Dr. Klitzman: Why I Wanted to Investigate IRBs

Having witnessed the negative effects of human subject research, Dr. Robert Klitzman wanted to take a peek behind the closed doors of institutional review boards.

Read More

 

Columbia’s Sports Management Program Named Top Five in the World

SportBusiness International lauds Columbia’s program, which teaches leadership and critical thinking in an increasingly global, digital, and data-driven sports industry.

Read More

 

With Modern Families, New Ethical Questions Arise

In the wake of a celebrity’s battle to exercise her rights over her embryos, Bioethics director Dr. Robert Klitzman explores the ethical dilemmas regarding embryo ownership.

Read More

 

Former President of the Met Emily Rafferty Shares Lessons Learned in Philanthropy

The newly retired president of one of the world’s most iconic art institutions reflects on her career, and how women can aspire to leadership.

Read More

 

Narrative Medicine Highlighted in Pacific Standard Magazine

What does it mean to receive stories of illness and trauma?

Read More

 

Sports Management Panel Explores the Growing and Global Phenomenon of Soccer

Insiders from Bayern Munich, MLS Digital, New York City FC, and more discuss the shifts and trends that are driving the appetite for soccer in the U.S.

Read More

 

Dr. Klitzman Debuts His New Book “The Ethics Police?”

The prolific M.S. in Bioethics program director launched his new book at the Columbia University Club of New York on Tuesday.

Read More

 

AC4 and NECR Presented the Third Annual Sustaining Peace Conference

Columbia University convened scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines to discuss conflict resolution and the promise of peace.

Read More

 

Communications Practice Internships Connect Students With Real-World Experience

Barbara McGloin, Academic and Industry Advisor, discusses how internships and other industry opportunities better prepare communications students for their future careers.

Read More

 

Literary Journal The Intima Offers a Fresh Look at Narrative Medicine

The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine recently underwent a redesign and launched its Spring 2015 issue.

Read More