Community Scholar Adarsh Alphons: From Teaching Kids Art to Creating a National Nonprofit Arts Organization

In 2011, Adarsh Alphons, an immigrant here on a work visa with a mountain of student loans, decided to do everything he wasn't supposed to do: teach art classes to youth full-time for no pay.

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Three Strategies to Change Implicit Biases in a Negotiation

At a recent event hosted by the Women’s Insights on the art of Negotiation (WIN) Summit, Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Director of the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program at Columbia University, shared insights into what implicit bias is and what changes we can make as individuals to become aware of biases, and ultimately, change them.

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Talks@Columbia Entrepreneur/Intrapreneur Series Now on YouTube

The speakers of Season 3 of Talks@Columbia address the theme of Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship: Driving Change in the Organization.

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Six Students Awarded Innovation Scholarships

The School of Professional Studies has awarded a $2,000 Innovation Scholarship to six students who have demonstrated strong academic performance as well as professional promise as leaders in their field.

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NECR Program Represents at IACM Conference

The 30th Annual International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) Conference recently took place in Berlin, Germany, and brought together students and scholars from around the world, including a strong showing from Columbia University’s Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NECR) program.

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Beth Fisher-Yoshida to Speak at Madison Square Garden

Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Director of the Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program, will give a talk on women and negotiation at Madison Square Garden on August 8, prior to the Indiana Fever vs. New York Liberty WNBA game. Columbia students and alumni have the opportunity to purchase discounted tickets to the event, starting at $45.

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Applied Analytics Students Present Citi Bike Proposals to Publicis

On the first day of their Analytics and Leading Change block week course, Master of Science in Applied Analytics students collaborated on a project for the Citi Bike initiative which they pitched to Publicis Groupe.

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Michael Atkin Takes the Lead in Teaching Data Management Skills

Applied Analytics faculty Michael Atkin and his "first of its kind" data content management course are profiled in Waters Technology.

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Inaugural Event Held for Excellence in Nonprofit Management Series

The workshop session was led by Master of Science in Nonprofit Management faculty member Gloria Johnson-Cusack.

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Millennials And Anxiety: Toward A More Nuanced Understanding Of Their Mindset

Master of Science in Applied Analytics Course Associate Diane Rubino calls for “a more nuanced, humane understanding of Millennials” based on the impact global challenges such as climate change and violence have on younger students today.

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