Q&A With Digital Media Pioneer Sree Sreenivasan: “I Run a Startup Inside a 140-Year-Old Company”

“I call myself the Chief Listening Officer of The Met—someone has to be listening for what’s new, what’s working, and what’s not working.”

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‘The Ethics Police’ Asks Who Regulates Medical Research

The Journal-Inquirer explores Dr. Klitzman’s study of the ethical questions that arise in medical experimentation.

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Did “VIP Syndrome” Play a Role in Prince’s Death?

Robert Klitzman asks why doctors give celebrities special treatment, even if it ends up violating medical ethics and hurting a patient’s health.

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Skye C. Cleary Visits the Existentialist Cafe

Skye C. Cleary explains how apricot cocktails created existentialist philosophy in a new book review.

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How Jason Rizzi’s Nonprofit Management Degree Led to a Dream Job

“The [Dean’s Excellence Award] was amazing to receive because I had so many roles at the school. It was a moment unlike any other I’ve ever had[.]”

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Top Swiss CIO Joins Technology Management Program as Mentor

Meet Ursula Soritsch-Reiner, CIO of engineering and manufacturing firm Sulzer, and the newest Technology Management mentor.

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Anthony Pulgram: From Opera to the Ocean

Innovation Scholarship recipient Anthony Pulgram uses his degree to facilitate learning for everybody.

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How Is Climate Change Shaping the Future?

The new GEO-6 Assessment for North America, co-chaired by Professor Marc Levy, has released a report on how climate change impacts human health, well-being, and human security.

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Preparing to Succeed Today: School of Professional Studies Celebrates Its First Graduating Class

Proudly attired in Columbia blue caps and gowns, students across the University’s 12 master’s programs celebrate their graduation.

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Extraordinary Columbians Honored With Awards at Graduation

The School of Professional Studies honors a group of outstanding individuals, including graduates Drew Muller and Adam Vigiano, the first two student recipients of The Campbell Award and the Dean’s Excellence Award.

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