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Dr. Robert Klitzman, Director of the Master of Science in Bioethics program at the School of Continuing Education at Columbia University will be blogging for Psychology Today on the subject of his recently released book, "Am I My Genes?"
The well-reviewed book discusses his work in the field genetic testing and the implications it holds for mankind personally and as a society. In this post, Dr. Klitzman shares thoughts on the grey area where genetics, science and questions of fate and belief intersect. With your genetic code unlocked and a potential future laid out as a result, can you stop yourself from asking the question, "Why me?"
In his new book, "Am I My Genes," Dr. Robert Klitzman, director of the Columbia University Master of Science in Bioethics program, addresses the timely issues surrounding genetic testing, which has greatly improved the rapidity of the diagnosis and treatments of diseases such as breast cancer, Alzheimer's, cystic fibrosis, Huntington's, and many other ailments.
This morning, both The New York Times and the BBC reported on "natural deficit disorder," the term coined by author Richard Louv in 2005. Louv will speak at Columbia University on April 11, 2012.
This morning, both The New York Times and the BBC reported on "nature deficit disorder," the term coined by author Richard Louv in 2005. Louv will speak at Columbia University on April 11, 2012.
In collaboration with Brooklyn's Little Flower School cofounder, Nicolette Owen, Columbia M.S. in Landscape Design graduate Ms. Ngo puts forth a stunning collection of photography that will help you create beautiful arrangements that are both seasonal and local. Included is a how-to section to advise your decisions.
In conjunction with the book's release, Ms. Ngo will be hosting a pop-up flower shop and a flower arranging workshop with her collaborators.
Columbia M.S. in Landscape Design graduate Ngoc Minh Ngo published her new book, Bringing Nature Home.
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Now that Tim Tebow will be playing for the New York Jets, what will happen to the brand of the wildly popular but still controversial quarterback? Rebecca Jarvis and Ben Tracy speak with New York magazine's Will Leitch and Columbia University's Joe Favorito about Tim Tebow's salability.
Sports Management professor Joe Favorito is quoted in this story about Tim Tebow being traded to the New York Jets.
Read about Landscape Design faculty member Jan Johnsen's "savvy" transformation of a property in Chappaqua, Westchester County.