1. Business Edge

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    An intensive six-week summer program offered by Columbia University’s School of Continuing Education in partnership with the Columbia Business School, Business Edge provides advanced undergraduates and recent liberal arts graduates with essential skills in accounting, management, marketing, and finance.

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    • Oral History Master of Arts Program 2014

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      Oral History Master of Arts (OHMA) is an interdisciplinary Master of Arts degree program in the field of oral history, the first program of its kind. Read more about OHMA at http://www.oralhistory.columbia.edu. Video by Sophie Bearman.

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      • Strategic Communications Workshop: How to Run a Killer Meeting

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        When it comes to marketing consumer products, many people have a hand in the pie. Brand managers, advertising agencies, promotion agencies, digital agencies and more: all have a view on what should be done and who should be targeted. How do you not only get all these stakeholders on the same page, but inspire them to do groundbreaking work? Using a real world scenario from the vodka industry, this workshop will provide you with approaches and techniques for building consensus and stimulating creativity in a dynamic group environment.

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        • Catastrophic Care: How American Health Care Killed My Father—And How We Can Fix It

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          David Goldhill, former President of Universal Television Group, will discuss how he entered the healthcare policy debate with his 2009 Atlantic article and subsequent memoir, Catastrophic Care: How American Health Care Killed My Father—And How We Can Fix It (Knopf, 2013). This session is presented by Columbia University’s Bioethics M.S. and Certification programs. Refreshments will be served.

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          • Herding the Cats: Insights from a Career in Clinical Ethics

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            Kenneth A. Berkowitz, M.D., FCCP, Chief, Ethics Consultation, VA National Center for Ethics in Health Care, will reflect on his career in clinical ethics. his session is presented by Columbia University’s Bioethics M.S. and Certification programs. Refreshments will be served.

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            • push-pole (2014)

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              push-pole (2014) is a physical system that focuses on the interplay of agonistic forces involved in the transduction of energy into movement, movement into sound. This installation explores the sensory experience of momentum as a restoring force: as energy is transferred into the system, the response of the system is made visible/audible as it envelops over time and space. As each hanging magnet is coupled to the others in the same structure, their behavior is governed by the system dynamics of coupled oscillators in both material structure and sound. Oscillations are at once the most basic and critical part of our physical world. They account for both the motional behavior governing the swinging magnets (e.g. pendulum) and for the waveform that accounts for each independent oscillator (sine and triangle waves). The magnetic field of each hanging magnet is picked up by a hall effect sensor affixed to a structure on the floor. This sensor’s signal forms a voltage controlled amplifier (VCA) with a host circuit that controls the frequency of the oscillation and how it changes with respect to time. A separate timing circuit controls when the motors kick energy into the hanging structures. As such, this installation can be presented in both free-running mode (all-analog circuits, fixed frequency) and compositional mode (frequencies of the oscillations change over time (as indicated by frequency contours, see technical page for more information)). Because of the modular nature of the installation, it can be presented in a variety of orientations using different numbers of structures.

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              • Episode 1: Where The F*** Are My Flags?

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                When one CU student commits a grave crime, all hell breaks loose.

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                • Strategic Communications Workshop: 7 Steps to Grow Your Business Through Social Media for Free

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                  The right social media strategy will increase your revenue! Whether you are looking to launch your social media effort or evolve it, this session provides the essential guide to leveraging your assets and opportunities across social media platforms – for a $0 budget.

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                  • The Affordable Care Act – An Insider's View

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                    Professor Sherry Glied, Ph.D., Professor of Health Policy and Management, Columbia University, served as Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under President Barack Obama from July 2010 through August 2012. During that time she was closely involved with the development of the Affordable Care Act. Come hear her unique perspectives from “Inside the Beltway” on what Obamacare is and may mean for us all.

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                    • Professor Robert Wistrich, "Antisemitism and the Left: From Marx to the Present”

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                      Nov. 19 “Antisemitism and the Left: From Marx to the Present” Professor Robert Wistrich, Director Vidal Sasson International Center for the Study of Antisemitism Hebrew University of Jerusalem Location: Jerome Greene Hall, Lounge Time: 6:00 P.M.

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