Applied Analytics Student Wins Hackathon and IBM Internship

Chunzi Wang, a Master of Science in Applied Analytics student at the School of Professional Studies, won the DivHacks hackathon on April 14 and was rewarded on the spot when IBM Research offered her a summer internship.

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Dr. Shelley Saltzman Receives Lenfest Distinguished Columbia Faculty Award

Shelley Saltzman, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer and full-time faculty member for the American Language Program (ALP), has been honored with the 2017–2018 Lenfest Distinguished Columbia Faculty Award for her outstanding ability to teach, inspire, and mentor graduate and undergraduate students.

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5 Things to Know About Gary Knell, Our 2018 Graduation Keynote Speaker

Gary E. Knell, CEO of National Geographic Partners, will deliver the keynote speech at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, May 12, 2018. In preparation for his upcoming address, here are five facts to know.

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Three Columbia Community Scholars Discuss “Hip-Hop Education: Propelling and Preserving the Movement”

One week before Kendrick Lamar became the first hip-hop artist to be awarded Columbia University’s Pulitzer Prize, Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies presented the panel discussion “Hip-Hop Education: Propelling and Preserving the Movement” to explore hip-hop as it approaches its 45th anniversary.

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Sim Segal Develops a Practical ERM Approach for Federal Governments

In a new white paper, Sim Segal provides a practical ERM framework that governments could implement at the national level.

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Dana Deasy Named CIO for Department of Defense

Deasy is a founding mentor for the Executive Master of Science in Technology Management program.

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How Confirmation Bias Helped Mark Zuckerberg's Testimony

Jesse Scinto, faculty member and alumni of the Executive Master of Science in Strategic Communication program, analyzes Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony for Bloomberg TV Bulgaria.

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Len Elmore Debates Whether College Athletes Should Be Paid

Should college athletes be paid? Sports Management faculty member Len Elmore debates against the motion in a recent Intelligence Squared debate.

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Bret Myers: From the Sidelines to MLS Data Analyst

Sports Management faculty member Bret Myers, Ph.D. was recently featured in the Washington Post in a story about the increasing prominence of data analytics in international soccer.

 

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How Storytelling Can Improve Business Communication and Transform Workplaces

Storytelling can help businesses thrive, says Murray Nossel, Ph.D., faculty for the Master of Science in Narrative Medicine program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies.

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