3 Ways to Improve Your Cover Letter

Edith Updike, Managing Editor at Global Finance magazine and former lecturer at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, reveals how to write standout cover letters.

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ALP Congratulates Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

Five students from the School of General Studies Class of 2018 who took Academic Writing classes with the American Language Program have been inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society.

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Congratulations, Class of 2018!

On Saturday, May 12, 2018, 957 School of Professional Studies students gathered on the South Lawn of Columbia University’s Morningside Heights campus to celebrate the successful completion of their master of science degrees.

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Dr. Robert Klitzman Analyzes 104-Year-Old's Doctor Assisted Suicide

Dr. Robert Klitzman, Director of the Master of Science in Bioethics program, was recently featured on NBC Nightly News discussing David Goodall’s decision to end his life by doctor assisted suicide at age 104.

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Timothy Hegarty Analyzes Trump’s Infrastructure Plan

Timothy Hegarty, an adjunct professor for the Master of Science in Construction Administration program, deconstructs and analyzes President Trump’s infrastructure plan.

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Office of Government and Community Affairs Highlights Excellence in Nonprofit Management Series

The Excellence in Nonprofit Management Series, co-produced by SPS and the West Harlem Development Corporation, aims to create stronger, sustainable organizations throughout the community.

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Three Profiles of Upcoming Grads You May Have Missed

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Adela Gondek: Understanding Mineral Rights on Inherited Land

Journalist Eve Andrews interviewed Master of Science in Sustainability Management faculty member Dr. Adela Gondek and incorporated her thoughts regarding a question concerning mineral rights on land inherited in West Virginia.

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Dr. Robert Klitzman on New Depression Diagnostic Tests

Dr. Robert Klitzman, Academic Director of the Master of Science in Bioethics program, says treating mental illness is complicated because there remains “a lot about the brain we don’t know.”

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SPS Students Win Nasdaq’s Gender Diversity Innovation Challenge

Students from a range of SPS master’s programs, including Applied Analytics, Enterprise Risk Management, Nonprofit Management, Sports Management, Strategic Communication, and Sustainability Management, recently entered the Gender Diversity Innovation Challenge, sponsored by Nasdaq and Parity.org.

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