ILR Project Awarded Belonging at Cornell Innovation Grant
This project – a collaboration between the ILR School, the College of Arts and Sciences, eCornell and the College of Human Ecology – will give the Cornell community a chance to “hear the voices” of those in marginalized communities.
Business owners and employees can learn best practices for welcoming service animals into public places using resources from the Northeast ADA Center that are aimed at the concerns of small- and medium-sized businesses. These resources include a new website and a free webinar.
Funding Offered for Disability Inclusion Workplace Initiatives
Ten percent of adults ages 21–64 in the United States have a disability, but most U.S. workplaces struggle to reflect this diversity. The WorkABILITY Innovation Lab offers grants to enhance workplace inclusion.
Michael L. Huyghue, CALS '84, who teaches a sports business class in the ILR School, has provided recommendations for improving diversity, equity and inclusion in hiring practices and is meeting with each team’s leadership
In-person NYC Workshop: Gender Based Violence and Harassment: The Union’s Role in Prevention, Intervention and Cultural Change
Join us in NYC on June 15 and 21, 2022. The resurgence of the #MeToo movement, resurgence in anti-transgender legislation across the country, and the continued impacts of the pandemic have challenged unions to take on issues of gender-based violence.
The ILR Workplace Inclusion and Diversity Education program, seeded by a gift from Tim Wentworth '82 and his wife, Robin Wentworth, will develop and deliver innovative teaching methods, conduct research and develop partnerships with leading organizations.