1. Coming to Gotham - Columbia Football

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    • Strategic Communications Workshop: Engage and persuade – A strategic approach to powerful presentations

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      In most presentations today, audiences typically see slide after slide of lengthy bullet points, complicated charts and trite clip art. Often times the presenter simply reads what is already on the screen, which tend to be granular messages, rather than a resonant storyline that takes audiences on a journey that also reinforces the brand strategy. In this seminar we will present a strategic and practical framework for developing and designing an engaging and powerful presentation. We will focus on developing a sound narrative, delivering key points, building on brand voice, using visuals for clarity and impact, and driving audience understanding and action.

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      • Careers in Bioethics: How to Teach Ethics – Views From Across Columbia

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        A panel of faculty members who teach ethics in Columbia's schools of Medicine, Law, Business, Journalism, Arts and Sciences, and Jewish and Union Theological Seminaries will discuss what they each do when they are teaching ethics – exactly what and how they teach – to explore common and divergent strategies, challenges and solutions. Refreshments will be served. This session is presented by Columbia University’s master of science and certification programs in Bioethics.

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        • The Politics of Memory in East Asia and Eastern Europe Today

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          The Politics of Memory in Global Context The Politics of Memory in East Asia and Eastern Africa Today 918 International Affairs Building, Columbia University February 27, 2015 Panel discussion as part of The Politics of Memory in Global Context series which brings together scholars in the social sciences and humanities, neuroscientists and psychologists, and curators of historical and memorial museums to explore the relation between individual and collective remembering and the politics of national and transnational memory in the world today. Panelists: Yoshiaki Yoshimi, historian, Chūō University, on the “comfort women” Daqing Yang, historian, George Washington University, on “war memory in East Asia” Jan Kubik, political scientist, University College London, on the “politics of memory in Eastern Europe” Discussants: Manan Ahmed, historian, Columbia University Yael Danieli, trauma psychologist Moderator: Carol Gluck, historian, CGT member, Columbia University.

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          • Basic Action Movie - Trailer (2015)

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            This Summer, grab your pumpkin spice lattes.... https://www.facebook.com/cusketchshow

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            • Episode 2: The Party

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              When six Columbia students start thinking with their hearts instead of their heads, things go horribly wrong.

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              • Directing II Exercise I

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                Directing II Exercise I With Mengwei Ma, Grigore Bechett Director of Photography: Paul Carpenter Gaffer: Amelia Hassard Sound: Noah Dodson

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                • Hands-on Green Energy Engineering Class for Teens

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                  This video describes the free hands-on engineering classes being offered free to teenagers in West Harlem's Community District 9 by the Digital Media Training Program in Harlem. The classes are held at Columbia University on Fridays from 6 to 8 PM now through May 8th. The instructor is Professor Brett Sims Munajj, a researcher and educator who holds a PhD. in applied mathematics. For more information contact Melvin McCray, director of the Digital Media Training Program in Harlem (917-748-4122 melvinmccray@gmail.com) or Rev. James Singletary, director of the Children, Youth and Families Ministry at the Riverside Church (212-870-6700 jsingletary@trcnyc.org). This program is a collaboration between the Digital Media Training Program in Harlem, Munajj Enterprizes, the Riverside Church’s Children, Youth and Families Ministry, the Board for the Education of People of African Ancestry and Columbia University School of Continuing Education. The program is funded by the West Harlem Development Corporation.

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                  • CU GENERATION [MV-1] || "Dubstep Intro" • EXO

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                    CU GENERATION // MV-1 "Dubstep Intro" • EXO Fall 2014 CU GENERATION www.cugeneration.com FB/IG: @cugeneration cugeneration@gmail.com Original Choreography by BeatBurger Jae © 2014 S.M.Entertainment

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                    • Alpha Chi Omega Columbia University Recruitment 2015

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                      Alpha Chi Omega's development day video for recruitment 2015 at the Theta Psi chapter at Columbia University. Created by Melanie Cootsona, Class of 2017.

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