Barnard’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies is adding a management track to its Athena Mastermind program this semester.
Columbia entrepreneurs may soon have access to a permanent collaborative space on campus, following the success of a summer lab space.
Columbia should promote originality and problem solving by promoting entrepreneurship.
The quantum of ‘reality’ and ‘unreality’ is decided by how much you believe in what you are doing.
More than 500 young entrepreneurs came out to the two-day conference, organized almost entirely by Columbia graduate students, to hear 46 speakers from different backgrounds discuss the continent’s potential for entrepreneurship.
Alize Beal and Tiffany Bender, both 23, co-founded Youth Under New Guidance Harlem, a burgeoning nonprofit that seeks to end violence and promote education among Harlem youth.
Innovation should have its own space at Columbia.
Jumping in at the deep end of publishing is hard to justify but the right decision.
The Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center held a workshop Tuesday morning to inform Harlem small-business owners about ways to access loans and credit.
Omar Haroun, Law/Business ‘12, co-founded Sportaneous, an app that allows people to find and propose local group fitness activities at a moment’s notice. The app was released in New York earlier this year, and now has hundreds of users—including Columbia students.
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