Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Panel: Youth and Community Builders in Peacebuilding

The Negotiation and Conflict Resolution graduate program held a panel bringing together students and alumni to discuss the role of youth in building peace.

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Aldo Civico on Conflict Resolution Strategies for Businesses

Professor Aldo Civico shares his conflict-resolution strategies in an interview with Inc. 

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Tom Watson Remembers An Honored Philanthropist

Tom Watson, lecturer for the Fundraising Management graduate program, honors the life of Hilton Prize winner Judy Miller in The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

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Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Alumnae on How to Resolve Conflict in Family Businesses

Two Negotiation and Conflict Resolution alumnae devised an action plan for minimizing conflict with family in the workplace. 

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Tom Richardson: How Sports Brands Are Navigating the New Media Ecosystem

The lecturer for the graduate program in Sports Management examines the shifts in the media landscape and what it means for live sports broadcasts.

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Steve Bandrowczak Joins WISeKey’s Advisory Committee

The Associate Director for the Technology Management graduate program takes on a new role for a leading information cybersecurity organization.

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Sports Management Alumnus Stars in Super Bowl Commercial

Alum Guy Fortt stars in an AARP commercial, which was featured during the Super Bowl.

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Robert Klitzman on Gene Editing

Robert Klitzman recently wrote an article for CNN about gene editing and its potential ramifications.

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Katrina Pugh on the Use of Analytics in HR

Katrina Pugh, director of the graduate program in Information and Knowledge Strategy (IKNS), explores the potential for data analysis in the HR field.

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Jane Praeger: Storytelling to Build Your Business

A Columbia lecturer explains the significance of storytelling and how to use it in your organization.

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