Accounting for the Human Element of Cyber Risk

James Bone, a lecturer for the Enterprise Risk Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, says human error is especially a problem when it comes to managing cyber exposures.

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The Art Of Data Science in Healthcare

With advances in technology, computer systems can now can use algorithms to sort through large volumes of data. Tej Anand, a faculty member for the Programs in Technology Management at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, says this process will likely be a big factor in the transformation of healthcare.

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Five Tips to Ace an Informational Interview

Through an informational interview, you can establish a rapport with an industry professional and get answers about a job, company, or industry that you can’t find online. A Columbia career coach offers five tips for getting the most out of these valuable, one-on-one networking opportunities.

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Sakura Park Festival to Celebrate Global Arts, Food, and Community in Harlem on September 9

The Sakura Park Festival, sponsored by the Columbia University School of Professional Studies, the Morningside Area Alliance, and International House, celebrates global arts, food, and community in Harlem.

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Digital Transformation: A Cheat Sheet

Companies will begin to see how digital will affect revenues within the next five years, and most of today’s businesses are unprepared for this transformation. Here’s what companies need to know.

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How Narrative Medicine Prepared Me for Medical School

Graduates Jonathan Chou and Dominic Decker say that the M.S. in Narrative Medicine program has shaped their medical careers in invaluable ways.

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Five Ways to Successfully Manage a Project

A project manager’s biggest challenge is coping with unexpected events. The key to handling these situations is flexibility.

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Columbia’s Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program Ranked #1

College Choice, a college and degree ranking website, has awarded Columbia University’s Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program as the #1 master’s program of its kind in the U.S.

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David N. Hoffman Testifies on Proposed Medical Aid in Dying Bill

David N. Hoffman, healthcare attorney, clinical ethicist, and Lecturer in Professional Studies for the Master of Science in Bioethics program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, testified before the New York State Assembly Health Committee in June on the proposed Medical Aid in Dying Bill (A2383-A) introduced by Assembly Member Amy Paulin.

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Robert Klitzman: The Terminally Ill Should Be Allowed To Die

Physician aid-in-dying has been a controversial topic in the medical community.

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