Hillary Rodham Clinton to Teach at Columbia University

Hillary Rodham Clinton, former First Lady of the United States, former U.S. senator from the State of New York, former U.S. Secretary of State, and the only woman to win a major nomination for President of the United States, is joining Columbia University in New York City as professor of practice at the School of International and Public Affairs and presidential fellow at Columbia World Projects.

At the School of International and Public Affairs, which focuses on global politics and policy, Clinton will work closely with senior faculty and administrators on a variety of major initiatives and engage with students in the classroom starting in the 2023-2024 academic year. In her role with Columbia World Projects, Clinton will explore the fundamental questions on how to advance efforts to renew democracy and foster effective engagements with women and youth in this country and around the world.

“I am honored to join Columbia University, and the School of International and Public Affairs and Columbia World Projects,” said Clinton. “Columbia’s commitment to educating the next generation of U.S. and global policy leaders, translating insights into impact, and helping to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges resonates personally with me. I look forward to contributing to these efforts.”

Clinton is a graduate of Wellesley College in Massachusetts and Yale Law School.

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