Columbia Business School Names New Vice Dean for Teaching
The Columbia School of Business (CBS) recently named a new vice dean for teaching in an effort to help support innovative instruction by faculty members. Professor Mark Broadie will assume this inaugural role beginning on September 1st.
Currently the research director for the Program for Financial Studies and a professor of business in the decision, risk and operations division, Broadie will work to strengthen content links within and across courses in his new role as teaching vice dean. He will also focus on increasing faculty collaboration around teaching and on drawing ideas from faculty research into the classroom. Finally, he will lead the efforts of the Arthur J. Samberg Institute for Teaching Excellence and act as a teaching mentor.
“We should celebrate the chance to use ideas from our faculty members’ cutting-edge scholarship to invigorate teaching at the school,” CBS Dean Glenn Hubbard said in a statement announcing Broadie’s appointment. “I believe that seizing these opportunities will enhance Columbia’s standing as a thought leader in business education,” he continued, noting Broadie’s strong record of scholarship, collaboration and teaching excellence.
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