Doug White: How "Billions" Portrays Philanthropy

Program Operations Director for the M.S. in Fundraising Management program Doug White examines how a new show depicts the world of nonprofits.

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Four Discussion Disciplines to Drive Effective Online Collaboration

The science of organizational learning provides us with disciplines to address four of the most-common problems that occur during online discussions.

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Beth Fisher-Yoshida on Climate Change, Palestine, and More

The M.S. in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution director joined Reddit for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session about global struggles.

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Alumna Kira Peikoff: NASH is a Health Threat

In an article for Newsweek, this Bioethics alumna explores an encroaching health phenomenon.

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Three Major Changes in the New Normal Market

“This new economy will be untenable without continuous learning effectively in place in your business.”

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Robert Klitzman: The Fraught Role of IRBs

Robert Klitzman, author of The Ethics Police?, explores the fraught role of Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) in this interview.

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Observer Explores the ROI Of Sports Management Graduate Programs

Observer speaks with Sports Management director Vince Gennaro about the impact of graduate programs in the sports industry.

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Jesse Scinto: Public Speaking Dos and Don'ts

Communications Practice lecturer Jesse Scinto is quoted in a YFS Magazine article about achieving public speaking success.

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Vince Gennaro on MLB Opt-Out Clauses

Vince Gennaro, program director of the M.S. in Sports Management program, discusses the opt-out clause in baseball player contracts.

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Norm Jacknis: How to Prepare Organizations for Big Data Initiatives

Applied Analytics lecturer Norm Jacknis discusses how to set up an organization for a successful big data project.

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