Brian Friedman on His Job, Its Challenges, and the Changing Sports Landscape

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.

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P&G and JPMorgan CIOs Join Technology Management Program as Lecturers

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.

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What Problem Will You Own?

Owning a problem requires that you identify it, prioritize it, and then work to solve it with the resources you have, writes Lara Galinsky, a graduate of Columbia’s M.S. in Strategic Communications program, for the Harvard Business Review blog network.

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Bioethics Alumnus Starts E-Commerce Site for Ethical Fashion

Live Happy magazine profiles Columbia Bioethics program alumnus Jason Keehn, who has started Accompany, an online store that will offer ethical fashion brands from around the world.

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A Message from the Dean on Giving Day

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.

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How Much Say Should Donors Have on How Charities Use Their Funds?

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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IKNS Facilitator Gail Gottehrer on Litigation, Discovery, and Technology

Law Technology News profiles Gail Gottehrer, who assisted her friend and colleague, Anne Kershaw, in teaching a course for Columbia’s Information and Knowledge Strategy M.S. program, Information Policy and Regulatory Issues: Knowledge, Ethics and the Law.

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Alumnae Launch Landscape Design Firm

Katherine L. Aul and Hannah Warren, both 2012 graduates of Columbia University’s Landscape Design master’s program, with their partner Leone Kraus, have launched their own landscape design firm, Staghorn Design Studio.

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U.S. Water Systems Crumbling Despite Higher Debt

The average debt of municipal water systems in the United States increased by 33 percent from 2000 through 2010, and consumers paid 23 percent more in rates on average over the same period, according to researchers at Columbia University’s Water Center.

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We Need to Accelerate the Development of Sustainability Metrics

If we are to make the transition to a renewable resource based economy, we need to do a better job of measuring the sustainability of our organizations, cities and nations, argues Steven Cohen, Director of the M.S. in Sustainability Management program.

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