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Dr. Robert Klitzman is quoted in a Time Magazine article about new questions concerning organ donation after a U.S. Court of Appeals decision that makes it legal to pay donors for their bone marrow. The ruling raises concerns about how we will look at organ donation in the future.
Dr. Rita Charon, director of the Narrative Medicine program, was profiled in Oprah Magazine. The article not only focused on her career, but on the program itself and how it is transforming the practice of medicine.
Lauri Harrison, an instructor in the Business Certificate Program, was recently added to a list of the Top 100 Marketing Professors on Twitter that is compiled by Social Media Marketing Magazine. Marketing professors with a social media presence are added to the list based on their ability to provide useful content, consistently engage with their followers, and understand the best ways to use Twitter and other forms of social media in marketing.
Richard Alomar's Landscape Design class was featured by the Urban Sketching Symposium website. The blog showcased sketches by the students and described how the art of observation is required to design a landscape that is pleasing both to people and the environment.
Dr. Robert Klitzman was a featured expert on CNN and NBC Nightly News as both news networks reported on a new prenatal genetic test that brings up questions on medical ethics.
Technology Management student Hani Elbeyali has written an article on the financial investments of a successful IT division and how to move beyond the mentality of "keeping the lights on" in data center knowledge.
U.S. News Health interviewed professor Rita Charon about how narrative medicine helps today's doctors better understand and connect with their patients, and ultimately improves care.
If anyone could be described as a “heavy hitter,” Tony Ponturo would surely qualify. He has been a leader in sports and entertainment for more than 30 years. At Anheuser-Busch he controlled the multi-million dollar sports marketing budget, and pioneered the company’s efforts at the Academy Awards, the Grammy's, and the Tony Awards, revolutionizing the way companies partner with leagues and teams.
Dr. Robert Klitzman discusses the mental and physical effects of the time we spend waiting for doctors, treatments and test results in his latest column for Psychology Today.
Trudi Baldwin was profiled by the New York Women in Communications for her innovative leadership of the Strategic Communications and Communications Practice programs.