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Columbia Business School Appoints Eight New Faculty Members

Columbia Business School recently announced the addition of eight new professors for the 2009-10 school year. Specializing in a variety of academic divisions, each new faculty member will hold the title of assistant professor and has a wealth of knowledge and experience to contribute to the MBA program.

“We are very pleased to have such distinguished professors join Columbia Business School,” said Vice Dean and Samberg Faculty Director Amir Ziv. “Our ability to attract the most talented faculty is critical to our mission to educate and develop business leaders and to create the knowledge and tools that advance the practice of management.”

Two new faculty members will teach within the Management division; two will specialize in Decision, Risk, and Operations; two will join the Accounting program; and the final two will contribute their expertise to Finance and Economics.  Here is a complete rundown of who has been hired:

-Modupe Akinola (Management division)
-Omar Besbes (Decision, Risk and Operations division)
-Edwige Cheynel (Accounting division)
-Moshe Cohen (Finance and Economics division)
-Marina Halac (Finance and Economics division)
-Urooj Khan (Accounting division)
-Ernesto Reuben (Management division)
-Carri Chan (Risk and Operations division)
 
For detailed bios of the new faculty, click here.

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One Comment

  1. It is a good news for the students who want to join Columbia Business School. Looks like they are trying to expand the number of students.

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