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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.”
A report last year by the McKinsey Global Institute, the research arm of the consulting firm, projected that the United States needs 140,000 to 190,000 more workers with “deep analytical” expertise and 1.5 million more data-literate managers, whether retrained or hired. The impact of data abundance extends well beyond business.
School of Continuing Education student Chris Colangelo is studying construction administration while also working as a staff engineer on the Manhattanville campus expansion.
Students in the Landscape Design, Construction Administration, and Fundraising Management graduate programs are working to develop a rooftop garden at PS 84, an elementary school of the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
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?"