Dr. Klitzman: Genetic Tests Don’t Tell All

What can’t DNA tests tell us about our mental health disorders and how best to treat them?

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Sim Segal: You May Be Focusing on the Wrong Risks

In a new study, the Director of Enterprise Risk Management Programs explores common risk categories and how often they get media coverage.

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Roundtable: What Can Capitalists Teach Nonprofits?

Doug White spoke with a panel of hedge fund managers about the relationship between the financial sector and charitable organizations.

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Actuary Ranks as the Best Career in America in 2015

Careers that combine mathematics and people skills are currently among the most low-stress, lucrative, and in-demand jobs in the U.S.

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National Endowment for the Humanities Helps Narrative Medicine Evolve

A generous grant from NEH helped jump-start an emerging field at the intersection of the humanities and healthcare.

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Prof’s New Book: How Communications Can Improve Leadership

David Grossman, an instructor for the Strategic Communications graduate program, offers new insights on communication and leadership.

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Faculty Member Publishes Paper on Water Microgrids

In Procedia Engineering journal, Sustainability Management alumnus, now lecturer, Gregory Falco outlines a vision for water infrastructure efficiency.

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Student Anam Khan Examines West Point’s Crisis Communications Strategy

After a pillow fight gone haywire, did the military academy communicate effectively?

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Alumna Kelly Flanagan Featured in Forbes Magazine

Forbes spoke with the CFO of the Jacksonville Jaguars about her success as a leader in the sports industry.

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A Winning Team: Sports Management and FC Bayern Munich

New York Sports Hub explains why the M.S. in Sports Management program’s new partnership bodes well for soccer’s growth in America.

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