Columbia Business: Feature

Poised for Impact

Columbia Business: Feature
Simone Gubar |  October 3, 2011

Scientist and TED Fellow Nina Tandon ’12 (EMBA) plans to translate scientific breakthroughs in the lab into world-changing clinical remedies — and nurture the innovation economy along the way.

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There’s an (Alumni) App for That

Columbia Business: Feature
Amanda Chalifoux and Simone Gubar |  September 22, 2011

Mobile apps spearheaded by Columbia Business School alumni are bringing a new level of customer interaction to business and connecting people with information — and one another — at lightning speed.

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Model Teachers

Columbia Business: Feature
Amanda Chalifoux |  November 21, 2011

Alumni executives who serve as adjunct professors offer students a practitioner’s expertise — and the inspiration of an instructor who has walked in their shoes.

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Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leaders

Columbia Business: Feature
June 20, 2012

Lauren Decker ’09 collaborated with Professor Hitendra Wadhwa to bring one of the School’s most popular MBA courses to seniors at a local high school.

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Outrageously Successful

Columbia Business: Feature
April 25, 2012

Businesses first pitched as part of Columbia’s A. Lorne Weil Outrageous Business Plan Competition are proving that visionary thinking is a key to entrepreneurial success.

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The Game Changers

Columbia Business: Feature
Amanda Chalifoux |  April 17, 2013

What glass ceiling? Columbia Business School alumnae are striving for — and reaching — the top of the finance world.

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Virtuous Fun

Columbia Business: Feature
Simone Gubar |  April 8, 2011
New research helps explain the appeal of unusual — and often unpleasant — experiences.
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Kravis: Meaningful Success Requires Integrity

Columbia Business: Feature
May 17, 2011
Henry Kravis ’69 urges the School’s newest alumni to take responsibility for shaping society.
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Banking On Social Enterprise

Columbia Business: Feature
Simone Gubar |  May 2, 2011
Managing a successful turnaround was just the first step for Neighborhood Trust CEO Justine Zinkin ’02, who is proving that it’s possible for banks to serve New York City’s poorest individuals — and help them achieve long-term financial stability.
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A Better Big Apple

Columbia Business: Feature
June 13, 2012
Through a new Master Class — a unique partnership between the School, city agencies, and the private sector — students are working to improve one of the most complex entities in the world: New York City.
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