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Steve Cohen, Executive Director of the Earth Institute and Director of the SCE Master of Science in Sustainability Management, asks, "1. How long will it take to complete the transition to a fossil fuel free economy? 2. What are the environmental impacts of the proposed pipeline route? 3. What are the costs and benefits to the American economy?"
“We tend to trust scientists,” says Robert Klitzman, M.D., a professor of clinical psychiatry who directs the master’s of bioethics program at Columbia University. “As a result, a few bad apples can be faking things. We only hope they’re caught.”
“Move away from conceptual language and into specific details,” says Jane Praeger, faculty member in the Strategic Communications and Communications Practice graduate programs.
Lee Lowenfish, professor of sports management at Columbia University, engaged local Columbia alumni in a lively conversation about his award-winning biography, "Branch Rickey: Baseball's Ferocious Gentleman."
“Marketing Strategy” class student Tre Lucas is reviving a restaurant group using skills learned in the classroom.
How can we make our necessary material consumption sustainable? Steve Cohen, Director of our Sustainability Management Program, writes about the urgent need for a massive paradigm shift regarding sustainability and consumption.
Are the latest UN resolutions working to reverse climate change enough to save the planet? Steven Cohen, Executive Director, Columbia University’s Earth Institute, writes about what’s needed to take global warming seriously.
Robert Klitzman, director of the Bioethics Program, writes about the promises of new HIV drugs, and economic problems of drug access, in his article World AIDS Day 2011: Entering The Fourth Decade Of HIV. He says, "Currently, both in the US and abroad, disparities are widening. Both within and between countries, the gap separating the haves from the have-nots is growing. In many countries, wealthy uninfected individuals can now afford PreP, while poorer people cannot, making AIDS more of a "poor person's" disease, widening gaps in health. Once again, HIV highlights global disparities that require attention."
Developing knowledge strategy can be a steep learning curve for enterprise managers but a new university programme is on hand to train the experts of the future.
David Grad, a Senior Producer of On Air Promotion at MTV, won 3 Beacon Awards, including the Association of Cable Communicators' highest honor, the 2011 Golden Beacon Award for his campaign, A Thin Line. http://www.athinline.org/videos. Leah Gutstadt, another Strategic Communications student, was also nominated for the campaign Connect A Million Minds.