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Robert Klitzman, the program director of the M.S. in Bioethics, asks whether patients should be concerned that their matter could be used for science without their consent, like the famous case of Henrietta Lacks.
Nonprofit Management faculty Steve MacLaughlin discusses the data behind Blackbaud's 2016 Charitable Giving Report.
JPMorgan Chase and Co. Managing Director & Global Chief Information Officer, Dana Deasy, a founding Technology Management Mentor and Executive-in-Residence, was honored with the HMG Strategy 2017 Transformational CIO Leadership Award.
The faculty from Columbia's American Language Program made their mark on the 2017 TESOL International Convention.
Cindy Lott, the director of Nonprofit Management programs, weighs in on new data about charities, the IRS, and regulatory forms.
“Ireland has the foundation of an ecosystem in the space of financial risk management and compliance with a cluster of companies and universities driving the innovation with conviction,” according to Applied Analytics Program Director Thomas Deely.
In collaboration with SPS, Emeritus Professors in Columbia (EPIC) introduces its Spring 2017 speakers series.
Listen to Information and Knowledge Management program director Katrina Pugh on the Internet of Things on a podcast and at a conference.
Katherine Aul, an 2012 SPS alumna in the Landscape Design program, told Architect Magazine why her firm participated in the Women's Strike.
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