Summer Book List

Here are summer book recommendations from the Academic Directors.

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SPS Student Affairs Team Present at the NASPA Summer Symposium

From June 5-7, the SPS Student Affairs team presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Region 2/Region 3 Joint Summer Symposium in DC.

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Toronto Raptors' Kawhi and Nike Dispute Over 'Klaw' Logo

Toronto Raptors star Kawhi Leonard is taking on his former sponsor, Nike, in a trademark dispute over his personal logo.

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7 Signs Your Organization is NOT Ready for the Future of Work

Everyone is talking about the future of work. But is your organization ready for it? Rate your organization on these seven signs.

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A More Perfect Union: MMA Athletes and Unionization

Carla Varriale, a professor for the M.S. in Sports Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, developed an interest in MMA a few years ago and now teaches a class that explores the reason behind the ban.

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School of Professional Studies Alumna and Executive in Residence Recognized as 2019 Columbia Alumni Medalists

Rachel Hitchcock ’06SPS, Strategic Communication, and Executive in Residence Maryam Banikarim ’89BC, ’93SIPA, ’93BUS were recognized as Columbia Alumni Medalists at the 2019 university commencement.

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Three Applied Analytics Students Win Hackathon for Women

Three Applied Analytics students won first place in Marsh Global’s ReWRITE Risk and Insurance Hackathon for Women.

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Columbia HBCU Fellowship Empowers Students to Thrive

The second cohort of the Columbia HBCU Fellowship successfully completed the program on May 20, 2019.

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James Bone Presents at the Society for Risk Analysis' World Congress

James Bone, a lecturer for the M.S. in Enterprise Risk Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, presented at the Society for Risk Analysis' World Congress in Cape Town, South Africa earlier this month.

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