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Top communications pros convened for a panel for Columbia’s weeklong executive seminar Strategic Communications: International Perspectives.
Adweek’s PRNewser recognizes Kai Wright (‘09), whose communications expertise and passion for music fuel his success at Atom Factory.
Prof. Marc Levy, in a testimony before Congress, laid out the wide-ranging threats that climate change poses and criticized the DHS's lack of meaningful action.
On PRI’s “The World,” Bioethics director Robert Klitzman cautions consumers against seeking clues about their heritage from at-home genetic testing kits.
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The Communications Practice instructor and author speaks about the early influences that sparked her interest in social justice.
Dr. James Colgrove discusses last December’s measles outbreak at Disneyland, Senate Bill 277, and the ethics of vaccinations.
The graduate program in Sports Management equips students with the digital skills and global perspective that sports brands are seeking.
The director of the Sustainability Management program calls attention to America’s outdated policy on dealing with harmful chemicals.
The in-person Fundraising Management program offers students unparalleled networking opportunities.