February 24, 2012
MBA influencer blogger, Stacy Blackman, highlights the Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Program, a Master Class offered each spring through the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center. The post also features a project–driven Master Class taught by Prof. Schorer.
Business Schools Experience Technology Commercialization Boom
January 17, 2012
The Financial Times features Liz Harrison ’12 on Ten Questions, a weekly editorial special. Liz shares her interest in entrepreneurship and role in the Columbia Entrepreneurship Organization.
Ten Questions — Liz Harrison
January 11, 2012
The article highlights the School’s Master Class, NYC: Innovative & Entrepreneurial Solutions to the City’s Complex Challenges, taught by Prof. Schorer.
MBA Electives Offer Hands–On Learning
October 31, 2011
The article features Bruce Usher’s, Co–Director of the Social Enterprise Program, role at the School and his Finance & Sustainability course.
Sustainability lessons from the boardroom
July 07, 2011
Dean Glenn Hubbard is featured in The Wall Street Journal, where he discusses how Columbia Business School has evolved its curriculum and prepares students to lead organizations through change and crises.
Columbia’s Business Dean on Disclosure, Leading, Ethics
April 27, 2011
Fifteen Latin American business owners have completed a groundbreaking yearlong entrepreneurial education program that took them across three continents.
April 20, 2011
For Srikanth Nimmagadda ’11, the most innovative business plan was the one that could solve a practical, painful problem he had witnessed firsthand: getting clean water to those who need it.
August 22, 2010
The Washington Post covers Siggi Hilmarsson, '04 graduate's start-up enterprise.
June 07, 2010
Article features MBA grads who have used their degree to tackle social problems. Ron Gonen '04, founder and CEO of RecycleBank, is highlighted.
MBA Grads Tackle Social Problems
June 02, 2010
The Lang Center partners with Crain's to host the first annual Crain's New York Business Perfect Pitch Competition. The winner of the competition was Michael Dwork '04, founder of eco-friendly dinnerware company, VerTerra Ltd.
Pitching your firm to win media coverage