World-Class Professors Drew International Visiting Student Nicklas Snekloth Kongsgaard to Columbia

Why spend a semester or two abroad at Columbia? According to this former student: the professors and the Columbia experience.

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Dr. Rita Charon Will Receive 2014 Gene D. Cohen Award

The annual award honors a professional whose research in the field of creativity and aging celebrates longevity.

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Sharing Real-Time Data to Transform Decision-Making

Procter & Gamble gets a handle on its data with an in-house visualization tool, Business Sphere.

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Strategic Communications Alum Discusses the Power of Clear Business Objectives

When creating business objectives, David Grad says that organizations must aim higher than merely "raising awareness."

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Sports Management Student Karess Taylor-Hughes On Sports and Social Justice

Student Karess Taylor-Hughes, featured in the documentary The New Black, discusses how she's studying sports managment to help the community.

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Creative Director Nellie Hermann Discusses the Intersection of Literature and Medicine

How can storytelling expand our understanding of illness, grief, and care? Nellie Hermann, creative director of Columbia's narrative medicine master's program, explains.

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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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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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