Ten Students Awarded Innovation Scholarships

Ten students in their final year of study at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies have each received a $2,000 Innovation Scholarship to be applied toward tuition.

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Focused On Life After Football, Browns’ Hawkins Pursues a Sports Management Degree

A day in the life of Andrew Hawkins, Cleveland Browns receiver and Ivy League student.

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Dr. Sharyn O’Halloran: The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Needs More Oversight

The Senior Vice Dean and Chief Academic Officer for SPS has written an opinion piece for American Banker.

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Do Ethicists Hinder HIV Prevention Research?

HIV studies are receiving less participants because parental consent is often required.

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Starting Pitching, Infield Offense Strong for Cleveland Indians

"[The Cleveland Indians’] three man rotation at the top, it’s as good as anybody’s in baseball.”

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Predicting Income Inequality Under the Next Presidency

“Would a Trump or Clinton presidency lead to more or less income inequality?”

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Bioethics Alumna Kira Peikoff on IVF Embryo Testing

If an IVF embryo is tested as abnormal but there’s a 40% chance it will be born healthy, would you implant it?

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Knowledge Management and the Internet of Things

“...it’s the information and the people, not the technology, where players will win or lose over the long term.”

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Shelley Satlzman Named to IELTS USA Higher Education Advisory Council

The IELTS USA Higher Education Advisory Council acts as an external review panel related to policies, procedures, and activities associated with international higher education.

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Jeffrey Sachs and Ruth DeFries Named University Professors

Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger has appointed Jeffrey Sachs and Ruth DeFries University Professors, the highest rank bestowed upon faculty.

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