The Economy of 2016 Weighs on Elections in 2018 and 2020

The 2016 election outcome may have been a shocker to many people, but not to statistician Salil Mehta, faculty for Columbia’s Master of Science in Applied Analytics program.

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5 Questions with Rita Charon, Director of the Virginia Apgar Academy

In May, Rita Charon, M.D., Ph.D., was named director of the Virginia Apgar Academy, a community of educators at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (P&S). In this Q&A, she speaks about her new role, the importance that doctors talk with people outside the field of medicine, and what’s next for her.

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Top-Five Tips to Perfect Your Graduate School Application

So you’ve decided to apply for graduate school? Here are five tips to ensure your app stands out.

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Winning Yankees Aren't Faring Nearly as Well at the Ticket Office

Vince Gennaro, Director of the Master of Science in Sports Management program, weighs in on the approach to the premium pricing strategy of the Yankees.

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STEM Family Day Features Hands-On Science Experiments and Workshops

STEM Family Day featured hands-on science experiments, workshops taught by Columbia faculty, and a guest talk from Astronaut and Columbia Engineering Professor of Professional Practice Mike Massimino.

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How Columbia Scores With FC Bayern Munich

The Master of Science in Sports Management program’s partnership with FC Bayern Munich continues to grow. Here is the latest on how the program and the team are working together to bring best-in-class examples and case studies into the classroom.

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Nonprofit Management Associate Director Co-Authors Two Reports

Erwin de Leon, Ph.D., the associate director of SPS's Nonprofit Management program, recently co-authored two reports in the Urban Institute and Human Service Organizations.

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Cindy M. Lott Authors Chapter In International Charities Regulation Book

Cindy M. Lott, Esq., the Academic Program director of SPS's Nonprofit Management program, is one of the contributors to a new book that serves as "an insider’s review of the last quarter century of charity law policy."

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How China Is the Newest Market For American Sports

American sports is making inroads in the Chinese market, and Sports Management's companion degree program with the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University in Beijing, China is just one part of this story.

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A Blueprint for Building Innovation Capacity

How do you drive innovation capacity in an organization? What are the interventions, risks, and pitfalls? A panel of experts gathered recently to answer these questions.

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