Former United States First Lady and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been appointed Professor of Practice at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.
Hillary is also a Presidential Fellow at Columbia World Projects. President Clinton congratulated his wife and CU shortly after Columbia University President Lee Bollinger made the announcement.
The university announced Thursday that Hillary would become a professor next month, “Given her extraordinary talents and abilities along with her unique life experiences, Hillary Clinton is unique and, more importantly, exceptional in what she can bring to research and development missions of the University. teaching, together with public service and commitment to the public good”.
The President, congratulating Hillary, said in his Twitter handle, “Very proud of the new professor at Columbia. And by the way, I’m waiting if anyone needs help grading the papers…”
Hillary, who will take up her new role on February 1, 2023, will work alongside Sipa Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo and other senior faculty on a “variety of important initiatives,” Bollinger added.
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