In The Huffington Post, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Prof Questions Putin

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution professor Peter T. Coleman critiques Putin's domineering leadership style and suggests alternative approaches to conflict resolution.

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School of Continuing Education Welcomes its Largest Incoming Class

On Monday, the School of Continuing Education welcomed its largest ever incoming class of graduate students. These accomplished, motivated, and diverse students will pursue M.S. degrees in thirteen different master's programs.

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Director of Sports Management Vince Gennaro Discusses the Rise of Sabermetrics

Vince Gennaro, director of Sports Management and president of Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), highlights the growth of stats in baseball and discusses future applications for such metrics.

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Meet the Enrollment Team: Q&A With Zachary Wong

Meet Zachary Wong, Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator, whose expertise has guided thousands of prospective Columbia students to the classes and programs that best fit their needs.

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Bioethics Director Robert Klitzman on the Spiritual Needs of Cancer Patients

Where does spirituality fit into medical practice? To find out, Medscape spoke with Bioethics program director Robert Klitzman.

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How Prasad Malmandi Turned His Love of Cricket Into a Career at ESPN

Born and raised in India, Prasad Malmandi grew up "watching, playing, [and] breathing cricket." An M.S. in Sports Management helped him land the role of Director at ESPN in charge of driving the cricket business in the U.S.

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Mentorship Drew Tommy Essoka to Business Practice

The rising senior gains a competitive edge during the summer with one-on-one mentorship, an engaging internship, and a graduate-level class at Columbia.

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Bioethics Director Comments on the Ethics of Treating Ebola with Experimental Drugs

From an ethical perspective, can clinicians treat the fast-spreading Ebola virus with experimental drugs? Bioethics director Robert Klitzman weighs in.

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Andis Woodlief Adds Diversity to NYC's Landscape

True to the Columbia spirit, this construction administration alumna uses her skills and network to foster diversity in the construction industry.

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Robert Klitzman Discusses the Ethics of Deciding Who Gets New Ebola Treatment

Who gets access to an experimental, new treatment for the fast-spreading Ebola virus? Robert Klitzman weighs in.

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