Business Certification Student Attends Global Innovation Conference

Business Certification student Christina Reh is drawing inspiration from a global conference to develop her own startup idea.

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Levy and Fischer on Water Security for Sustainable Development

“Water security is to sustainable development what water is to life.”

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Marc Levy on Justice, Peace, and Inclusiveness for Sustainable Development

"The scientific case for including a goal on peace and governance is overwhelming...These are not easy goals to advance, and progress will require multifaceted efforts and willingness to experiment and learn."

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Klitzman: Are Pharma Prices Unethical?

In light of recent high-profile drug price hikes, the Bioethics director probes the intentions of pharmaceutical companies.

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Levy and Fischer Participate in Launch of New Global Partnerships for Sustainable Development Data

A 15-year historic agenda that aims to achieve universal action on improving economic growth, social inclusion, environmental protection within a framework of good governance.

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Dr. Colón Receives Nimbus Award for Service to The Arts

The lecturer in Narrative Medicine has volunteered to create and implement a college-prep program with Nimbus Dance Works.

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Marc Levy Discusses Innovative Uses of Data at International Summit

The co-director of the Environment, Peace, and Security program actively participated in panels on the use of data for sustainable development.

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Dr. Klitzman on Genetic Tests in Psychiatry

"There is a big set of ethical concerns here."

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Doug White: What Does It Mean to Commemorate Donors ‘In Perpetuity’?

In The New York Times, the Fundraising Management director weighs in on the case of Paul Smith’s College and donors’ rights.

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Jesse Scinto: Finding Your Voice During a Conflict

The Communications Practice instructor suggests that self-awareness and measured responses go a long way.

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