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A named professorship is among the highest honors a university can confer on a faculty member, and these endowed chairs provide the School with a powerful recruiting tool in an intensely competitive marketplace.
Appointment to a named chair is understood throughout the academic world as a statement that a professor has a broad understanding of his or her field, an important vision for the future, and an exceptional ability to communicate that understanding and vision to others.
Named chairs also build community by attracting junior faculty members and PhD students who are eager to work with the outstanding faculty members that these chairs reward, as well as students who relish the opportunity to learn from, and interact with, such renowned and respected thought leaders.
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Alumni Events 2014: Mark Your Calendars
Reunion Weekend is the biggest alumni event of the year. Last year, 2,400 alumni and guests returned to campus to reunite with friends, network with classmates, and attend panel discussions on top business trends.
Annual Dinner 2014
The Annual Dinner brings together alumni, friends, corporate sponsors, and guests in an evening of support for Columbia Business School. Each year, the event raises more than $3 million in unrestricted support.
Pan-Asian Reunion 2014
Celebrate Columbia Business School’s global alumni network and thought leadership at the 2014 Pan-Asian Reunion in Singapore, featuring a two-day symposium on emerging business trends with discussions led by preeminent faculty members and alumni leaders.