News at Columbia SPS
ERM Lecturer Steve Lindo Publishes “Intelligent Analysis: How to Defeat Uncertainty in High-Stakes Decisions”
The book offers methodology for leaders to measure risks in potential decision-making along an uncertainty spectrum.
Feeling Anxious about Going “Back to Normal?” You’re Not Alone.
Rajiah Williams Leong shares strategies for navigating change during weekly mindfulness meditations.
Why Bioethics Matters: Four Key Takeaways
Dr. Robert Klitzman defines four underlying principles of bioethics: autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence, and justice.
Mentorship Matters: Exploring The Success of Women in STEM with Columbia HCM’s Dr. Aaron Wallen
The Columbia Global Centers Nairobi panel discussed how mentorship is one of the key ways to help women in STEM.
SPS Announces Inaugural DEIA Committee
The DEIA committee and CDO role are the results of a proposal submitted by a working group that convened at SPS in fall 2020.
The Art of Finding Your “Inner Salesperson”
Wealth Management lecturer Aaron Abrahms shared his strategies and tips for sustaining a successful sales cycle.
The U.S. Must Invest in Early Science Education to Compete Globally, says Dr. Robert Klitzman
The Columbia Bioethics Program Director wrote an op-ed for The Hill about America’s need for early science education funding.
Pride, Book Club, Pop-Up Yoga? Keep Busy All Summer at SPS
The SPS Student Support team offers graduate students resources and advice for making the most of the summer months.
Asian American Artists Gather at Columbia University to Discuss the Power of Art Against Hate
Four Asian American artists comprise Columbia’s NECR panel to discuss how their work responds to hate crimes.
5 Building Blocks for a More Sustainable Future
Integrating science, technology, and financial incentives offer a promising path toward a sustainable future for construction.
Bioethics Program Director Dr. Robert Klitzman Addresses Challenges of Human Genome Editing
An international commission’s recommendations present more complex questions for the future.