Communications Practice Alumna Robin Beck Publishes Two Pieces on The New York Times’s Blog

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.

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Getting Into Graduate School: What Do Admissions Directors Seek in an Application?

From internships to recommendation letters to supplemental essays, admissions professionals shared the do’s and don’ts of applying to graduate school.

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Sports Management Pros from ESPN, Big East, and More Talk Big Breaks and Career Management

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.

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ALP Winter Writing Conference Call for Proposals

The American Language Program, Columbia University, is calling for proposals for a one-day Conference on Teaching Academic Writing at the university level to be held on Saturday, February 28, 2015.

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On HuffPost Live, Robert Klitzman Addresses the Ethical Issues That Surround Discussions of Ebola

The director of the M.S. program in Bioethics questions the ethics and efficacy of travel bans, an Ebola czar, and the stigmatization of a continent.

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Sports Management Career Counselor Bess Brodsky Talks Job Trends and the New Skills That Employers Seek

With over 30 years of experience in the sports industry, this lecturer and career counselor's insight and opportunities take students' careers to the next level.

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Sustainability Management Students Visit Hunts Point Produce Market in the South Bronx

Students confronted the transportation and energy challenges that face Hunts Point Produce Market, the largest produce market in the world.

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Careers in Bioethics: Jonathan Haidt Discusses Sanctity Versus Care

The M.S. in Bioethics program welcomed psychologist and author Jonathan Haidt whose TED Talks on politics, religion, and morality have been viewed widely.

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Rita Charon Enhances Care By Exploring the Narratives of Clinicians and Patients

The faculty member of the M.S. in Narrative Medicine program speaks about what inspired her to use the tools of literature to enhance medical practice.

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Over 30 Organizations, More Than 200 Students Attended Conflict Resolution Career Fair

Hosted by the Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict & Complexity (AC4), the career fair welcomed students from all of Columbia’s schools to connect with potential employers.

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