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"Lest We Forget: A Doctor's Experience with Life and Death During the Ebola Outbreak"
Book talk Aug. 31, in Nairobi and online
2022 President’s Global Innovation Fund Winners
Nine faculty from across Columbia University awarded grants
for unique interdisciplinary research projects addressing global issues
ANOBO International Children's Tech and Art Exhibition
Through Oct. 7 in Beijing
Wafaa El-Sadr Appointed EVP for Columbia Global
Watch Chile at Crossroads: Finding its Path to Inclusive Development, with Chile's Finance Minister Mario Marcel
Students' experiences in their own words
Teachers College Foreign Language Teacher Education Project
Through December 2022 in Tunis
The Global Centers aim to build the necessary bridges to enable partnerships, academics, research, and educational experiences that support the Columbia community and regional stakeholders as they tackle today's complex global challenges.
Launched in March 2013 by President Lee C. Bollinger, the President’s Global Innovation Fund offers support for faculty to develop projects and research collaborations within and across the University’s nine Columbia Global Centers, to increase global opportunities for research, teaching, and service.
ABTS featuring "Lest We Forget: A Doctor's Experience with Life and Death During the Ebola Outbreak," by Kwan Kew Lai
Nicole Newham, Assistant Director of Admissions at Columbia Business School (CBS), visited Chile in August to offer prospective students informatio
Teaching in the 21st Century, the third module of the TC-Tunisia Project 2022, kicked off on May 20 and concluded on July 29.
Rodrigo Carrasco, GSAS’13, has taken on a new position at Universidad Católica’s (UC) School of Engineering.