A research team, led by applied economics and management professors Kevin Kniffin, Vicki Bogan and David Just found that overweight men in the workplace are found more persuasive than their female counterparts.
On Oct. 2, the Cornell Diversity and Inclusion Business Advisory Program kicked off an eight-week workshop series with an hour-long session titled “Business Basics” with Forté, a female-only undergraduate business organization, and the Wardrobe, an organization that provides free professional attire to Cornell students. Founded in April 2019 by Claire Pan ’20, the program is funded by Dyson’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion and consists of over 45 business organizations on campus. The event opened with a resume workshop led by two Forté members, Maddie Franke ’21, vice president of external affairs and Rabia Syed ’21, initiative representative. They shared a collection of tips for constructing resumes, writing cover letters, networking and navigating LinkedIn.
The Student Assembly put on hold a resolution on Thursday that would create a new spot for a representative from the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, with many members citing concerns over reapportioning representation for each of Cornell’s colleges in the S.A.
“In college, I think this is one of the first times where you have a little bit of freedom in managing your own finances and budgeting … and so starting early kind of leads you to develop very good habits that I think are very important long-term,” said Bogan.
From the adventures of Link in the Legend of Zelda to the twists and turns of Mario Kart, Reginald “Reggie” Ails-Aimé ’83, former president and CEO of Nintendo America, has been a part of bringing dreams to life for Nintendo users across the world for years.
“The purpose of the Dyson Students of Color Coalition was to empower students and get the message out there that we support and accept diversity,” said Michelle Reiss ’20, a founding member of the Coalition.