Talks@Columbia Presents Understanding the Genome in the Information Age

The latest edition of Talks@Columbia, “Understanding the Genome in the Information Age,” featured Columbia University Professor of Sociology and President of the Social Science Research Council Dr. Alondra Nelson and Forbes Senior Editor Matthew Herper. The panel was moderated by Dean Jason Wingard.

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Dr. Art Langer Urges Amazon to Create Opportunities for Working Class New Yorkers

Amazon should heed the effects of its presence in Seattle as it moves forward with development of its second headquarters in New York City and Northern Virginia, argues Dr. Arthur M. Langer, Academic Director of the Programs in Technology Management.

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Dr. Arthur Lerner-Lam Discusses Investing to Save the Planet

Dr. Arthur Lerner-Lam recently discussed the new report from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, CleanTech, and sustainable investing.

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Enterprise Risk Management Alumni Ray He Takes His Skills to the Real World

At SPS, Ray He secured a risk analysis internship in the investment management field—by specializing in calibrating production models, establishing monitoring models, and calculating portfolios' Value at Risk (VaR).

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Five Negotiation Lessons from Powerful Women

Here are five examples of women who’ve continued to challenge the status quo because they believed in something greater.

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Columbia Thought-Leaders Headline NASPA Careers in Student Affairs Conference

More than 150 undergraduates, graduates, and new professionals representing 25 colleges and universities from the tri-state region attended the NASPA Careers in Student Affairs Conference at Columbia University on October 26.

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ALP Faculty Honored at Columbia Arts and Sciences Distinguished Faculty Reception

Three American Language Program faculty members were honored at the annual Arts and Sciences Distinguished Faculty reception in Low Library.

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ALP Faculty Present at ANUPI Conference in Mexico

The American Language Program was a distinctive presence at the annual ANUPI (National Association for University Professors of English) Conference, October 17–20 in Huatulco, Mexico.

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Dr. Yvette Burton to Advise on Talent Strategy for Federal Reserve Board

The Master of Science in Human Capital Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies is helping set the course of talent strategy for the Federal Reserve Board.

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What's Next in the World of Fintech?

Fintech and Applied Analytics student clubs from SPS recently hosted a panel on the future of fintech in collaboration with the Fintech club from Columbia Business School.

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