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Columbia Business School boasts more than 100 active student clubs and associations. Throughout the academic year, alumni are invited to attend and participate in a number of programs hosted by student clubs, including conferences and panel discussions.
Reunion Weekend, which takes place every April, when alumni celebrating their 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50+ anniversary years come back to campus for a weekend of faculty-moderated alumni panels and fantastic social events.
Pan-European and Pan-Asian Reunions
Columbia Business School’s premier alumni events are, without question, the Pan-European and Pan-Asian Reunions, where hundreds of alumni from around the world gather for a celebration of the School’s global brand.
Set in extraordinary venues in an international business capital, these two-day symposiums feature top faculty, alumni, and guest speakers discussing the most important trends in business today. Evening social events take place in locations such as the Palazzo Pisani Moretta in Venice or the Frank Gehry Forum of DZ Bank in Berlin.
The next Pan-Asian Reunion is scheduled to take place in fall 2014 in Singapore.
Worldwide Alumni Club Events
For the Worldwide Alumni Club Event, alumni clubs from across the globe recognize and celebrate Columbia Business School’s global alumni network by hosting programming during the month of June.
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