How Landscape Architect Jan Johnsen Transformed One Chappaqua Property's Steep Hill

Read about Landscape Design faculty member Jan Johnsen's "savvy" transformation of a property in Chappaqua, Westchester County.

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The Tools of Tree-Ring Research

Kevin Anchukaitis, an assistant research professor at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, is conducting a tree-ring study to analyze drought patterns in Guatemala.

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100 Years of Excellence: Columbia University American Language Program Marks an Anniversary in 2012

“Challenging yet nurturing” are some of the descriptive words used by past participants in the American Language Program (ALP) at the Columbia University School of Continuing Education. Since 1912 students from more than 100 countries around the world have come to Columbia eager to learn English.

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IKNS Advisor Guy Scalzi Co-Authors Book on IT Governance

Guy Scalzi is the coauthor of a new book, "Making Information Technology Work: Maximizing the Benefits for Health Care Organizations" (Health Forum, AHA Press, 2007).

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Bioethics Program Director Robert Klitzman on the NPR program Talk of the Nation

Advances in genetic testing have greatly improved the chances for diagnosis and treatment of disease. In Am I My Genes?, Dr. Robert Klitzman explores the challenges individuals face when they gain more knowledge about the implications of their genetic makeup.

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Joe Favorito comments on the Jeremy Lin Buzz

The Sports Marketing Program's Director, Joe Favorito, is quoted in Mad Ave Lines up to Court NBA's Lin. The article discusses how many brands are courting the newly minted basketball star.

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How and Why We Share: 7 Deadly Sins of Social Media

Mark Truss, Strategic Communications faculty and director of brand intelligence at the advertising agency JWT, chairs a panel exploring the dark and seamy aspects of social media.

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New Electives in M.S. in Actuarial Science Reflect Industry Needs

The Actuarial Science graduate program continually strives to stay ahead of the curve in determining what courses would best serve their students and industry. Read about new industry-specific electives in this article.

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The Growing Field of Sustainability Studies

Sustainability students are looking for new approaches to economic life that will permit the material comfort they have grown up with, while keeping the planet intact.

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Sports Management professor Joe Favorito explains new uses of technology in sports.

Discussing mobile apps used in tandem with actual sports games, Favorito says, "It's all about making sure a fan has an enjoyable experience, regardless of what happens in the game.”

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