Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures Plans Symposium

by Jeff Shaw

ITHACA, N.Y. — To celebrate its first symposium since 2016, Cornell’s Institute for Healthy Futures is convening industry leaders and academics from across health, hospitality and design to collaborate on ways these combined disciplines can improve quality of life.

Held on the Cornell campus in Ithaca from May 11 to 13, the event will include lectures and panels led by economists, senior living and hospitality entrepreneurs, and healthcare practitioners and designers.

Beth Mace, chief economist at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care (NIC), and Rohit Verma, founding provost of VinUniversity and professor in the Cornell University Nolan School of Hotel Administration, will give keynote addresses.

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