The Community-Family Integration Teams is a collaborative effort between researchers from the Columbia University School of Social Work, the Ministry of Social Development (MoSD), the United Nation
In association with visits by prominent Columbia University faculty members and international academics, the Center hosts regular public lectures for members of the community to engage with scholar
The Center is working with Columbia’s School of Continuing Education to offer a college preparatory program for 20 rising 12th grade students from the Middle East who plan to attend university in t
SEE-U is a five-week education program intended to provide Columbia undergraduates with a global understanding of ecology and environmental sustainability, and the opportunity to conduct fieldwork
Led by Lila Abu Lughod, Professor of Anthropology and Women's and Gender Studies at CU, the workshop was held at the Center in Amman in April, 2011.
The Center plans to establish an economic and policy research unit within its Jordan premises to primarily support decision-making and provide scientific input to the reforms being dictated by the
In coordination with the Mailman School of Public Health (MSPH) at Columbia University, the Center is formalizing the establishment of a program in Public Health, which will provide technical suppo
The Research Roundtable Initiative is a collaborative community of research centers in Jordan.
The Center established its foundation in research, with support from the Ministry of Higher Education’s Scientific Research Fund, by establishing the Visiting Scholars and Fellows Program, a unique
One of the Center’s first major initiatives—pre-dating the official launch in March 2009—was helping establish the Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA), an indep
In alliance with the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), the Center hosted the executive education program Strategic Leadership for approximately 40 regional business leaders in
The Center has established the Institute for Scholars, a unique program to host up to 12 visiting scholars and fellows in Amman.