Len Elmore: Inside Basketball

The sports industry veteran and M.S. in Sports Management instructor has mastered the basketball court, the courtroom, the classroom, and the boardroom.

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With Sports Management, Jackson Chow Thinks Globally

Originally from Canada, this international student plans to apply his knowledge of the sports industry to China’s evolving athletic sector.

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Steve Dalton Teaches School of Continuing Education Students How to Game Their Job Searches

The author of The 2-Hour Job Search shared his strategies for organizing and prioritizing one’s list of prospective employers.

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School of Continuing Education Hosts Its Largest Open House Ever

The School of Continuing Education welcomed about 200 students to Low Library Rotunda to learn more about master's programs and non-degree offerings.

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Jacob Chang: From Business Certification to Columbia Business School

This veteran credits Columbia for its training, resources, and professional network – all of which helped him gain entry to business school.

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Columbia University Kicks Off its First Annual Actuarial Science Career Fair

Over a dozen employers seeking interns and full-time associates met with Actuarial Science students at Columbia University.

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On Anti-Vaxxers: Robert Klitzman Explores the Legacy of Public Health Backlashes

What spurs our fear of vaccines, and what happens when we reject them? Dr. Klitzman explains.

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Robert Klitzman: Three Parents, One Baby? Not at All

Amidst the panic over so-called three-parent babies, Dr. Klitzman clarifies what mitochondrial replacement therapy (MRT) is – and how it can save children’s lives.

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Narrative Medicine Rounds: Nellie Hermann on Creativity and Crafting van Gogh

Nellie Hermann, creative director of the M.S. in Narrative Medicine program, discussed her new novel, the process of writing, and blurring the lines between fiction and nonfiction narratives.

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Robert Klitzman: How Fraud Underlies Anti-Vaccine Claims

Though a fraudulent study about the link between vaccinations and autism was discredited, the myth about inoculations persists.

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