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What’s next for the Toronto- and D.C.-based baseball teams? Our Sports Management director offers his insights.
Through a daylong storytelling lab for medical professionals and creative professionals, participants uncovered what ails health care in America.
Upon A-Rod’s return to the Yankees after an extended hiatus, other sports experts doubt his abilities and his value.
The Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program director discusses why we crave affirmation, how to reflect upon the kind of acceptance we want, and why we must acknowledge value in others.
Columbia’s Bwog recaps faculty member Arabella Pollack’s Strategic Communications presentation, How to Run a Killer Meeting.
Thanks to the generosity of faculty member Jaime Daniels, two students in the M.S. in Construction Administration program will receive awards of $5,000 each to be applied to their fall tuition.
Robin Beck puts her communications skills to work with two contributions to The New York Times’s series of reader tales from the city, Metropolitan Diary.
From internships to recommendation letters to supplemental essays, admissions professionals shared the do’s and don’ts of applying to graduate school.
What does it take to build a career in Sports Management? Talent and hard work, yes, but also loyalty and insight, said sports industry leaders.