News at Columbia SPS
Those must have been some juicy details the Federal Reserve and U.S. banks fought for more than two years from being released.
A Columbia Gap Year
Medical student Elizabeth Ng (right) took a chance on the SPS program in Bioethics. Here’s what she learned.
From Physician to Patient
Bioethics student Dr. Judy Fine-Edelstein confronts her own life-threatening disease.
“All you need [to do] is to talk to people and go with the flow”
A Q&A with Human Capital Management graduate and PR professional Anam Patel on her time at SPS and the joys of networking.
“A Truly Global Environment”
A Q&A with recent Human Capital Management graduate Muhammad Dadisatyo on how he’ll use his new skills in his native Indonesia.
Research and Wine: A Perfect Pairing
Demonstrate your subject matter expertise to stand out.
New York Needs the Environmental Bond Act
When New Yorkers go to the polls they will be asked to vote to authorize a new $4.2 billion environmental bond.
Celebrating Five Years of the SPS HBCU Fellowship Program
The program, unique to the Ivy League, is celebrating five years of growth and impact.
Dave Fineman, Global Leader of People Analytics and Workforce Planning at PTC, Joins Integrated Talent Management Class
Fineman discusses how companies build an Analytics culture and supporting practices.
Rebecca Ray, Ph.D., Executive Vice President of The Conference Board, Joins Amy Abel's HCM Agility Class
Ray discusses the future or leadership.
Political Analytics Faculty: Leading in Applied Quantitative Methods
Political Science Professors Donald P. Green and Robert Y. Shapiro have recently written books that apply quantitative and statistical methods to major trends in political analysis.