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Author D. T. Max discusses a family plagued by a mysterious, fatal insomnia, their hesitation to learn more about its cause, and his responsibility in chronicling their journey.
A faculty member of the M.S. program in Sustainability Management suggests that meaningful climate policy should focus on researching, developing, and incentivizing renewable energy – not pricing carbon.
Sports Management director Vince Gennaro reflects on Derek Jeter's departure and what this means for the historically star-powered Yankees brand.
Previously concerned only with the number of wins and losses, baseball players are beginning to engage further with the statistics of the sport, says Gennaro.
Barry Neuberger will teach a seminar in Sports Marketing. His previous experience includes working as Columbia's first Associate Athletics Director for Sports Marketing.
Tanner Simkins explores the growth in the fan base, sponsorship, and TV broadcast of rugby in the lead-up to the sport's inclusion in the 2016 Olympics.
In the wake of violent conflicts abroad, climate change concerns, and more, Coleman suggests that we resist simplifications, embrace complexity, and engage our moral faculties.
While Radisson has pulled its sponsorship due to recent abuse scandals, other major brands remain tethered to the NFL. Favorito explains why.
Gennaro weighs in on the Ray Rice case and how the NFL and its sponsors can and should address domestic violence issues.
If the Yankees miss the postseason, it could spell trouble for their brand and their bottom line, says Vince Gennaro, director of Columbia University's Sports Management program.