Sustainability Management News
In The Huffington Post, the Sustainability Management director wrote about broaching the subject of climate change during the 2016 Presidential election.
In Procedia Engineering journal, Sustainability Management alumnus, now lecturer, Gregory Falco outlines a vision for water infrastructure efficiency.
Dean Jason Wingard spoke with Columbia News about his vision for the School of Professional Studies.
Prof. Marc Levy, in a testimony before Congress, laid out the wide-ranging threats that climate change poses and criticized the DHS's lack of meaningful action.
The director of the Sustainability Management program calls attention to America’s outdated policy on dealing with harmful chemicals.
Sustainability Management director Cohen explains why limiting the U.S. government’s own carbon footprint may have implications for federal climate change policy.
The author of The 2-Hour Job Search shared his strategies for organizing and prioritizing one’s list of prospective employers.
Considering graduate school? Wondering how to fit it in amidst your work and family life? Read on for our advice.
M.S. in Sustainability Management alum Katrina Prutzman details what she learned about implementing green energy from the Transatlantic Program for Young Technology Leaders in Germany in September.
Sustainability Management Students Release Report on Corporate Social Responsibility Data Management
This handful of Columbia students past and present researched and published findings on how Improved CSR data tracking can allow for a deeper understanding of CSR performance, unlocking new business opportunities.