May 30, 2017

Myths abound for the kinds of people who work at top tech companies like IBM: they all have computer science degrees, and they all come from Ivy League or big-name universities. 

But it turns out you don't need to fit this mold to make it in tech. 

As Obed Louissant, IBM Watson's VP of HR, tells Business Insider, his company...

May 30, 2017

When Alan Eisner (BS ’89, MEng ‘92) first arrived on Cornell’s campus as a freshman, he put his name on every club’s list to "really get involved.” However, at the close of his freshman year, Eisner felt dissatisfied that he hadn’t left his own mark on Cornell. When a friend from home at Princeton University told him about...

May 30, 2017

Celebration, Entrepreneurship at Cornell's two-day conference, took place on April 27 and 28. Student Agencies Foundation was the underwriting sponsor of the event, which was an impressive success, as it brought countless entrepreneurs, both students and alumni, to visibility at Cornell. This event also allowed students to...

 Hi Nick, how did you first get involved in SAI?  

I applied for Big Red and Hired Hands my freshmen year and was ultimately rejected from both in the final round of the interview process. I came out again my sophomore year and was hired as one of the general managers for Big Red.  

How has SAI shaped your experie...

May 29, 2017

Founded just one year ago as part of the eLab class of 2017 by Jason Guss (BS '13, PhD student) and Apoorva Kiran (B.Tech '08, MSc '11, PhD '17)Orthofit addresses the problem of poor workplace ergonomics and posture, which typically lead to chronic medical conditions, by providing professionals with cu...

May 1, 2017

 Over the past nine years, Cornell Trustee Emeritus Peter Nolan ’80, MBA ’82, and his wife, Stephanie Nolan ’84, have given nearly $2 million to help the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management support U.S. military veterans seeking an MBA.

Now, with an $8 million investment to establish the Peter and Stephanie N...

The new eHub website that was launched last week highlights eHub as a “open, flexible and dynamic collaboration and coworking space” which fosters entrepreneurship for the entire Cornell community. Through its sleek layout and sharp design, the website features information about starting your entrepreneurship journey at eHu...

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