Doug White Weighs in on "America's Worst Charities"
CNN, Jun 17, 2013
Commenting on reportage by the Tampa Bay Times and the Center for Investigative Reporting identifying America’s worst charities, Doug White, M.S. in Fundraising Management faculty member, dismisses the argument that charities without telemarketers would have no money.
Fisher-Yoshida and Riley to Present at Association for Conflict Resolution Conference
School of Continuing Education, Jun 07, 2013
Faculty and Academic Director Beth Fisher-Yoshida and faculty member Michele Riley, both of the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program, will present at the 12th annual conference of the Association for Conflict Resolution Greater New York Chapter on June 20, 2013 at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Fisher-Yoshida will speak on a panel about “Higher Education in Conflict Resolution” and both she and Riley will present for a workshop, “Coaching in the Caucus.”
The addiction to energy and the seductiveness of energy-based technology is contagious. But fossil fuels are finite, causing climate change when burned and ecological damage when extracted from the ground. These two fundamental facts will motivate human ingenuity to develop better alternatives, writes Steven Cohen, Executive Director of the Earth Institute.
Angelina Jolie’s openness about her decision to undergo mastectomies ignores the fundamental issue of justice and health care: why the costs of genetic testing are so high and what can be done to reduce the cost.
Rebuilding Beach Communities Requires a Balance Between Science and Policy
The Huffington Post, May 20, 2013
Sustainability decision-making requires the input of a wide variety of experts, including ecologists, environmental scientists, lawyers, health experts, economists, political scientists, engineers and a number of other disciplines.
Lee Lowenfish Discusses the Man Who Broke Baseball's Color Line
L.A. Theatre Works, May 14, 2013
Lee Lowenfish, lecturer for Columbia’s Master of Science in Sports Management program, speaks with L.A. Theatre Works about Branch Rickey, the man who signed Jackie Robinson and broke Major League Baseball’s color line.