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The Spring 2017 Narrative Medicine Rounds includes Dr. Lucy Kalanithi, the widow of the late Dr. Paul Kalanithi, author of When Breath Becomes Air, and New Yorker staff writer Rachel Aviv.
Venetta Walker, J.D., is a leader in the field of nonprofit governance, and she's taking that expertise to the Nonprofit Management program.
Following a successful pilot program of three presentations last Summer and an official launch with three presentations last Fall, the Master of Science in Construction Administration program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies is pleased to announce three upcoming presentations for the Spring.
Are they protecting their brand, or is Delta's new diversity training a way to save face? Dean Jason Wingard discusses the initiative with Bloomberg News.
Construction Administration alumnus ('15) Ronnie Mewengkang was promoted to Chief of Facilities and Security.
Phillip Mitchell, Narrative Medicine ('13), has a new position as the Assistant Director of Interprofessional Practice and Education at the Western University of Health Sciences, Northwest.
The School of Professional Studies gives back by contributing to community events, like this October 2016 panel at the Harlem Children's Zone.
Salil Mehta, a statistician and professor in the Applied Analytics program, makes an appearance in The New York Times' "Your Money" Column, showing the futility of Wall Street's year-end predictions.
Emily Stancil Martinez, a 2016 graduate of the Executive Master of Science in Strategic Communication, kicked off the NYSE with her colleagues from Red Hat.
In a new article on Inc., Executive Master of Science in Strategic Communications professor Jane Praeger asks whether businesses are following TED's lead and utilizing the power of storytelling.