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Alexis Ohanian (Reddit) interviewing Erik Martin (describing collaborative work with Nils Olsen)

NYRD Radio, 5 November 2014, Episode 4: A Separation of Art and Industry with Erik Martin interviewed by Alexis Ohanian (Reddit Co-Founder) & Dr. Sabriya Stukes
-> focused on the value of social scientific backgrounds for careers in technology, to listen: 12:59 – 15:19),
https://soundcloud.com/nyrdradio/episode-4-a-separation-of-art-and-industry-with-erik-martin-and-dr-sabriya-stukes

GW TODAY: Study Tour of Copenhagen Denmark

 GW Today, 27 August 2014 (Lead Interview with Nils Olsen & Clay Warren). Where in the world did the Columbian College go? From South Africa to Denmark, CCAS summer courses take students across the globe (by Julyssa Lopez), http://gwtoday.gwu.edu/where-world-did-columbian-college-go 

Hatchet Article: GW Research Days

GW Today, 3 April 2014. Research days connect student researchers to vendors (mentioned as advisor and co-author with Hillary Hecht on a project entitled, Decision making, network habits, & connection duration: The logic of dance, GW Research Days 2014 (Ranked #1 in Psychology Category),

http://blogs.gwhatchet.com/newsroom/2014/04/03/research-days-connect-student-researchers-to-vendors/

Think Global School (TGS), Nils Olsen talks about Extreme Decisions

THINK Global School (TGS), 13 February 2013 (invited presentation), Extreme decisions within the medical, financial, and legal arenas, http://thinkglobalschool.org/episode-15-nils-olsen/

GW TODAY: Extreme Decisions

GW Today, 31 March 2010. Extreme decisions: GW assistant professor of organizational sciences Nils Olsen researches how people deal with complex choices (by Julia Parmley), 

https://gwtoday.gwu.edu/extreme-decisions

Last Lecture Series: Hot Decisions

The GW Hatchet, 4 March 2010. Professor outlines ‘hot decisions’ at lecture series event (by Dimple Mirchandani),

https://www.gwhatchet.com/2010/0304/professor-outlines-hot-decisions-at-lecture-series-event/



GW Today, 2 August 2019. GW researchers converge on Paris(by B.L. Wilson), https://gwtoday.gwu.edu/gw-researchers-converge-paris

GW Promo Video, "The engaged liberal arts" (Nils Olsen)