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Are the latest UN resolutions working to reverse climate change enough to save the planet? Steven Cohen, Executive Director, Columbia University’s Earth Institute, writes about what’s needed to take global warming seriously.
Robert Klitzman, director of the Bioethics Program, writes about the promises of new HIV drugs, and economic problems of drug access, in his article World AIDS Day 2011: Entering The Fourth Decade Of HIV. He says, "Currently, both in the US and abroad, disparities are widening. Both within and between countries, the gap separating the haves from the have-nots is growing. In many countries, wealthy uninfected individuals can now afford PreP, while poorer people cannot, making AIDS more of a "poor person's" disease, widening gaps in health. Once again, HIV highlights global disparities that require attention."
Developing knowledge strategy can be a steep learning curve for enterprise managers but a new university programme is on hand to train the experts of the future.
David Grad, a Senior Producer of On Air Promotion at MTV, won 3 Beacon Awards, including the Association of Cable Communicators' highest honor, the 2011 Golden Beacon Award for his campaign, A Thin Line. http://www.athinline.org/videos. Leah Gutstadt, another Strategic Communications student, was also nominated for the campaign Connect A Million Minds.
Dr. Shelley Saltzman, senior lecturer in English as a Second Language at the American Language Program, lends her expertise to the debate about how best to teach English to those working in law. She explains how a course taught by ESL professionals and supplemented with lectures by legal experts can very effectively meet the oral/aural needs of visiting lawyers and LLM students.
MS in Sustainability Management student Emily Briggs discusses her experience in the program. “My true passion lies in facilitating multi-stakeholder collaborative processes for making large-scale, transformational change toward sustainability.” Emily’s blog is at http://emilyebriggs.com/blog/.
Sports faculty member Peter Levine is quoted in this article about Jews in sports, "“Because [sluggers like Greenberg and Rosen] were Jewish, they became symbols of Jewish strength” for American Jews who were wrestling with increasing anti-Semitism.
Steven Cohen, the Executive Director of Columbia University’s Earth Institute, is interviewed about his book Sustainability Management: Lessons from and for New York City, America, and the Plane, which tackles the increasing necessity of (re)building and (re)imagining sustainable cities.
Steve Cohen writes about the need for a future tech genius who will harness sustainable energy in unprecedented ways.