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Columbia’s Business Edge program is an intensive six-week program offered by the Columbia University School of Continuing Education in partnership with the Columbia Business School. This program gives undergraduates or recent graduates with a non-business background the opportunity to acquire essential skills in finance, accounting, marketing, and management through an integrated curriculum taught by Columbia Business School faculty.
Val Ackerman, faculty member of Columbia University’s M.S. in Sports Management program and founding president of the WNBA, joins Rob Simmelkjaer of NBC Sports Radio’s “Speaking of Sports” to discuss the strides women have made in securing executive leadership roles in the sports industry, the correlation between playing high school or collegiate sports and corporate success, and establishing stronger footing for women’s professional sports leagues beyond basketball.
On March 29, Dr. Robert Klitzman, Director of Columbia University’s M.S. in Bioethics program, took part in a HuffPost Live panel on “Designer Babies” to discuss the alarming yet exciting idea of giving prospective parents the option to create smarter, healthier babies.
During the April 1 edition of the WMNF radio program “Life Elsewhere,” Dr. Robert Klitzman, Director of Columbia University’s M.S. in Bioethics program, joined crossword puzzle developer Merl Reagle, crossword champion Michael Sharp, and Scrabble master John Chew to discuss the brain and how we use it. (Dr. Klitzman’s segment begins at the 29:35 mark in the audio.)
Earth Institute Executive Director Steven Cohen argues that we must discard dated concepts of environmental and energy debate and turn instead to frank, fact-based discussion of risks, costs, and benefits.
Columbia University’s graduate program in Sports Management is hosting its first Business of Sports Day for New York City high school students interested in engaging with sports executives and learning more about the variety of careers within the sports industry.
Apple has grasped that public concern for environmental sustainability is now hard-wired and has mustered serious effort to bring sustainability management into its corporate culture, writes Earth Institute Executive Director Steven Cohen.
Earth Institute Executive Director Steven Cohen critiques President Obama’s recent proposal to fund research into alternative methods of powering cars, trucks and buses with $2 billion in gas and oil royalties.
New officials have been nominated to take over the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. Earth Institute Executive Director Steven Cohen analyzes whether either of these leaders or agencies is capable of leading the transition to a sustainable, low polluting, and fossil-fuel free economy, and argues that pushing for the maximum extraction of domestic sources of fossil fuels while attempting to develop alternate forms of energy “is the absence of an energy strategy and the opposite of what we need.”
Val Ackerman, faculty of the Master of Science in Sports Management Program, discusses the evolution of women's collegiate sports with Jim Delany, who has been the Big Ten commissioner since 1989. During his tenure, he has overseen the effort to make women’s sports 40 percent, up from 29 percent, of total collegiate sports. Delaney explains that sports enriches the educational experience, “It's something that's tied to being in communities, being constructive members. These competitions and opportunities are really more than just games and teams; they're part of a fabric of higher education. If we're going to sponsor them, they ought to be widely available.” Delany was recently a guest of Ackerman and Neal Pislon’s Leadership and Personnel Management class.