1. Careers in Bioethics: Sanctity vs. Care – The Moral Foundations Of Bioethical Controversies

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    Jonathan Haidt, Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership at NYU Stern School of Business and author of The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion and The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom, is one of the world’s leading researchers and writers on the psychology of morality. Refreshments will be served. This session is presented by Columbia University’s Master’s of Science and Certification programs in Bioethics.

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    • dice roll (short)

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      Dice Roll (2014) reveals a kinetic network of rolling dice that explores the acoustic topographies of both sound and space through the interplay of order and chaos, pattern and noise, equilibrium and entropy. As such, each die in the system is both a sonic and motile interactant, housed in a machine that sustains them in perpetual motion as they strike pieces of wood strewn across the floor. Their motion is controlled by a circuit that can modulate the speed at which they are struck. The dice, as a multiplicitous sound object, incite the resonance inherent to the wood’s material and topological orientation. Their disturbations on the wood surfaces demarcate the acoustic topography of the room: different areas of the room amplify and mask various sets of rolling dice. With a range of timbral densities on audio-visual display, the perceptual threshold between discrete and continuous texture forms a survey of different sonic patterns as they emerge from the boundaries of order and noise. The dice themselves are at once fixed and random. Indicative of their cultural signification as symbols of gambling, the sound of rolling dice is an embodied distillation of chance and probability. The emergence of the dice’s sonic presence—in sheer volume and continuity--- pervades the space to suggest the political economy of sound as visceral, oppressive and invasive.

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      • Tom's Restaurant - a documentary about n̶o̶t̶h̶i̶n̶g̶ everything VOD

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        Tom's Restaurant: Seinfeld, Suzanne Vega, NASA, Columbia University and much more... www.tomsrestaurantdocumentary.com Documentary about Tom's Restaurant, in Morningside Heights - Manhattan, New York City. Owners, clientele & pop culture references. Created by @GFMorini @4REALJESSE Tom's Restaurant - a documentary about n̶o̶t̶h̶i̶n̶g̶ everything [2014] Directed, Shot and Edited by Gian Franco Morini Produced by Gian Franco Morini & Jesse McDowell Assistant Director: Gregorio Sassoli Written by Gian Franco Morini & Jesse McDowell Assistant Camera: Rex Kandhai, Federico Possati Location Sound Mixer: Max Martinez Sound Editor: Elliot Thompson Color Grading & Color Correction: Gian Franco Morini Music by: Bob Rose, Shon, RKS, Burton Crane ©2014 Primadonna Pictures See more at: www.tomsrestaurantdocumentary.com www.twitter.com/TomsRestDoc www.facebook.com/pages/Toms-Restaurant-a-documentary-about-everything/130915753755186

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        • Strategic Communications Workshop: Why Brands Are Only As Strong As Their Culture Muscle

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          Brand strategists have long known that when brands leverage happenings in culture, good things happen for the brand. For the first time, researchers from ad agency J Walter Thompson have developed a method to quantify a brand’s cultural strength, and more importantly, quantify the relationship between a brand’s cultural strength and its financial success. Participants will take part in a workshop exercise to connect a brand to real-world cultural shifts.

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          • Patrice Aphrodite Helmar Studio Visit - Teaser

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            Patrice Aphrodite Helmar is a photographer born and raised in Alaska. Patrice moved to New York a few years ago to pursue her MFA at Columbia University and her career as a photographer. We met her at her open studio and were able to briefly interview her. She's going to be our new featured artist, and here you can get a taste of what's about to happen! www.patricehelmar.com Soundtrack : Vernon Lenoir - Melonade

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            • SCE Media Reel - Feb 2015

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              2015 Reel of the Online Media Team Erik T. Nelson, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Online Learning Michael Eder, Director of Media Production Melanie Hibbert, Senior Media Producer Glen Steinmacher, Animation Producer Jon Demiglio, Media Specialist Columbia University's School of Continuing Education offers online masters degree programs in emerging and cross-disciplinary fields, courses and certifications, Columbia Summer, programs for visiting domestic and international students, and more. http://www.ce.columbia.edu

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              • Hiroshima Girl

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                K1 Criticality Project (k1project.org) - Student films on nuclear issues. Utcha, a man stealing uranium for an unknown client, is haunted by a victim of the bombing at Hiroshima.

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                • Patching Urban Ecosystems

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                  Patching Urban Ecosystems- Connecting municipalities through water [pach] To patch means ‘to mend or strengthen a weak area’ Reorienting development based on watersheds by limiting development around Lake Washington’s drinking water supply while promoting development to activate Newburgh’s forgotten Quassaick creek watershed. A Regional Need With NYC’s temporary aqueduct shutdowns scheduled from 2016 - 2018, municipalities in the region are faced with an urgent need to find an alternative drinking water supply. Newburgh, NY currently has excess supplies of drinking water; however its sources lie in neighboring municipalities that are facing tremendous development pressures. Leveraging water’s value in the region as critical commodity as well as an ecological and recreational asset, this project envisions a new place for water in urban development in the region. Through a strategy of ‘re-patching’ urban and ecological fabrics we propose to: Minimize new development footprints around critical drink ing water resources. Mitigate the most threatening impacts on water quality through new green infrastructure that reduce run off while enhancing quality of life. Refocuses development in already urban areas to reinvigorate urban space and connect fragmented neighborhood and resources Locally this project repatches the shared fabric of Newburgh, New Windsor and Newburgh town by proposing to Preserve undeveloped pervious land around city’s key drinking water resource – while refocusing development in relation to water within the urban fabric of Newburgh and New Windsor to catalyze regional economies. Through a series of patched corridors between the two towns with the creek at their center, the watershed becomes the organizing feature to Activate a recreational hub, to connect to new livable development opportunities, and Innovate new green industry opportunities while reactivating the forgotten Quassaick creek waterfront. Abdul Al-Ishaq|Bina Bhatia | Long Xu| Manuela Souza GSAPP | MSAUD Fall 2014 | Urban Design Studio II

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                  • Patching Urbanecosystems Digital Projection

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                    Patching1 Urban Ecosystems- Connecting municipalities through water [pach] To patch means ‘to mend or strengthen a weak area’ Reorienting development based on watersheds by limiting development around Lake Washington’s drinking water supply while promoting development to activate Newburgh’s forgotten Quassaick creek watershed. A Regional Need With NYC’s temporary aqueduct shutdowns scheduled from 2016 - 2018, municipalities in the region are faced with an urgent need to find an alternative drinking water supply. Newburgh, NY currently has excess supplies of drinking water; however its sources lie in neighboring municipalities that are facing tremendous development pressures. Leveraging water’s value in the region as critical commodity as well as an ecological and recreational asset, this project envisions a new place for water in urban development in the region. Through a strategy of ‘re-patching’ urban and ecological fabrics we propose to: Minimize new development footprints around critical drinking water resources. Mitigate the most threatening impacts on water quality through new green infrastructure that reduce run off while enhancing quality of life. Refocuses development in already urban areas to reinvigorate urban space and connect fragmented neighborhood and resources. Locally this project repatches the shared fabric of Newburgh, New Windsor and Newburgh town by proposing to Preserve undeveloped pervious land around city’s key drinking water resource – while refocusing development in relation to water within the urban fabric of Newburgh and New Windsor to catalyze regional economies. Through a series of patched corridors between the two towns with the creek at their center, the watershed becomes the organizing feature to Activate a recreational hub, to connect to new livable development opportunities, and Innovate new green industry opportunities while reactivating the forgotten Quassaick creek waterfront. GSAPP | MSAUD Fall 2014 | Urban Design Studio II Abdul Al-Ishaq|Bina Bhatia | Long Xu| Manuela Souza

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                    • Columbia Admissions Mails 2019 ED Letters

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