Pictured above: Gabriel Metzger, Julia Zweig, Todd Jick, Julie Joseph, and Amanda Zhang
CaseWorks Student Fellows Program
Students interested in case development may work with Business School faculty to research and write a case. With the permission of faculty, students may also receive independent study credit for their work. CaseWorks provides editorial and formatting guidance to any student engaged in case development and, with faculty approval, student-written cases may be included in the published CaseWorks case collection.
Second year MBA students may also apply to join the Columbia CaseWorks Student Fellows Program, although participation in this Program is not a prerequisite for case development. An open information session will be held in the fall. Students may submit case proposals on a rolling basis through the first semester.
Below are samples of recently completed Student Fellows cases:
Anheuser-Busch InBev and ZX Ventures: Thirst for Self-Disruption by Dave Olstein'18 and Professor Todd Jick.
Kingo: Growth Opportunities in Off-Grid Renewable Energy by Kyle Van Decker'18 and Professor Bruce Usher.
Responding to the Oil Industry Downturn: Challenges to Debt Restructuring in the UAE by Matt Jarzemsky'18 and Professor Pierre Yared.
Investing in Financial Inclusion & the Bottom of the Pyramid by Sam Michelman'17 and Professor Bruce Usher.
Click here for a full list of CaseWorks Student Fellows' cases and teaching notes.