Adjunct Instructor in Management
MBA, Columbia University, 1986
BA, Princeton University, 1977
Robert M. Tufts is a former major league baseball player with a degree in Economics from Princeton University, an MBA in Finance from Columbia University School of Business and over twenty years of experience working on Wall Street. He has also taught or lectured at numerous universities and conducted baseball clinics in the United States and Israel. Bob is a cancer survivor and is the co-founder of My Life Is Worth It, a not for profit that lobbies for patient and doctor access and choice in medical care.
Entrepreneurship Management Sports Marketing Baseball Labor and Social History Health Care
American Association All Star, 1982 AAA Rolaids Relief Award, 1982 Pacific Coast League all Star, 1981 Texas League All Star, 1979 Silver Glove Award, 1979
Columnist whose works have appeared in Examiner.com, the Huffington Post and the Journal of the American Medical Association in addition to numerous major American newspapers
Beren campus - 215 Lexington Ave