Psychology Today: Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida On a Unique Approach to Difficult Conversations

The director of Columbia's negotiation and conflict resolution program reveals how using a communications technique called the triplet can ease a difficult conversation.

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Inside Higher Ed: With Narrative Medicine, Humanities Scholars Can Support Health Educators

With the so-called crisis in the humanities, liberal arts students should consider programs in narrative medicine.

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David Carrey Makes an Impact at UNICEF Through Information Management

In a world of heightened conflict, IKNS alum David Carrey creates the information products that power decisions at UNICEF.

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Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Professors Discuss Conflict Dynamics in Israel, Palestine

Dr. Peter T. Coleman and Naira Musallam discusses conflict dynamics in the Middle East and explain how chaos theory can help mediators better understand conflict zones.

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Lecturer Carla Varriale on Sports Management, Sports Law, and MMA

The sports management lecturer and attorney explores the intersection of sports, law, and ethics in this Q&A.

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Dr. Robert Klitzman Named 2014 Hastings Center Fellow

The Hastings Center honors Dr. Robert Klitzman for his outstanding contributions in the field of bioethics.

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In The New York Times, Sports Management's Joe Favorito Discusses New Ad Campaign

Sports management lecturer Joe Favorito weighs in on USA Swimming's new youth-targeted ad campaign.

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Raquel Rodriguez Shifts From Social Science to Business With Summer Business Edge Program

Fascinated by consumer psychology, Raquel Rodriguez switched from anthropology to business with Business Edge.

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How A Chair That Reclined Backward Drove Jennifer Leemann's Career Forward

Jennifer Leemann applied what she learned in the strategic communications program to an innovative project at Starwood – and propelled her public relations career.

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Brazilian Visiting Student Henrique Silveira Makes His Way in the Capital of the World

Thanks to the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program, Henrique Silveira is studying at Columbia, working at his first internship, and discovering the cultural amenities of New York City.

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