School of Professional Studies Alumna and Executive in Residence Recognized as 2019 Columbia Alumni Medalists

Rachel Hitchcock ’06SPS, Strategic Communication, and Executive in Residence Maryam Banikarim ’89BC, ’93SIPA, ’93BUS were recognized as Columbia Alumni Medalists at the 2019 university commencement.

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Three Applied Analytics Students Win Hackathon for Women

Three Applied Analytics students won first place in Marsh Global’s ReWRITE Risk and Insurance Hackathon for Women.

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Columbia HBCU Fellowship Empowers Students to Thrive

The second cohort of the Columbia HBCU Fellowship successfully completed the program on May 20, 2019.

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James Bone Presents at the Society for Risk Analysis' World Congress

James Bone, a lecturer for the M.S. in Enterprise Risk Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, presented at the Society for Risk Analysis' World Congress in Cape Town, South Africa earlier this month.

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MetLife Names Cindy Pace as Global Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

MetLife announced Dr. Cindy Pace as its new global chief diversity and inclusion officer.

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3 Reasons Aspiring Executives Need a Degree in Tech Management

All industries have to leverage technology to survive. Here are three reasons to pursue a Technology Management degree.

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Why Seasoned Professionals are Returning to School to Replace the 'Old Heroes'

Companies often consider the same circulation of seasoned professionals when a C-suite position opens. This pattern makes it harder for a newer generation to get a seat at the C-suite table.

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5 Things to Know About Edith Cooper, Our 2019 Graduation Keynote Speaker

Edith Cooper, former head of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, and Independent Board Director at both Etsy and Slack, will deliver the keynote speech at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, May 18, 2019.

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Dr. Ed Hoffman: The Future of Work Depends on Intangibles, Machines, and Cultures of Excellence

Leaders are worried about maintaining a competitive edge in an era of technological disruption and the rapid rise of new billion-dollar companies. How can leaders make smart decisions in fast-paced environments.

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