Athens News

Stefanos Gandolfo named director of Columbia Global Center Athens.

A total of 41 projects have been selected for their exceptional proposals and potential to address complex global issues. 

Applications are now available for a fellowship offered this fall at our Centers in Amman, Nairobi and Santiago for early-career scholars.

The one-week program is open to undergraduate and graduate students to explore the history and culture of Athens.

Athens Center announces grant opportunity to support Greek medical oncologist for one-year clinical research position at Columbia.

The scholarship provides accepted students with full tuition from participating schools and support for non-tuition expenses from Columbia Global.

The director will provide strategic leadership, academic leadership, intellectual vision and management oversight for operations in Chile.

Columbia Global to highlight World Refugee Day and the plight of millions around the world forced to flee their homelands.

Columbia Global is pleased to announce the integration of the Committee on Global Thought into its diverse portfolio.

As people around the globe celebrate World Press Freedom Day today, May 3, one of the cornerstones of democracy is under threat in many countries.

Growing up in a refugee community in Pakistan, Shabnam Fayyaz never dreamed that years later she would graduate from Columbia University.

A look back at the global impact of Columbia faculty research through this innovative fund.