Opposition to mandatory climate risk reporting is the result of the failure of some American businesses and lobbying groups ...
Students in the HCM program have many opportunities to learn from and connect with professionals, lecturers, and notable ...
The event began with Dean Troy Eggers acknowledging the Faculty, Administrator, Team Impact, Student, and Alumni winners of ...
The Career Design Lab event brought together Columbia SPS pre-college students with women mentors from the United Nations, ...
Driven by a desire to help people achieve their personal goals through financial advising and excited about pursuing wealth ...
Steven Bandrowczak, ‘19SPS, was well acquainted with Columbia’s Executive Master of Science in Technology Management program when he decided to enroll. A veteran technology executive who had served ...
It is indeed ironic that Democratic New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Republican Representative Nicole Malliotakis from Staten Island, and Democratic Representative Josh Gottheimer from New Jersey all ...
Summer Brown, a candidate for an M.S. degree in Sports Management and a Columbia HBCU Fellow, has been named one of the recipients of the 2024 Campbell Award. Established by the Columbia University ...
A conversation with acclaimed science storyteller Lucy Cooke on April 3 at Columbia’s Pulitzer Hall promised a lively and engaging discussion on the topics of science, satire, sloths, and sex. And it ...
On a mild Friday in March, just off the 125th subway stop, students and professionals poured into The Forum to attend Columbia’s Sustainability Symposium. With more than 365 attendees, the excitement ...
Sustainability has become essential for businesses and organizations across all industries. As the world aims for a greener future, companies are increasingly adopting eco-friendly practices. At the ...
On April 9, the School of Professional Studies (SPS) Student Life team hosted the third annual SPS Next event at Columbia University’s Faculty House. SPS Next is a platform for SPS students to take ...