News at Columbia SPS
Construction Careers Outcomes Report: 60% of Graduates Earning Over $100k; 62% with Positions in Construction, Architecture, Real Estate
This 2020 Construction Careers Outcomes Report showcases a snapshot of the M.S. in Construction Administration graduates.
Consequences Of Delaying The Vaccination Of Children Under 12
Schools across the US have re-opened for in-person learning, but COVID-19 vaccines are still not available for children under 12
Welcome Home, SPS
Read Dean Eggers' note welcoming students, faculty, and staff back to campus for the Fall 2021 semester.
Strategic Communication Alum Blake Stoner Paves the Way for Antiracist Technology
Stoner is on a mission to eradicate the legacy of systematic underrepresentation with his company Vngle.
Dr. Robert Klitzman: “Individuals have the right to their religious beliefs, but not a right to harm others.”
Dr. Klitzman recently published an LA Times Op-Ed on the looming threat posed by religious exemptions from COVID-19 vaccines.
Should Hospitals Employ Unvaccinated Hospital Staff?
David N. Hoffman discusses the moral dilemma of unvaccinated health care workers and patients.
Reflecting on 9/11/2001
Three Insurance Management lecturers recall their stories of survival from September 11, 2001.
Insurance Management in Today’s Complex World
Insurance Management faculty discussed how the management of insurance business requires a more collaborative skillset.
Twenty Years Later, Senior Lecturer Greg Witkowski Revisits “The Second Responders” Who Helped to Rebuild New York and Transform Philanthropy as We Know It
Sept. 11th set the precedent for online giving and other philanthropic innovations, says Gregory R. Witkowski, Ph.D.
Wealth Management Lecturer Bill Woodson on Developing Professionals to Support UHNW Clients
Family Wealth Report, a business intelligence publication for the family office community, recently interviewed Bill Woodson.
Sports Management Program Alum and Oakland Athletics Pitching Analyst Samantha Schultz Profiled in The Mercury News
Schultz, '18SPS, Sports Management, has taken her skills in sports management and knowledge of physics to the Oakland A’s.