Prof. Josh Fisher Discusses the Latest on the Sustainable Human Development Project

The Environment, Peace, and Security faculty member presented findings from the Sustainable Human Development (SHD) project at the University of the Basque Country.

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Robert Klitzman and Joseph Fins Discuss Patients in Liminal States of Consciousness

Bioethics director Robert Klitzman and Joseph Fins discuss the ethical and policy issues in brain injury and disorders of consciousness.

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Vince Gennaro: When It Comes to the ‘Postseason Effect,’ the Mets Have Won

The New York City baseball team’s stellar performance overall this year will pay financial and emotional dividends.

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Dr. Klitzman: In Incurable Cases, the Best We Can Do Is Provide Comfort

"Research won't ease the tragic circumstances confronted by many today, [but] it may help prevent many thousands facing them in the future."

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Steven Cohen on How to Get Sustainability on the Political Agenda

In The Huffington Post, the Sustainability Management director wrote about broaching the subject of climate change during the 2016 Presidential election.

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Prof. Tom Richardson on Sports Broadcasts and Cord-Cutting

Millennials are opting out of cable TV. How long until sports broadcasts shift online, too?

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Prof. Favorito: More Sports Broadcasts Will Migrate Online

The M.S. in Sports Management professor says that Yahoo’s upcoming foray into sports broadcasting is a sign of things to come.

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Actuarial Science Guest Speaker David X. Li on Leadership

At an exclusive Columbia event, the Gaussian copula model pioneer shared insights about advancing one’s career in actuarial science.

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Aldo Civico on How to Build Rapport and Influence Others

"Putting yourself in the other’s shoes helps you to shift from judgment to compassion."

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Dr. DasGupta on Ben Carson’s Chilling God Complex

The Narrative Medicine faculty member calls attention to a profession that often encourages “unchecked growth of professional egos.”

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