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William Sonnenstuhl Q&A
Research findings helped students learn how to change norms around alcohol, hazing, sexual assault and mental health.
A grant for an investigation of how workers in China exercise their voice on social media, and how that affects managerial practices and the authoritarian state’s decision making, has been awarded to Assistant Professor Duanyi Yang.
Associate Professor Emily Zitek, Associate Professor David Matteson and Graduate Recruiting and Outreach Coordinator Darrie O'Connell have been honored with State University of New York Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence.
What Happened at the Amazon Warehouse on Staten Island?
When a union-free tech giant was upended by a worker-founded union at a Staten Island warehouse April 1, the world was shocked. ILR experts are contextualizing what led to the surprise win and what’s next.
John Abowd, the U.S. Census chief scientist and associate director for research and methodology, and Cornell’s Edmund Ezra Day Professor Emeritus of Economics, Statistics and Data Science, shares his journey in this “International Statistical Review” story.
“Achieving Greater Worker Voice, Equity, and Mobility: A Multi-Industry Study of Organizing Efforts and Their Outcomes,” will be led by Labor Education Research Director Kate Bronfenbrenner and MIT Professor Thomas A. Kochan.
IBM executive Carla Grant Pickens joins ILR Dean Alex Colvin and ILR Associate Professor Vanessa Bohns on the latest episode of WORK! to discuss what has been learned during the pandemic about workplace conflict and the role of influence.
To have any hope of rising to the existential challenge of climate change, the nations of the world must invest in electric vehicles. Arthur Wheaton says in the U.S., the push will need to come from the government.
Grant to Fund Conference on Climate Change in South Asia
A Cornell-led international team of researchers, including ILR's Sarah Besky has received a $65,000 grant from the NEH for its project, “The Next Monsoon: Climate Change and Contemporary Cultural Production in South Asia.”