News at Columbia SPS
“Learn to Rely on your Classmates,” Say Recent Strategic Communication Graduates
Graduates of the M.S. program provided tips, insights, and practical advice on September 9.
The Growing Awareness and Prominence of Environmental Sustainability
"People continue to worry about the environment, but is environmental quality actually getting worse? The issue is complicated."
Revisiting Communication Theory
Q&A: Strategic Communication lecturer Carolyn Montrose on how to effectively get your message across
Dr. Lilian Ajayi-Ore Named Top Fifty Learning and Development Professional
The Columbia SPS lecturer is teaching two sections of Digital Communication Strategy this fall.
“Raising Awareness Is Not an Objective:” Strategic Communication Student Troy Blackwell Jr. Heads to the Peace Corps
"I appreciated [my lecturer] Dixon, who said awareness is not quantifiable as an objective, and objectives need to be quantifiable."
SPS Student Government Now Accepting Nominations
Students have until September 19 to self-nominate or nominate other students for Student Representative and/or Student-at-Large.
Faculty Spotlight: Edith Updike, Storyteller
The Lecturer in Strategic Communication on Her Career and Return to Columbia
People Power and New York City Parks
"People power and sweat equity could get us started and help improve all of our parks, and hopefully, some cash would then follow."
Reflecting on 9/11/2001
Three Insurance Management lecturers recall their stories of survival from September 11, 2001.
Executive M.S. in Strategic Communication Student Ashley All: How She Led Groundbreaking Campaign
Executive M.S. in Strategic Communication student Ashley All recently found that courses she had taken in the program provided training that came in handy sooner rather than later.
Jackson, Mississippi, and America’s Infrastructure Crisis
"Reagan’s anti-government and anti-tax mantra remains with us and has had the impact of defunding many of the basic services that government provides."