Hearing Patients, Healing Pain: Leslie Jamison and Will Boast on Narrative Medicine

The authors of the books The Empathy Exams and Epilogue explored how cultural expectations surround suffering with silence and how clinicians can respond to these symptoms more empathetically.

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Generation Text: Strategic Communications Students Propose How to Reach Millennials

For their 2014 Capstone projects, students crafted speculative strategies to bring their clients’ brands to a younger, tech savvy audience.

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Plugged In: Vince Gennaro, Columbia University

The head of Columbia’s M.S. in Sports Management program explains why grads need analytics skills now more than ever.

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What Can America Learn From Germany’s Energy Transition?

M.S. in Sustainability Management alum Katrina Prutzman details what she learned about implementing green energy from the Transatlantic Program for Young Technology Leaders in Germany in September.

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Alumna Kat Read Facilitates Positive Change at Doctors Without Borders

The recent Fundraising Management grad talks about her mission-driven work at the international medical humanitarian organization.

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Sustainability Management Students Release Report on Corporate Social Responsibility Data Management

This handful of Columbia students past and present researched and published findings on how Improved CSR data tracking can allow for a deeper understanding of CSR performance, unlocking new business opportunities.

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Vince Gennaro Sizes Up Blue Jays and Nationals on MLB Now

What’s next for the Toronto- and D.C.-based baseball teams? Our Sports Management director offers his insights.

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Narrative Medicine Workshop Explores Stories of Patients and Medical Practitioners

Through a daylong storytelling lab for medical professionals and creative professionals, participants uncovered what ails health care in America.

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Don’t Write Off Alex Rodriguez, Says Vince Gennaro

Upon A-Rod’s return to the Yankees after an extended hiatus, other sports experts doubt his abilities and his value.

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Danielle Spencer on Storytelling, Critical Theory, and Illness Narratives

Once an associate of Nan Goldin and David Byrne, this Narrative Medicine alumna and now faculty member discusses the importance of the close read in health narratives.

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