Master of Science in Strategic Communication News
Through an informational interview, you can establish a rapport with an industry professional and get answers about a job, company, or industry that you can’t find online. A Columbia career coach offers five tips for getting the most out of these valuable, one-on-one networking opportunities.
The biggest challenge for any public speaker is connecting with the people in the room. Here are five tips to engage your audience successfully.
For decades, social scientists have developed theories that explain the secrets of persuasion. The Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM) helps organize the theories and decide when to apply certain ones.
When you deliver a speech, if you develop the mannerisms of a leader, you’ll be perceived as such. Columbia University’s Strategic Communication faculty member Jesse Scinto recommends five techniques to master your stage presence.
Leslie Pitterson (’12SPS, Strategic Communication), Vice President of Communications, U.S. Media at Nielsen, has been named recipient of a “40 Under Forty” Achievement Award by The Network Journal, a news website and quarterly magazine for African-American professionals, corporate executives, and small-business owners.
Since starting her master’s studies, Gloria Chin has been featured as a keynote speaker at a national women’s convention, earned her first educational grant, and was designated a national Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar.
The New York Women In Communications organization awarded two Strategic Communication students with scholarships for further study.
Strategic Communication faculty member Jane Praeger gives CEOs advice on how they should speak up about their values in the age of President Donald Trump.
Surpriya Venkatesan, a 2015 graduate of the Executive Master's in Strategic Communication, writes about the life of a 16-year-old Syrian refugee for Teen Vogue.
Jesse Scinto, the newly minted Associate Director for Curriculum Development for the Master of Science Programs in Strategic Communication at Columbia University, understands how we communicate today, and he's bringing that expertise to Columbia's curriculum.
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