When you joined Columbia Business School, you joined a lifetime network spread across the globe. We are pleased to offer ways to nurture the relationships you made here, as well as ongoing learning opportunities, clubs, and other ways to get involved with CBS after graduation.
100/50: Embracing Our Legacy
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first matriculated Black student, Theodora Rutherford, Class of 1924, and the 50th anniversary of the Black Business Students Association.
A New Vision of the Digital Future
Columbia Business School’s Digital Future Initiative (DFI) recently introduced four specialized labs that will draw on faculty expertise to tackle the most significant topics in the digital future: the algorithmic economy, the emerging world of decentralized finance, how technology is affecting people in organizations, and technology’s impact on media and entertainment.
Read about exciting happenings in and around Columbia Business School in our alumni newsletter. We highlight cutting-edge thought leadership, alumni making an impact around the world, and upcoming events and recaps on past programming, in case you missed it.
Alumni Edge is pleased to launch the latest iteration of Columbia Business School’s Lifelong Learning platform offered exclusively to our alumni. Join thousands of CBS alumni who have leveraged these courses to move their careers forward.
CBS Five after Five
Interested in sharing your professional experience and wisdom over dinner in New York City with a select group of five current CBS students? Consider applying to Five After Five, a Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) program connecting recent alumni with current students!
Reunion 2023 featured intellectual programming alongside networking and social events. Special to 2023, we hosted All Roads Lead Home, a 4A Homecoming event in partnership with the African American Alumni Association on Sunday, June 4, to commemorate the School’s 100/50 milestone.