News at Columbia SPS
Alexandra Trower, EVP, Global Communications at The Estée Lauder Companies, Shares Insights for Those Entering the Field of Strategic Communications at Fireside Chat
Alexandra Trower visited the Columbia School of Professional Studies for a fireside chat with Dr. Rebecca Heino.
Rosner leads "The Big Game Sports Law CLE Breakfast" in Miami
Big games take big commitments, not just for players and teams but from the staff and volunteers behind the scenes...
Take the Columbia Student Well-Being Survey Now through March 6
The goal of the Columbia Student Well-Being Survey is to improve campus life and the experience of every Columbia student.
Columbia University School of Professional Studies Networking, Alumni Panel, and Information Session to be Held in Washington D.C. on March 4
Join Columbia University School of Professional Studies in Washington D.C. on March 4, 2020.
What Was Life Like After the Iran Hostage Crisis? Former Prisoner Barry Rosen to Speak at School of Professional Studies Community Event
On March 11, 2020, former Iran hostage crisis prisoner Barry Rosen will speak with Professor Emerita Jo Shepherd at SPS.
The Sports Management Program Visits Super Bowl LIV Radio Row
Our program had a rare and special glimpse to learn and share more information during the Miami Super Bowl week.
Dean Jason Wingard Reflects on the Value of HBCUs
Dr. Wingard reflects on the importance of HBCUs and gives advice to student considering an HBCU education.
Analyzing the E.U. in the Balkans
The Negotiation and Conflict Resolution graduate published an article in Reporting Democracy.
40 Under 40: Sports Management Lecturer Russell Scibetti
Congratulations to Sports Management lecturer Russell Scibetti, who made Sports Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list.
“Economic growth springs from better recipes, not just from more cooking:” New IKNS Cohort Starts Spring Term Exploring the Intangibles Shaping the Future of Work
The course was designed to address data and analyses pointing to a massive shift in the nature, scale, and modality of work.
Insurance Management Students Encouraged to Apply for $10,000 Scholarships from Spencer Educational Foundation
Starting February 1, Insurance Professionals May Apply for a Scholarship Toward their Master’s in Insurance Management.