Will Hill ‘prof’ it?
Hillary Clinton’s next stop could be Columbia University, sources told The Post.
“She’s been in discussions about a professorship, but nothing has been locked down,” a friend of the exsecretary of state said Thursday.
She would likely lead seminars on issues important to her.
The Ivy League university in upper Manhattan has been a friendly landing pad for other Democrats who have lost elections. Al Gore became a professor at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism a year after losing the 2000 presidential election to George W. Bush.
Former Mayor David Dinkins, hired as a Columbia prof after losing his re-election bid to Rudy Giuliani in 1993, said he’d be happy to see Clinton in Morningside Heights.
A rep for Clinton did not return messages, and a Columbia spokesman declined to comment.