News at Columbia SPS
To Maximize Productivity and Keep the Peace, Divide Professional and Household Work Clearly and Often
A Human Capital Management expert shares strategies for striking the right balance between professional and household work.
Mentorship Forged Through the Columbia Girls In STEM Initiative Lasts Well Beyond a Week in the Summer
Last summer, rising Ashley Onumonu joined the Columbia Girls in STEM week in Washington D.C. and gained a mentor for a lifetime.
Special COVID-19 Edition: SPS Features, 3/25/20
Read reflections from the Dean, our students' best practices in learning remotely, and faculty responses to the coronavirus.
Tips for Working (and Learning) From Home from a Strategic Communications Student Who Excels At It
Anastasi Sharp ('21SPS, M.S. in Strategic Communication) shares his tips and tricks for effective distance learning.
Why Are People Having Trouble Making Sense of COVID?
Bioethics Academic Director discusses how biases are at work in the current public health crisis.
Working Together While Working Apart
As your team transitions to remote working, use these tips to make work better together.
Narrative Medicine Student David Keefe Awarded 2020 Securing Open Societies Fellowship
David Keefe ('20SPS, M.S. in Narrative Medicine) has been awarded a 2020 Securing Open Societies Fellowship.
Dr. Robert Klitzman Discusses the Federal Government's Response to Coronavirus
Bioethics Academic Director Robert Klitzman on how the government is keeping up with a fast-moving crisis.
IBM's Cognitive Computing Consulting Team Hosts Applied Analytics Graduate Students For Information Session
IBM Senior Leaders & Talent Acquisition team members hosted 150 Columbia graduate students for an invitation-only info session.
Dr. Sid Dalal in IBM Journal of Research and Development
The article offers first responders new methods to identify hazards with the use of analytics.
Postbaccalaureate Students Present Research Poster at Society for Personality and Social Psychology’s Annual Convention in New Orleans
Their research poster was titled "Assessing the Role of Psychological Reactivity in the Somatization of Stress."