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Columbia Gets a Chief Digital Officer

On Wednesday, Sree Sreenivasan, formerly the J-school’s Dean of Student Affairs, became Columbia’s first-ever Chief Digital Officer. The tech blog AllThingsD (run by two of Sree’s former students J-school alums) reported the news shortly after it was announced in emails from Prezbo and Provost Coatsworth. But just what does a Chief Digital Officer do? Sree […]

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Columbia’s J-School and Stanford Receive Joint Donation of $30M

Just over an hour ago, Helen Gurley Brown announced a donation of $30 million dollars to be shared between Columbia’s School of Journalism and Stanford’s School of Innovation to create a bi-coastal Institute for Media Innovation based out of Columbia’s J-school campus. Helen Gurley Brown reigned as head editor of Cosmopolitan magazine from 1965 to […]

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