News at Columbia SPS
The SEC’S Climate Disclosure Rule Means Major Changes for Climate Reporting
With the EU and California “leapfrogging” the SEC, companies are already preparing to ramp up climate reporting.
Frank Agwuncha Is Working, Teaching, and Wrapping Up a Master’s in Sustainability
Agwuncha has tips on where in New York to find Nigerian food, and the city’s most vibrant holiday market.
Regulating Technological Complexity
Broad policies to regulate new and emerging technologies can be set by law, but the detailed rules must be left to experts in administrative agencies, writes Senior Vice Dean Dr. Steven Cohen.
Celebrating the Season at the Annual SPS Friendsgiving Dinner
The SPS community gathered to celebrate together at Low Memorial Library on Columbia's Morningside campus.
The Mismanagement of New York City’s Government, and the Repeated Delay of Food Recycling
New York City needs a more profound effort at identifying and mobilizing the city’s resources, writes Senior Vice Dean Dr. Steven Cohen.
The Importance of Insurance in Our Lives
Insurance Management Program Director Teresa Chan on how Columbia is preparing the next generation of insurance innovators.
IKNS Seminar Examined How Generative AI Will Impact the Workplace
Ben Royce, Information & Knowledge Strategy lecturer and alum, spoke about the value and risks that AI's growing prominence poses to businesses.
Climate Change Is Only Part of the Problem. Don’t Forget Where (And the Way) We Live
Dr. Steven Cohen, SPS Senior Vice Dean, writes on how we need to adapt our lives to the changing climate.
How Storytelling Can Be Powerful Medicine
Senior SPS faculty share how harnessing tools from the study of literature and art can inspire more empathic experiences.
The Accomplishments and Limits of Environmental Policy
For environmental policy to be effective, it must encourage the transition already underway in many private businesses, writes Senior Vice Dean Dr. Steven Cohen.
A Life of Service: From Army Veteran to Veteran Teacher
Columbia SPS instructor, La-Verna Fountain (‘10SPS, NECR), on how her U.S. Army experience has informed her academic career.