January 31, 2014
Prof. Katherine Phillips’s research finds that in countries with the greatest ethnic diversity, female leaders outperform their male counterparts at growing the national GDP.
Women Presidents Outperform Their Male Counterparts in Complex Economies
January 28, 2014
Conner Esworthy ’14, co–president of Columbia Business School’s Wine Society, says her passion for wine has helped her forge business connections and build trust with potential employers.
Left Bank Cup Challenges Millennial Bordeaux Fans
January 24, 2014
Linda Chew ’15 reflects on the value of risk–taking and calls her business school career a “learning experience unlike any other.”
An MBA Student’s Eternal Question: ‘Is It Worth It?’
January 23, 2014
The article cites research by Prof. Katherine Phillips that finds countries with high rates of ethnic conflict, infighting, and civil war fare better both socially and economically under female leaders.
For the Central African Republic, Hope Takes Female Form
January 21, 2014
The Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York (CBSACNY) has shown its support for the School with a $10,000 current-use fellowship. The award, which will be given to a second-year student, will acknowledge academic performance and leadership in the Columbia Business School community.
January 20, 2014
Prof. Hitendra Wadhwa reflects on the life and leadership of Martin Luther King, calling him “a messenger of peaceful struggle.”
January 18, 2014
The article highlights Columbia Business School’s new campus in Manhattanville.
Build It and They May Come
January 17, 2014
Prof. Mark Broadie’s strokes–gained putting metric is on the forefront of a movement that seeks to use statistical methods to better understand and analyze the game of golf.
Research Debunks Golf Myths
January 15, 2014
Regina Resnick, director of the Career Management Center, explains that winter treks to meet with alumni and employers help students develop their networking and interviewing skills.
Business School Winter Treks: An Economic Indicator?
January 15, 2014
Michael Malone, associate dean for the MBA Program, says that every student who ultimately enrolls at Columbia Business School goes through a comprehensive vetting process.
Pro Tip: Don’t Lie on Your M.B.A. Application