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Columbia Business School graduates share their expertise and energy with students and faculty, coming to campus as adjunct professors and guest speakers.
Alumni supply corporate projects and mentor students in connection with the Real Estate Project Class. Real Estate Student Career Breakfasts and the Alumni Mentorship program provide other opportunities for alumni to meet with and advise current students.
Alumni provide valuable career advice to students and are a key recruiter of our talent. They are also an important supporter of student fellowships and scholarships, ensuring that Columbia Business School continues to attract the best and brightest students.
Alumni also work with standing and adjunct faculty on case development and writing; serve as a crucial source of funding and specialized information for research projects, and provide country insight and contacts to help plan meetings for the annual Chazen International Real Estate Study Trip.
Read more on how to get involved with the MBA Real Estate Program.
Wednesday, April 23Paul Milstein Center Real Estate Career Breakfast: Shannon Bauer ’07 of Vornado Realty Trust
Thursday, May 8Annual Real Estate Alumni Reception
Distinguished Alumni Voices
Hugh Frater ’85
Chief Executive Officer, Berkadia,
Hugh Frater ’85 discusses business strategy and opportunities, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS), and career development.
Nancy Lashine ’81
Managing Partner and Founder, Park Madison Partners
Nancy Lashine ’81 shares insights from more than 25 years of real estate experience providing placement and strategic consulting services.
Jeffrey Barclay ’83
Managing Director, Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Jeffrey Barclay ’83 discusses challenges and opportunities for real estate investors.