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Welcome to The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center — one of the many centers and programs that make Columbia Business School such a dynamic place to pursue a graduate business education. The Lang Center’s mission is at the heart of the School’s mission to educate the next generation of global business leaders.

At Columbia Business School, entrepreneurial thinking — in identifying, valuing, and capturing opportunity — is an essential part of all aspects of the academic experience. In courses covering a wide range of subject areas, our faculty members teach students how to identify strategic opportunities.

Leadership

Vincent Ponzo
Director
The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center

 

Sheena Iyengar
Faculty Director
The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center

 

Murray B. Low
Director
Entrepreneurship Education

 

Clifford J. Schorer
Director
Entrepreneurs in Residence Program

 

Michael Preston
Director
Family Business Management Program

 

Jack McGourty
Director
Community and Global Entrepreneurship

 

Sandra Merrill
Senior Associate Director
Programs

 

Mayra Reyes
Associate Director
Strategic Outreach

 

Ashley Zwick
Administrative Director

 

Kristen Bulatovic
Accounts Payable Officer

 

 

 

Summer Fellowship Program

The Summer Fellowship Program enables MBA students to contribute management expertise to growing startup organizations.

Apply by April 6th>

 

Spring 2015 Events

 
April 23-24, 2015

#Startup Columbia Festival

April 27, 2015

Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Program
Annual Alumni Reception
6:30-9:00PM

May 5, 2015

Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Columbia
Demo Event
6:30-9:00PM, Morgan Stanley

May 20, 2015

Columbia University Commencement

The Marketplace

Browse businesses from our community of entrepreneurs.

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