Tomorrowʼs Minds at Work
News, insights, tips and commentary from members of the Columbia University School of Professional Studies.
Liliana Iriarte on How the Nonprofit Management Program Helped Her Take Her Business to the Next Level
Liliana Iriarte, alum of Columbia's Nonprofit Management program, discusses how the program helped her build her business, Kai.
Building Awareness for the St. Vincent Families Displaced by the La Soufriere Volcano
"Vincentian and Caribbean citizens have been called to action globally."
Columbia’s Close-Knit Network of Actuaries Helped Alumnus Benjamin Hsu to Land Internships and Full-Time Work
Benjamin Hsu, '20SPS, Actuarial Science, accepted the role of Actuarial Analyst at Milliman after graduation.
Greg Witkowski to Edit New Book Series for Nonprofit Scholars and Practitioners
The series of books will be published by Georgetown University Press, starting in Fall 2022.
Director of Executive Compensation at Iron Mountain Sydney Hilzenrath Visits HCM Class
Sydney discussed the link between Total Rewards and other parts of Integrated Talent Management.
What Are the Top Three Myths of the U.S. Job Market?
“There are no jobs for international students. Employers don’t want to hire them.”
New York Attorney General Letitia James to Keynote SPS Graduation: 5 Things to Know
New York AG "Tish" James will keynote the Columbia University School of Professional Studies Graduation Ceremony on April 27.
The Next New York City
Dr. Cohen discusses the history of New York City, contextualizing its evolution post-pandemic.
Sasha Terris-Maes: Helping Nonprofits Weather the Storm
She found an interest in helping nonprofits re-structure organizationally and financially to be sustainable.
Applied Analytics Lecturer Birol Emir Co-Authors "Interface Between Regulation and Statistics in Drug Development"
Dr. Birol Emir's research primarily focuses on big data, predictive modeling, and genomics data analysis.
Wealth Management Faculty Preview Their Courses
Gail Cohen, Stephen Bodurtha, Frank Oswald, and Bill Woodson discuss what students will learn.