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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Beth Fisher-Yoshida on How to Have a Healthy Collective Workplace

“We are wired to connect and we understand the value of non-zero sums but we are still deeply driven by tribal instincts of fear, ignorance, kinship and ignorance and lack of affection.”

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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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Carla Varriale to Deliver Keynote Address at 2016 SRLA Conference

Carla Varriale, Sports Management program faculty, will keynote the Sport and Recreation Law Association Conference in New Orleans, LA, February 24–27, 2016.

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Giving Day: SPS Raised More Funds Than Ever Before

SPS gained more donations from more donors than ever before, thanks to our community of students, alumni, and friends.

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Sports Management Industry Showcase Brings Top Pros

At an exclusive Columbia event, guest speakers from the NBA, FC Bayern Munich, and more shared insights on launching one’s sports management career.

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Venkatasubramanian Delivers TEDx Talk on Systemic Risk Management

This “will be the dominant scientific paradigm of the 21st century...as we look at challenges such as global warming, or how complex systems fail catastrophically, and how to manage systemic risk in the future.”

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