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American Language Program Instructors Take Teacher Training to Universidad Panamericana, Guadalajara, Mexico
Dr. Shelley A. Saltzman and Brittany Ober, from the School of Professional Studies' American Language Program, traveled to Mexico to present a seminar on teaching in English.
In this new piece by Steven Cohen, the Program Director for the Master's program in Sustainability Management, he writes about how climate change policy will be complicated under conservative ideology.
The American Language Program (ALP) is pleased to announce its Winter Conference to be held on Saturday, February 25, 2017.
In this new podcast, Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida interviews Dr. Kenneth Kressel on how mediators can solve highly polarized disputes.
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.