Dr. Craig Blinderman Discusses the Ethics of Palliative Care

Dr. Craig Blinderman of the M.S. in Bioethics program talks about palliative care, ethics, and how pain management can sometimes save a patient's life.

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Moving Closer to Genetically Engineered 'Designer Babies'

Dr. Robert Klitzman of the Bioethics program weighs in on the designer baby debate in Healthline.

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Genetics In Court Is a Very Messy Business

Bioethics professor Dr. Paul Applebaum debunks the "my genes made me do it" argument.

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Columbia's Business Certification Program Propels Financial Analyst Jonathan Gray

Former Certification of Professional Achievement in Business student Jonathan Gray says that the program was a catalyst for his career in finance.

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5 Questions With Vince Gennaro, New Director of Columbia’s Sports Management Program

Prof. Gennaro discusses his business experience, his passion for sports, and mastering sabermetrics.

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Bioethics Graduate Obiora Anekwe Gives Voice to Tuskegee Survivors

Born in Tuskegee University's hospital, Bioethics grad Obiora Anekwe uses his talents to help vulnerable communities.

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With Graduate Foundations, Benjamin Mickey Pivots From Business to Tech

Benjamin Mickey discusses his experience in the Graduate Foundations program and why he’s not interested in becoming a “rogue pioneer.”

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Prof. Doug White Discusses the Top 3 Ethical Issues in the Nonprofit World

Prof. Doug White, who teaches ethics and fundraising, highlights three of the top ethical issues that impact charities – and why they matter.

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Alumnus Nikolas Katsimpras Talks About Harnessing the Power of Conflict

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution alumnus Nikolas Katsimpras took the stage at the University of Pittsburgh to deliver his talk, "Harnessing the Power of Conflict."

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The Top 10 US Schools for Foreign Students

While international students comprise 4 percent of the total student population across all U.S. colleges and universities, at Columbia they make up 33.2 percent.

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