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.
Benjamin Drain '22 Presenting Research
NFL player performance decreases by 12% after a new contract is signed, according to research being presented at a SUNY conference. The findings suggest the importance of tailoring incentive plans for other workers.
ILRie Wins Chancellor's Award
Terrill Malone ’21 was active in the ILR Global Service Learning program in Mysore, India, the ILR/University College Dublin program, ILR’s Hopi and Navajo Mediation Engaged Learning program and the Minority ILR Student Organization.
It’s a Wrap: Senior’s Last Days on Campus
Before heading to an HR job in California, Veronika Koziel thanked ILR mentors and absorbed Cornell ’s beauty.
Once an ILRie, Always an ILRIE
Class of 2019 members shared memories as they graduated this weekend and Interim Dean Alex Colvin gave them a rousing sendoff: “You haven’t won a prize, you have earned an opportunity.”
McPherson Honors and Awards
Students and faculty learned Thursday about ILRies receiving top awards for the 2018-2019 school year.
Study at Singapore University helps student with his goal of connecting countries to economic growth opportunities.
A Summer to Remember
ILR students conduct public policy research in Zambia.
Students learn value of cultural context
ILR Peer Mentors
Friendly support provided for new students
Class of '22 a Record Breaker
ILR’s new class posts a yield rate of 79 percent, the highest in the school’s history. Seventy of the 164 first-year students identify as African-American, Latino or Native American, underrepresented populations in higher education.
Students and Faculty Honored
Awards made for teaching, mentoring, scholarship, service
Yorango on a Roll
Alum looking beyond Ithaca to expand startup
ILR’s Class of 2019
New students are diverse, academically strong
Bridge Across Campus
ILR Senior Leading Cornell Student Assembly
Prefreshman program builds confidence and college success, peer adviser says
Living Wage Study
ILR student impacting Tompkins County workers through research
Health Care Focus
Summer devoted to science learning and health care delivery innovation
Serving and Learning
ILR student team working on projects to benefit rural and indigenous people
Applying Education to Greek Life
ILR students lead Greek system’s three organizing bodies
Comparing Social Policy
Research at Oxford will focus on "invisible" working class
Mock trial team surpasses 2014 record
Senior Tribute Tree
ILR students join project commemorating classmates
Boren Scholarship Recipient
ILR student plans to study in Brazil
Headed to Alaska
Debate team heads to its final tournament of the season
Mixing Horses, HR Studies
Cornell Equestrian Team member cites support of faculty and team
Learning Through Listening
Freshman wins national award for academic achievement and advocacy
Talbot '15 marches in Selma as civil rights advocate
Cayuga’s Watchers on Duty
Student group works to increase safety at parties
ILR students win tournament’s Spanish-language category