Rosner and Varriale React to Nike’s Kaepernick Ad

Sports Management faculty Scott Rosner and Carla Varriale have weighed-in on the social media firestorm swirling around Nike’s new ad featuring Colin Kaepernick.

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How Women of Color Get to Senior Management

How do women of color in midlevel leadership roles successfully develop and advance within an organization? To answer this question, Dr. Cindy Pace conducted a case study as part of her dissertation research involving 23 women of color at a Fortune 500 company.

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Dr. Rita Charon Named the 2018 Jefferson Lecturer in the Humanities

Dr. Rita Charon, scholar, physician, originator of the field of Narrative Medicine, and faculty for the Master of Science in Narrative Medicine program at Columbia University, will deliver the 2018 Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities. The lecture is the highest honor the federal government bestows for distinguished intellectual achievement in the humanities.

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Should You Stay or Should You Go? Five Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Job

It can be tough to know when to stay put and when to call it quits. Here are five questions to ask yourself to help determine what is worth negotiating—and when it may be time to negotiate a departure.

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How the Nike-Kaepernick Alliance Could Change the Game

The alliance between Nike and Colin Kaepernick, former pro athlete and full-time social justice advocate, appears to be a corporate action made with the legitimate intent to do what is just without regard to the bottom line, according to Sports Management Senior Lecturer Len Elmore.

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Five Tips to Achieve Your Optimal Work-School-Life Balance

The dilemma of pursuing a master’s degree while working may weigh heavily on your mind. Here are some of the solutions that students and alumni at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies have employed in order to manage a healthy personal and professional life at the same time.

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Should You Clone Your Dog?

For dog owners who wish their beloved pet could live forever, the ability to clone their pet may seem like a dream come true. However, the procedure can cost up to $50,000 without a guarantee that a cloned dog will behave or even look identical to the original. The process also presents many ethical concerns.

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Five Steps to Solve Conflict at Work

There are ways to increase your skills at addressing conflict constructively in the workplace. Here are suggestions for a five-step process to follow.

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Two Full-Time Faculty Appointed to Nonprofit Management Program

Cindy M. Lott, Esq., Academic Director of the Master of Science in Nonprofit Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, and Dr. Greg Witkowski, previously an Associate Professor at Indiana University, both have been named Senior Lecturers in Discipline to the program.

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Five Tips to Give a Great Speech

Anybody can learn to give a great speech. Here are five tips on how to keep your speech simple and authentic.

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