June 3, 2015

Introducing The World’s Most Adventurous Business School

Toward the end of the summer we will be rolling out two major marketing and communications initiatives that have been in development for more than a year. The first is a brand-new look and feel for the school. The second is the launch of our new SHA website. We can’t wait to share them with you.

Our new brand identity reflects our positioning not only as a world-class business school grounded in the hospitality industry, but as The World’s Most Adventurous Business School. Like hospitality itself, our alumni and students are everywhere in the world, but being adventurous means more than being everywhere.

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December 15, 2014

Real estate students share career insights at IHS

Members of the Cornell Real Estate Club (CREC) are used to getting off campus. Each year they visit real estate firms in New York City and Philadelphia, where they network with industry executives, tour properties, and experience the industry firsthand.

For their most recent trip off East Hill, club members stayed a little closer to home. CREC co-presidents David Weinstein ’15 and David Fitzpatrick ’16 traveled to Ithaca High School to introduce students to the commercial real estate industry and the many different career paths available in the field.

“We had been looking for a way to get more involved in the Ithaca community, and we wanted to give the high school students the chance to talk to current Cornellians like us—in addition to guidance counselors and admissions staff,” explained David W. “I would have loved it if a student from a college I wanted to attend had come to my high school.”

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April 30, 2014

International competition means hands-on learning and industry connections

Over the course of six days in early March, three SHA students met hospitality students from all over Europe, connected with the tight-knit global network of SHA alumni, and toured one of the most popular cities in the world. Oh, yeah—and they presented an in-depth real estate case analysis in front of some of the heaviest hitters in hospitality investment.

It’s the kind of opportunity that any budding real-estate professional would relish.

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