Alumnus Ameen Amin Promoted to First Vice President at Morgan Stanley
“The greatest benefit of this program is being able to do it in tandem with your professional career so that you can leverage what you’re picking up in the classroom for the benefit of your clients,” says the Wealth Management program alum. Just two months after earning his master’s in December, Amin was promoted to First Vice President at Morgan Stanley.
The First Draft of History: An Exclusive Trip to the 'New York Times' Museum
Sustainability Management student Ian Galinson visited New York Times headquarters in midtown Manhattan as part of his course Writing about Global Science for the International Media, taught by Claudia Dreifus. Dreifus was able to give her students the unique opportunity because of her extensive work and relationship with the Times.
“Be Open to Learning New Topics”
Sustainability Management alum Dr. Bobuchi Ken-Opurum is the creator of Re-HOUSED, a decision-support toolkit for sustainable and climate-resilient housing in the Global South. She is also the director of research at the Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute and was recently recognized by Forbes 30 Under 30 in the Energy category.
Steve Cohen Interviewed on Boston’s WBUR about the Ohio Train Derailment
The segment, “What the Ohio train derailment tells us about rail safety in the U.S.,” part of WBUR’s On Point show, examined the impact of the recent train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, on the rail industry and the local community. “The absence of trust here is at the center of our problem in how we frame our response to a catastrophe like this,” said SPS Senior Vice Dean Steve Cohen.