News at Columbia SPS
How Wealth Management Faculty Are "Lifting Students to the Next Level"
At a recent information session, faculty members shared valuable insights into Columbia's Master of Professional Studies in Wealth Management program.
March Conference Brings 2024 Campaign Political Analytics Experts to Campus: Here’s How to Attend
Get an insider's view of the role of data in politics today at the upcoming Political Analytics Conference, which will feature political professionals at the front lines of the 2024 election.
Home Builders Fighting Energy Efficiency
The long-term importance of energy efficiency is clear, but short-term competing interests can make it difficult to pursue energy efficiency and decarbonization goals.
How a Medical Professional Found a Way to "Understand What Makes the Other Side Tick" at Columbia's Insurance Management Program
Dr. Robert Behar discusses how insurance management is integral to his medical profession.
Construction Administration Students Explore the Social Impact of Urban Renewal
Four alumni reflect on visiting an in-progress housing project as part of their Construction Capstone, experiencing firsthand how neighborhoods and communities were affected by Robert Moses’s construction projects.
Strategic Communication Program Convenes Symposium on the Future of the Discipline
On January 19, leading figures in the field of strategic communication joined students, faculty, and alums to discuss the urgent need for strong communication in turbulent times.
Preparing the United States Workforce for the Future of Tech
The Columbia School of Professional Studies’ Career Design Lab hosted a listening session on the USG NNSCET to examine emerging standards for new technologies.
The Politicizing of Electric Vehicles
EVs will replace gas-powered vehicles when they are less expensive, more feature-packed, and more reliable than cars with internal combustion engines, writes Senior Vice Dean Dr. Steven Cohen.
SPS Student Saxon Stahl On How to “Do the Right Thing”
Stahl discusses the SPS DEIA committee and the work they hope to achieve.
VR Experience Opens SPS Students to a New Tool in Conflict Resolution and Empathy Building
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution students reflect on the role of new technology in conflict resolution and the challenge of depicting the true horror of violence when trying to build empathy.
Actuarial Science Alum Shares How the SPS Program Has Been Critical to His Success
Kyle Cai (‘17SPS, Actuarial Science) shares the surprising link he learned between actuarial science and storytelling—and how his final project at the program became a talking point in job interviews.