ILR School’s newest leader.
Three ILR students among Merrill Presidential Scholars
Niyyah Barber, Brittany Garcia and Julia Allen honored a teacher or mentor who made a difference in their ILR experience.
Helping People Navigate Their Environments is Research Focus
Brian Lucas is collaborating with Cornell colleagues to study motivation and creativity in the workplace.
Workplace Creativity, Morality and Motivation Researched by Lucas
In the classroom, Assistant Professor Brian Lucas uses concepts and theory to inform understanding of workplace problems.
Teaching About Tech Change and the Future of Work: Litwin Outlines His Approach
In ILR’s TΔ@W course, students learn how technologies can benefit many. It’s knowledge they can deploy as they become managers, policymakers, professionals, parents, teachers and workers, Litwin writes in an Aspen Institute blog post.
Forced arbitration growing, putting more workers at risk, Colvin says.
Sixty million workers are impacted by a conflict resolution system forced on them by employers, according to ILR’s interim dean.
Entitlement: More Complex Than You Think
Entitlement usually gets a bad rap, but it’s not necessarily negative. “A little entitlement can be a good thing,” says ILR Associate Professor Emily Zitek.
Two ILR Faculty Win Weiss Awards
Kati Griffith and George Boyer honored for excellence in teaching.
“Leading the Clunky Organization”
In his new book, Professor Sam Bacharach says great leadership is at the core of successful organizations; great leaders recognize inertia and address it.
Alice Hanson Cook-Lois Gray Distinguished Lecture
Professor Shelley Correll, a leading authority on gender, will speak about “The Gendered Language of Performance Assessment.”
Colvin Named Interim Dean
Alex Colvin, the Martin F. Scheinman Professor of Conflict Resolution, will lead the school while Cornell searches for a permanent dean.
Rissing Hopes Research Will Have Impact Beyond Academia
ILR Messaging Project - A message from the Dean
Scholar of Renown
Labor law and labor relations expert speaking at ILR, Cornell Law
Seat at the Table
Compa rejoins federal panel on trade and labor
Grave Perils, Great Possibilities
Labor Day 2015: inequality grows, but new worker voices emerge
Dean Hallock shares thoughts on ILR’s future
"Democracy and Inequality"
Salvatore a panelist at Cornell inauguration event
Inequality Research Funded
Impact of unionization on low-wage workers will be studied
Gender and Work
Elias bringing Washington experience into the classroom
Unpacking Workplace Demographics
Generational diversity influences newcomers' perception of trust, inclusion
ILR professors address issues that defined the decade
Associate Dean Named
Barrington appointed to ILR outreach position
ILR emeritus professor contributes to social statistics around the world
Bell Named Fellow
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology cites research on training, teams