Kaiser Fung: Right on Power Posing

"Power posing," the viral TED-talk that turned researcher Amy Cuddy into a household name, was renounced by one of its researchers, echoing Applied Analytics Associate Program Director Kaiser Fung's February Slate column.

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Why Corporate Culture Matters

According to Dean Jason Wingard, organizations have to take culture into consideration on the road to achieving their goals.

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Mother Jones Journalist Shane Bauer Speaks at Narrative Medicine Rounds

Shane Bauer spent four months as a prison guard and reported on it for Mother Jones, in one of the most important pieces of journalism to emerge this year. At Narrative Medicine Rounds, he took a capacity audience behind the scenes.

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Columbia Ranked One of the Top Ten Universities in the World

According to the 2016 Academic Ranking of World Universities, Columbia University is an academic powerhouse, with a top-tier worldwide ranking.

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Salil Mehta Explains the Statistics Behind Winning the Lottery

The Applied Analytics professor and author of the popular blog Statistical Ideas knows what the odds are of striking it rich with a lotto ticket.

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Cindy Lott Heads a Groundbreaking Report on Nonprofit Regulation in the U.S.

Cindy Lott, the Nonprofit Management Program Director, leads a major first in nonprofits: a report that is the first systematic analysis of state charities regulation and its complexities in the United States.

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Robert Klitzman on EpiPen's Price Hike

How can drug companies get away with such outrageous prices for live-saving medicine, like the EpiPen? Robert Klitzman explores the conflicting values at the pharmacists' counter.

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Five Ways to Maximize Your Impact on LinkedIn

Diane Spizzirro, Director of Career Management at the School of Professional Studies, knows a few simple tricks to make your LinkedIn profile stand out.

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Three Master’s Programs Expanded at SPS

To align them with the School’s mission to offer education informed by rapidly evolving market needs, three programs at SPS are expanding.

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Dean Jason Wingard on the High Price of Higher Learning

When college costs rising, how does a university translate classes to careers? Dean Jason Wingard has an answer.

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