News at Columbia SPS
In Forthcoming Book, NECR Faculty Share Tested Strategies for Social Transformation
Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida and Joan Camilo Lopez aim to help bridge the academy and today’s movements for social transformation.
Scott Rosner: Columbia Separates the Fans from the Professionals
“We’re building the future leaders of the sports industry here at Columbia,” says Rosner.
Sports Management's Scott Rosner and Joe Favorito Share Lessons Learned Through the Fall 2020 HyFlex Semester
"We have learned and thrived off many lessons we are learning as professionals and teachers in this HyFlex environment."
Peter Went on Managing the Risks in Quantamental Strategies
The Applied Analytics lecturer explores the risk challenges of quantamental portfolio management.
Dr. Lucy Bernholz on Reclaiming Our Digital Independence
Columbia’s M.S. in Nonprofit Management program explored threats to civil society in the digital world.
Wealth Management's Bill Woodson Shares Risks and Threats to Family Offices Due to COVID-19
"If 2020 has taught us anything, it is the importance of planning and preparing for the unexpected," Woodson writes.
“Fake News” Predates the Internet and It’s Up to U.S. Consumers to Push for Higher Standards, says History Professor in SPS Election 2020 Speaker Series
“Fake news was not born from the internet, but we do have new actors, new institutions and new mechanisms," Nickerson says.
Strategic Communication Student Katie Blue Embraces Uncertainty — and Flexibility — in Her Last Term Before Graduation
Blue, who is an active-duty U.S. Coast Guard Officer, says the HyFlex learning model gives her freedom and flexibility.
Strategic Workforce Planning Now: Creating Resilient Systems
“It was important to me that the curriculum was aligned to what I have seen as effective human capital management.”
ERM Alumni Analyze Risk at Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, and the UN
ERM alumni discuss the impact of the program on their careers.
Nellie Hermann on Anne Boyer's "The Undying" and the Limitations of the Illness Narrative
The Narrative Medicine lecturer reviews the Pulitzer Prize-winning account of breast cancer for The New York Review of Books.