Vision & History
The Arthur J. Samberg Institute for Teaching Excellence was founded in 2002 with a generous grant from the late Arthur J. Samberg ’67, who was chairman of Pequot Capital Management, Inc. and a long-time member of the Columbia Business School Board of Overseers.
Charged with promoting teaching excellence throughout the School, the Samberg Institute offers programs and resources to support faculty development, curriculum integration and teaching innovation.
The Samberg Institute reflects Columbia Business School’s commitment to strengthening teaching quality while building community. Distinguished faculty members and professional consultants in partnership with the Samberg Institute team members lead development workshops, coach individuals, and offer feedback on teaching skills and course content.
Arthur J. Samberg Institute For Teaching Excellence
Columbia Business School
665 W. 130th St, Kravis 580
New York, NY 10027
Jonah Rockoff, Senior Vice Dean for Curriculum and Programs, Paul Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Business Responsibility
Marilena Botoulas, Associate Dean for Curriculum and Programs
Michelle V. Hall, Managing Director
Jerry Wonyong Kim, Director
Angie Lee, Director of Learning Platforms & Innovation
Keri Ashkenazy, Associate Director of Teaching Excellence
Crystal Dow, Associate Director of Curriculum
Emily Marquez, Assistant Director
Richard Tran, Assistant Director of Instructional Design
Terry Houston, Coordinator