Alumni Events Calendar

CAA New Jersey | Job Search Panel Discussion Dinner

East Hanover, NJ
We cordially invite you to join us and our friends at the Wharton Alumni Club of NJ for an informative job search discussion dinner at the Hanover Manor September 25th, from 6pm - 9pm. Screen_Shot_2018-08-13_at_12.25.53_PM.png Job Search in a Full-Employment Economy: A Panel Discussion The headlines are replete with the fact that US economy has attained full employment. That’s great if you have a job, but what if you’re (re-)entering the workforce, in transition, or seeking to change jobs? Could full employment actually be an impediment, as more people apply for the same positions? What should you be doing? Our panel of experts will discuss the current hiring environment and options, tools and techniques that today’s job seeker should be aware of and use to find that next, hopefully ideal, position. The panel includes: Allen Geller – Managing Director, Raines International Marty Latman – Managing Partner, Latman Advisory Services Ina Rose – Founder, Passion4PeopleConsulting Attendees will leave this session with practical knowledge that can be applied to their job searches. Please join us for this timely and important discussion at The Hanover Manor. slide_5_1.563bb5ea515d0bd3552de7907efb31e61.jpg Agenda: 6:00 – 7:15 pm – Registration, dinner and networking 7:15 – 7:30 pm – Club Business 7:30 – 8:30 pm – Program and Q&A 8:30 – 9:00 pm – Additional Networking

CAA Columbia Fiction Foundry | September Workshop Session

Columbia Fiction Foundry’s workshop session.

CAA: Houston: Annual Celebration feat. James Keyes

Please join the Columbia Business School for their annual Worldwide Celebration event, featuring keynote speaker James Keyes ('80) on September 26th at 6PM. Please read more about Mr. Keyes in the bio section below. The event will be held at the private home of Daniel & Giovanna Carter in the Rice Village neighborhood of Houston; address will be shared with RSVP'd attendees. Please note that Columbia University Alumni who did not graduate from the Business School are welcome to attend. Refreshments and bites will be served.

CAA DC | How Companies Turn Their Workers into Lobbyists

Washington, DC
Employers are increasingly recruiting their workers into politics to change elections and public policy-sometimes in coercive ways. Using a diverse array of evidence, including national surveys of workers and employers, as well as in-depth interviews with top corporate managers, Professor Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, explains why mobilization of workers has become an appealing corporate political strategy in recent decades.

CAA NorCal | Santa Clara: Commonwealth Club features Columbia Alum

Unpublished
Santa Clara Convention Center Theatre

CAA NorCal | Commonwealth Club features Columbia Alum Kai Fu Lee

Santa Clara, CA
How will artificial intelligence change our future? And who is leading the AI race—the United States or China? Kai-Fu Lee outlines the impact that AI will have not just on blue-collar industries but white-collar professionals.

CAA Paris | Columbia Sounds S. Ginsburgh

Paris, France
Stephan Ginsburgh, piano.

CAA BAC | Dinner and Discussion: Gerrard P. Bushell, PhD

New York, NY
Th., Sept. 27 | 6:00 - 8:00 PM Columbia Alumni Center 622 W. 113th St., NYC Please join us for a delicious dinner, from Dinosaur BBQ, and career discussion with Columbia alumnus Gerrard P. Bushell, Ph.D., '83CC '91GSAS '94GSAS. Appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo in 2015, Dr. Bushell is President & CEO of the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY). He leads one of the nation’s top issuers of infrastructure financing, and infrastructure project management. Prior to DASNY, Dr. Bushell was as an accomplished investment advisor counseling some of the nation’s leading institutional investors on private and public investment strategies. He also served as a key senior advisor to the former New York State Comptroller, H. Carl McCall, consulting on state and local government issues, and pension investments across all asset classes, including real estate, and private equity. Event Cost: $5 undergraduates; $15 grad students & recent alumni ’08-’18; $25 alumni & guests. Includes dinner.