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Listening to Dana Deasy, JP Morgan Chase & Co.’s new CIO, Arthur Langer, Academic Director of the Executive Master of Science in Technology Management program, is reminded that an IT leader’s real value is measured by how one handles crisis in “real-time.”
Direct-to-consumer genetic tests can provide incomplete or inaccurate information, or miss many genes that may be involved in a disease, argues Robert Klitzman, Director of the M.S. in Bioethics program.
Robert Klitzman, Director of the M.S. in Bioethics program, appears on Today to comment on a California clinic that offers in vitro fertilization (IVF) using embryos developed from donated sperm and eggs.
Executive M.S. in Technology Management student Ashwin Pulimamidi credits the program for giving him “the tools, confidence, and exposure” to apply for and receive a promotion at Pfizer earlier this year.
Brian Friedman, CFO of the New York Jets and faculty for Columbia’s Sports Management program, joins Adam Raiken, Vice President of Finance of MetLife Stadium, for a Q&A on their careers, challenges, and the changing sports landscape.
Filippo Passerini, Group President, Global Business Services and Chief Information Officer for Procter & Gamble, and Dana Deasy, the Chief Information Officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co. effective this December, have joined Columbia’s Executive Master of Science in Technology Management program as adjunct lecturers.
With the knowledge she gained from Columbia’s Business Certificate and Fundraising Management programs, and the network she built among the University’s veterans’ community, Navy veteran Won Palisoul founded a nonprofit organization to assist military families.
Columbia Giving Day, the one-day online fundraising event that encourages friends and alumni to unite and help their favorite schools win prizes in matching funds, was another huge success for the School of Continuing Education.
Doug White, Faculty with the M.S. in Fundraising Management program, comments on donors who wish to retain control over how charities use their donations, and the ethics of a complicated case in Michigan involving a cancer researcher who relocated but whose donated funds and equipment didn’t follow.
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