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In the latest edition of Claudia Dreifus’ column, “A Conversation With,” the Sustainability Management faculty member interviews a social psychologist about the psychological roots of our technology addiction.
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.
Construction Administration faculty John Rusk is involved with the organization Getting Out and Staying Out, which helps the formerly incarcerated succeed in the work force.
The Spring Community Scholars Lecture will feature Reverend Vivian Nixon discussing how higher education can change the U.S. mass incarceration system.
In a new op-ed on The Huffington Post, Dean Jason Wingard of Columbia University's School of Professional Studies wrote about the power of education in creating the African-American leaders of tomorrow.
Dr. Sharyn O'Halloran, the Senior Vice Dean and Chief Academic Officer for SPS, weighed in on how President Trump could change the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA.
The new Columbia initiative for Women, Peace, and Security will have extraordinary leadership, with Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee as the Executive Director and Dr. Mikaela Luttrell-Rowland as the Associate Director.
In a new CNN op-ed, Robert Klitzman explains how the psychology of blame played a role in the political rise of Donald Trump.