Robert Klitzman on the Threat of Bioterrorism

With the recent advances in gene editing technology, law makers and bioethicists fear the potential actions of “rogue scientists.”

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Prof. Ray Katz Examines Cam Newton’s Advertising Success

Prof. Ray Katz explains Cam Newton’s rise to advertising stardom and possible challenges that lie ahead in terms of gaining sponsors.

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Voices in Bioethics Announces Partnership With Chinese University of Hong Kong

Voices in Bioethics, an online journal in affiliation with Columbia University, will feature stories from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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Connecting Business and Academia in the Hub of Miami

The dean of the School of Professional Studies will meet with Columbia alumni in Miami this week.

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Program Director Robert Klitzman’s Latest Book Reviewed by BioNews

BioNews covers The Ethics Police? by Robert Klitzman, director of the M.S. program in Bioethics.

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Doug White on the Ineffectiveness of Charity Navigator

Program Director Doug White warns in The Chronicle of Philanthropy that Charity Navigator is ineffective in measuring the impact of charities.

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Information and Knowledge Strategy (IKNS) Featured in KM World

Leading knowledge management publication KM World features the M.S. in Information and Knowledge Strategy at Columbia University.

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Sharyn O’Halloran’s Three Pillars for SPS Academic Excellence

To fully take advantage of our new mission, we are encouraging students to start thinking about their relationship with the school, the university, and to a wider network of partners.

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Browns Wide Receiver Andrew Hawkins Pursues Sport Management Degree at Columbia

In the offseason, professional football player Andrew Hawkins prepares for a career in the front office.

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Nikolas Katsimpras: Are We Addicted to Conflict?

Lecturer Nikolas Katsimpras speaks about the history of conflict and society's preoccupation with the issue at the Evan Foundation's Conflict Matters conference. 

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