Part of our education is learning to make tough choices when faced with myriad options.
Columbia Business School
David Simon, Business ’85, donated $5 million toward the construction of the Business School’s planned buildings on the Manhattanville campus.
Jack Dorsey, chair of Twitter and CEO of Square, doled out advice to aspiring Columbia entrepreneurs in Roone Arledge Auditorium on Monday.
The gift joins Henry Kravis’ $100 million contribution in 2010 as the largest in the school’s history.
The curriculum of Peartree Preschool, opening this fall is not created far in advance of class. Instead, teachers will observe the children and expand their knowledge based on the interests they show.
Columbia is not immune to the criticisms of Occupy Wall Street.
The Business School ethics controversy shows that students should be wary of self-censorship.
Look further down the road toward a better business education.
This isn’t the first time Henry Kravis has given back to the Business School, but this $100 million gift is by far his largest contribution.
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