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Hosted by Columbia University School of Professional Studies Dean, Jason Wingard, Talks@Columbia and the Learn For Life podcast presents timely thought leadership on crucial issues facing academia and industry today.

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Hosted by Columbia University School of Professional Studies Dean, Jason Wingard, Talks@Columbia and the Learn For Life podcast presents timely thought leadership on crucial issues facing academia and industry today.

    Technology Management with Art Langer, Ed.D.

    Technology Management with Art Langer, Ed.D.

    Technology Management with Art Langer, Ed.D. by Columbia University - School of Professional Studies

    • 20 min
    Sustainability Management with Steve Cohen, Ph.D.

    Sustainability Management with Steve Cohen, Ph.D.

    Sustainability Management with Steve Cohen, Ph.D. by Columbia University - School of Professional Studies

    • 19 min
    Sustainability Science with Art Lerner-Lam, Ph.D.

    Sustainability Science with Art Lerner-Lam, Ph.D.

    Hosted by Columbia University School of Professional Studies Dean, Jason Wingard, Talks@Columbia and the Learn For Life podcast presents timely thought leadership on crucial issues facing academia and industry today.

    Arthur (Art) Lerner-Lam is the Academic Director for the M.S. in Sustainability Science Program.

    https://www.science.ei.columbia.edu/

    Art is also a Lamont Research Professor at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory a seismologist who has studied and published on the interactions between crust and mantle, the thickness of tectonic plates, the structure of mountain belts and crustal rifts, and active seismicity. He has led scientific expeditions in the Middle East, Europe, Central and South Asia, the Southwest Pacific, and throughout the United States. Over the last 20 years, he has lectured and written widely on natural hazards and society. Lerner-Lam and his colleagues and students have supported the activities of the United Nations, the World Bank, and other international institutions promoting sustainable development in the face of extreme natural hazards.

    In addition to being an instructor for Columbia University's Sustainability Science M.S. program, Lerner-Lam also teaches course in the M.S. Sustainability Management, and Environmental Science & Policy programs. With colleagues from political science, economics, and international affairs, Lerner-Lam also has developed related curricula on sustainability management and sustainable investing suited for intensive executive education certificate programs.

    Lerner-Lam has held Post-doctoral positions at Scripps and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has been at Lamont-Doherty since 1985. He has been on numerous scientific advisory committees and editorial boards including as a member of the Federal Scientific Earthquake Studies Advisory Committee for the U.S. Geological Survey, as a consultant to the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, and as a contributing author to the U.N.’s Global Risk Update. He has consulted on environmental and natural hazard resilience for the governments of Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Chile, India, China, Thailand, Turkey, and Venezuela. He has also testified before the U.S. Congress on the nation’s preparedness for natural disasters.

    • 26 min
    Narrative Medicine with Craig Irvine, Ph.D.

    Narrative Medicine with Craig Irvine, Ph.D.

    Hosted by Columbia University School of Professional Studies Dean, Jason Wingard, Talks@Columbia and the Learn For Life podcast presents timely thought leadership on crucial issues facing academia and industry today.

    Craig Irvine, Ph.D.
    Lecturer in the Discipline of Narrative Medicine; Academic Director, MS in Narrative Medicine

    For more than 15 years, Craig Irvine has been designing and teaching cultural competency, ethics, Narrative Medicine, and Humanities and Medicine curricula for residents, medical students, physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, dentists, and other health professionals. He has over 20 years of experience researching the history of philosophy, phenomenology, and narrative ethics, and over 25 years of experience teaching ethics, humanities, the history of philosophy, logic, and narrative medicine at the graduate, undergraduate, and preparatory school levels.

    He has published articles in the areas of ethics, residency education, and literature and medicine and has presented at numerous national and international conferences on these and other topics.

    • 23 min
    Bioethics with Dr. Bob Klitzman

    Bioethics with Dr. Bob Klitzman

    Hosted by Columbia University School of Professional Studies Dean, Jason Wingard, Talks@Columbia and the Learn For Life podcast presents timely thought leadership on crucial issues facing academia and industry today.

    Robert Klitzman, M.D.
    Academic Director, M.S. in Bioethics Program, School of Professional Studies; Professor of Psychiatry (in Sociomedical Sciences), Columbia University Medical Center

    https://sps.columbia.edu/academics/masters/bioethics

    Robert Klitzman, M.D., is a professor of psychiatry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Joseph Mailman School of Public Health, and the Academic Director of the Master of Science in Bioethics program at Columbia University. He co-founded and for five years co-directed the Columbia University Center for Bioethics, and directed the Ethics and Policy Core of the HIV Center for 10 years.

    He has published over 120 scientific journal articles, eight books, and numerous chapters on critical issues in bioethics including genetics, neuroethics, HIV prevention, research ethics, and doctor-patient relationships.

    Klitzman has received numerous awards for his work, including fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the Russell Sage Foundation, the Commonwealth Fund, the Aaron Diamond Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation. He is a member of the Empire State Stem Cell Commission and served on the U.S. Department of Defense’s Research Ethics Advisory Panel. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a regular contributor to the New York Times and CNN.

    • 27 min
    Sports Management with Scott Rosner

    Sports Management with Scott Rosner

    Hosted by Columbia University School of Professional Studies Dean, Jason Wingard, Talks@Columbia and the Learn For Life podcast presents timely thought leadership on crucial issues facing academia and industry today.

    Scott Rosner
    Professor of Professional Practice; Academic Director, M.S. in Sports Management Program, School of Professional Studies

    As Academic Director of the Master of Science in Sports Management program, Scott Rosner leads all programmatic and curricular development efforts, creates professional development opportunities for students, and manages all strategic planning efforts for the program, including marketing, enrollment, student life, and alumni affairs. Rosner is also a Professor of Professional Practice, teaching graduate-level courses in the discipline of Sports Management.

    https://sps.columbia.edu/academics/masters/sports-management

    Prior to joining the faculty at Columbia in January 2018, Rosner was a Practice Professor in the Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Faculty Associate Director of the Wharton Sports Business Initiative. He taught courses in Sports Business Management and Negotiation and Dispute Resolution to undergraduate and MBA students, and taught Sports Law at both Wharton and Penn Law School. He was a five-time recipient of the prestigious Whitney Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching (2006, 2009, 2013, 2014, and 2017). He has been the co-host of the Wharton Sports Business Show, a weekly look at the business of sports on SiriusXM’s Business Radio (channel 111), which has been heard on Tuesdays from 4–5 p.m. (Eastern) since its debut in January 2014. Rosner was also the Academic Director of the Wharton Sports Business Academy, a summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors. Prior to being promoted to the rank of Practice Professor in July 2016, he was a Practice Associate Professor from July 2013–June 2016, a Practice Assistant Professor from July 2010–June 2013 and a full-time Lecturer in the same department from July 2002–June 2010. He served as the Faculty Associate Director of the Wharton Sports Business Initiative since its inception in 2004 and served as the Faculty Mentor to the University of Pennsylvania’s men’s basketball team from 2003–2008.

    Rosner has led consulting projects with a variety of clients both in his role as a faculty member leading student project teams and as the Principal of Hudson Sports Consulting, a sports advisory firm that provides a wide range of services in the business and legal aspects of the sports industry. Clients include: Philadelphia Phillies, PGA Tour, Soccer Without Borders, Adidas, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, the National Football League (multiple engagements), Major League Baseball (multiple engagements), Northwestern University, the Philadelphia 76ers (multiple engagements), the Detroit Pistons, the United States Tennis Association, Madison Square Garden Sports, the Philadelphia Eagles (multiple engagements), the New York Jets (multiple engagements), FedEx, AT&T (multiple engagements), New York Road Runners, Philadelphia Sports Congress, Red Bull, the Philadelphia Union (MLS) (multiple engagements), AVP Tour, AOL Sports, NBA Developmental League, Sports Capital Partners (Real Salt Lake), USA Football, Cloud 9 Skiing, San Diego State University, and The Sacks Group.

    • 27 min

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