News at Columbia SPS
The Five Skills You Need to Succeed in the 2020s Workplace
Dean Jason Wingard discusses five skills employees need to stay competitive in the workplace in the 2020s in Financial Times.
University Vendor Program Based on SPS Curriculum Graduates Third Cohort
Sixteen minority-, women-, and locally owned businesses were the latest graduates of CU Grow: Vendor Development Program.
Insights from Enterprise Risk Management Leaders
Last semester, a panel of senior Enterprise Risk Management professionals was invited by the program to come to Columbia .
Actuarial Science Program Celebrates the End of the Semester
Steven D. Armstrong, President of the Casualty Actuarial Society, shared insights and advice with the students.
On the Learn for Life Podcast: Enterprise Risk Management Academic Director Sim Segal
“Risk/return” is a common phrase in business, but what does it mean in the context of large, highly complex organizations?
Top-5 ERM Students Named for Fall 2019
Congratulations to the Fall 2019 recipients of the Enterprise Risk Management program's "Top-5” award
ERM Lecturer Chris Magno on Managing the “Surreptitious Assassin” Known as Cognitive Bias
Chris Magno offers timely guidance as organizations conduct their annual year-end compliance and risk assessment process.
Global Centers Program Launches University-Wide Scholarship for Displaced Students
The Columbia University Scholarship for Displaced Students will provide tuition and support for up to 30 foreign nationals.
On the Learn for Life Podcast: Bioethics Academic Director Dr. Robert Klitzman
Should healthcare be a human right?
JAMA Letter from Bioethics Alum Revisits Research on Separating Adopted Twins at Birth
An alumnus of the M.S. in Bioethics reexamines controversial research on separating twins who have been put up for adoption.
Dr. Robert Klitzman Urges Regulatory Action on Gene Editing in Carnegie Council Podcast
Dr. Robert Klitzman, M.D., provided an overview on the ethical challenges posed by gene editing for a recent podcast.