Elevating Stories of Black Excellence
A yearlong tribute to success, resilience, and the power of history.
Baird, Bakish honored at 45th Annual Awards Dinner
Two Columbia Business School alumni and change agents in the climate-tech and entertainment industries received special honors from the CBS board of trustees at the 45th Annual Awards Dinner.
Taking Action on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The first event of its kind at Columbia Business School, TEDxColumbiaUniversity—Excellence Through Equity was held last September in Manhattanville. Faculty, students, and thought leaders from across academia, business, and policy gathered to examine how equity in organizations propels all of us higher.
Do Economists Need a Hippocratic Oath?
Professor Joseph Stiglitz and Dean Emeritus Glenn Hubbard discussed the topic of inequality and the future of capitalism during the first installment of a new speaker series from The Hub, a new CBS think tank.
A Business Case for Second-Chance Employment
A new annual conference exploring labor market trends and the benefits of second-chance employment was held April 3 in David Geffen Hall.
Four Alumni Awarded Lang Entrepreneurship Investment Funding
A spring round of investments in four new companies founded by alumni entrepreneurs.
How the Future of Work Will Shape the Cities of Tomorrow
A CBS panel debates how a sharp shift toward remote and hybrid work will impact commercial real estate and reshape cities.
Q&A: Designing the Future of Business
A conversation with the architects behind Columbia Business School’s new home
Making Work-From-Home Work
When office closures forced employees to work from home, Branch was ready with new and improved products.