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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Sustainability Management Professor Curates NYC Architecture Exhibit

Lynnette Widder, who teaches in the Sustainability Management program, curated a new architecture exhibit, "Kaneji Domoto at Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonia," now on display at The Center For Architecture in New York.

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Charlie Gard and the Difficulties of Life and Death Medical Care

In a new CNN op-ed from Robert Klitzman, the Program Director for the School of Professional Studies' Master of Science in Bioethics, the case of British infant Charlie Guard raises medical questions about ethics and life support.

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Art Langer's Tips For Digital Disruption

Art Langer, Director of Programs in Technology Management at Columbia University's School of Professional Studies, wrote a feature about IT workers at the front of digital disruption in the debut issue of NEXT Magazine.

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Nonprofit Management Faculty Lead at Fundraising Day in New York

Faculty at the Nonprofit Management program at Columbia's School of Professional Studies shared their expertise at this year's Fundraising Day in New York event.

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The Economy of 2016 Weighs on Elections in 2018 and 2020

The 2016 election outcome may have been a shocker to many people, but not to statistician Salil Mehta, faculty for Columbia’s Master of Science in Applied Analytics program.

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5 Questions with Rita Charon, Director of the Virginia Apgar Academy

In May, Rita Charon, M.D., Ph.D., was named director of the Virginia Apgar Academy, a community of educators at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (P&S). In this Q&A, she speaks about her new role, the importance that doctors talk with people outside the field of medicine, and what’s next for her.

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Top-Five Tips to Perfect Your Graduate School Application

So you’ve decided to apply for graduate school? Here are five tips to ensure your app stands out.

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