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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Ray Vella to Speak in Boston and Boca Raton This Fall

Ray Vella, who teaches in the Applied Analytics program, will speak at conferences in Boston and Boca Raton this fall.

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School of Professional Studies Expands Financial Aid Opportunity for Veterans

For the 2016-2017 academic year, the School of Professional Studies has significantly expanded the maximum number of students and the maximum dollar contribution for the Yellow Ribbon Program.

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Robert Klitzman on the Ethics of Human-Animal Embryos

The bioethicist said, "this is the stuff of science fiction.”

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Girls in STEM Introduces Students to Career Possibilities

The New York edition of Girls in Stem makes the evening news on FOX 5 NY.

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How to Solve Conflicts at Work With Beth Fisher-Yoshida

In this new podcast, the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program Director gives advice on how to cross the divides in the workplace

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Cindy Lott Discusses Nonprofit Regulation and Enforcement With Nonprofit Quarterly

Nonprofit Management Program Director Cindy M. Lott is interviewed about the changes in nonprofit regulation and management, from technology to state mandates.

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