May 12 2016

One Week in Bangkok
The 2016 Mai Bangkok Business Challenge.

May 11 2016

Rizwan Quraishi, MBA'16, Wins First Place in Morgan Stanley Campus Photo Competition
Winning image captures early mangrove saplings coming to life, taken on an eco-tour with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) along the Makran Coastal Highway in Pakistan

Apr 19 2016

Who Will Pay? Covering the Cost of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
World Bank speaker Ajay Narayanan believes both the private and public sectors will have to ante up to cover major development costs associated with the impact of climate change on low-income countries.

Apr 12 2016

Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration Showcases Johnson Alumni, Thought Leadership, and Innovation
Johnson to host sessions on family business, the energy industry and climate change, food entrepreneurship, and more

Mar 18 2016

Local Concerns Address Food Insecurity, Sustainability, and Accessibility
Representatives of Rocky Acres Community Farm, Anabel’s Grocery, and Wegmans participate in a food industry panel moderated by Alexa Ing Stern, MBA ’17, at the Cornell University Social Impact Conference.

Mar 02 2016

The Future of Clean Energy: Achieving Resilience
With traditional energy prices falling, the renewables sector struggles to remain competitive while maintaining a focus on long-term growth.

Jan 04 2016

Inside Patagonia, Inc., with Vincent Stanley
MBA students spent a Saturday morning with the storied firm’s director of Philosophy and long-time employee

Dec 11 2015

Geoff Johnson, MBA '16, Named OneEnergy Scholar
Johnson one of eight MBA students nationwide recognized for exceptional leadership and vision in the renewable energy industry.

Nov 19 2015

Johnson’s Karolyi and Global Finance Leaders Convene with Prince of Wales
Symposium focused on putting “sustainability” into the vocabulary of finance

Oct 22 2015

MBA Startup Named Finalist out of 11,000 Entries in 43North Business Idea Competition
UMA Bioseed, founded by Margaret Wu, Brennan Duty, and Abhijeet Bais, all MBA '15, and Cornell Post-Doc Stephanie Corgie, will pitch for prize money that could amount to $1 million. 

Oct 12 2015

“Why a Diverse Workforce is the Right Thing for Clean Tech”
Ahmad Chatila, President and CEO of SunEdison, delivers keynote at Johnson Energy Connection 2015 By Giorgi Tsintsadze ’17

Oct 08 2015

Reframing the debate around poverty and foreign aid
Mark Weber, co-producer of the documentary film “Poverty, Inc.,” leads a discussion about the unintended consequences of global humanitarian aid

May 26 2015

A Decade of Growth and Impact
The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at the Johnson Graduate School of Management completed a decade in existence in 2014. Over the past 10 years, it has successfully launched innovative programs; completed corporate projects with local and global reach; and conducted a variety of independe...

Apr 22 2015

Scale and scaleablity: a conversation with Erik Simanis
Tom Harrison from The Practioner Hub for Inclusive Business interviews Erik Simanis, Head of the Frontier Markets Initiative, a joint program with the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at Cornell.

Apr 10 2015

Tales of a Corporate Idealist
Christine Bader, author of The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil , delivers 2015 Day Family Ethics Lecture at Johnson

Apr 03 2015

Adding renewable energy to power grid requires flexibility
Solar panels, wind turbines, electric vehicles and other green power sources are proliferating rapidly, but their reliable integration into the existing electric grid is another story.

Mar 04 2015

Students Assess Commercial Viability of Larva Meal
Johnson students, under the guidance of Mark Milstein, clinical professor of management and director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise , explore the larva meal business and suggested to Cornell agricultural scientists to focus on aquaculture as an initial market.

Feb 24 2015

A Short Trip to the Future
The future of energy looks inspiring and hopeful to student participants in the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit, where a Johnson team won second place in the [Em]Powering Grid Resilience Competition.

Feb 09 2015

On the Ground: Cornell Center Demonstrates Benefits of Applied Research
SGE demonstrates the benefits of applied research.