Tomorrowʼs Minds at Work
News, insights, tips and commentary from members of the Columbia University School of Professional Studies.
Chief Diversity Officer: There’s No One Way to Celebrate Juneteenth or Pride
But commit to doing something, says Dr. Erwin de Leon in a new blog post.
Former Hearst President and M.S. Nonprofit Management Alum Michael Clinton to Publish “Roar Into the Second Half of Your Life”
Michael Clinton, ’21SPS, is a seasoned publishing executive, with over forty years of experience in the magazine industry.
Reflecting on Gay Pride, the 40th Anniversary of HIV/AIDS, and the Significance of the Nonprofit Sector in Movement Building
"To be able to reflect and celebrate in this moment is incredibly important to me as a Black gay man living in this country."
International Students Should Embrace What Makes Them Different and Always Reach Out for Help, says Alumna Jiaying (Claire) Wu
"The worst thing to do is trying to do everything by yourself. Reach out as much as possible."
CSUF President Fram Virjee on Leadership in Organizations
President Virjee stressed the strategic importance of human capital as well as the University’s commitment to DEI & antiracism.
The Art of Finding Your “Inner Salesperson”
Wealth Management lecturer Aaron Abrahms shared his strategies and tips for sustaining a successful sales cycle.
Why We Will Meet the Challenge of the Climate Crisis
Dr. Cohen explains his confidence in humanity to overcome the climate crisis.
The U.S. Must Invest in Early Science Education to Compete Globally, says Dr. Robert Klitzman
The Columbia Bioethics Program Director wrote an op-ed for The Hill about America’s need for early science education funding.
Pride, Book Club, Pop-Up Yoga? Keep Busy All Summer at SPS
The SPS Student Support team offers graduate students resources and advice for making the most of the summer months.
Dr. Jeff Pon, 11th Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Visits Strategic Human Capital Management Students
He discussed how he has helped organizations use human dynamics to create strategic advantage.
Asian American Artists Gather at Columbia University to Discuss the Power of Art Against Hate
Four Asian American artists comprise Columbia’s NECR panel to discuss how their work responds to hate crimes.