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Haskins Giving Society Award Dinner 2017

Haskins Giving Society Award Dinner

Each year, Stern honors its most generous and loyal donors with an evening of celebration at the Haskins Giving Society Award Dinner. The Haskins Giving Society, an exclusive network of business leaders who share a dedication to the School and its alumni network, is named after Stern’s founding dean, Charles Waldo Haskins, and represents its namesake’s commitment to business and public service.

The 2017 Haskins Giving Society Award Dinner took place at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Tuesday, April 18, honoring alumnus Philip L. Milstein, MBA '74. Click here to read more and view highlight's from this year's Dinner.

Philip Milstein This year’s dinner honored alumnus and Board of Overseers member, Philip L. Milstein, MBA ’74. Philip Milstein is a longtime supporter of Stern, having given generously to support scholarships, professorships, and the annual fund, and serving as one of the initial funders of Stern’s Center for Real Estate and Finance Research. He and his wife, Cheryl, recently established the Philip and Cheryl Milstein Opportunity Scholarship which will provide full need financial assistance to two high achieving, low income students of the Undergraduate College, beginning in Fall 2017.

Philip Milstein is Principal of Ogden CAP Properties, LLC. In addition to his success in business, Philip's name is synonymous with philanthropy in New York City. He serves on the Board and Executive Committee of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the Board of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, the Board and Chair of the Audit Committee of the Marcus Corporation, and the Board of the 92nd Street Y. He was elected to the Columbia University Board of Trustees in 1996 and is a Trustee Emeritus, in addition to serving as Vice-Chair of CUMC Board of Advisors and chair of the Capital Planning Committee.
The Haskins Giving Society is essential to Stern’s success. To learn more about Haskins, your gift’s impact, and membership benefits, please visit our Haskins page or call (212) 998-4161.​