From the Center

Writing Indian Stories for The World

How has the pandemic made us rethink ideas of home and the possibilities of global movement? What are the risks, anxieties and opportunities unearthed in its wake, and how will they inform writers and future works of fiction? 

How has the pandemic made us rethink ideas of home and the possibilities of global movement? What are the risks, anxieties and opportunities unearthed in its wake, and how will they inform writers and future works of fiction? 

Every year, Indian students form the University’s second largest cohort of international students. Given this deep interest among Indian students in applying to the Ivy League institution, the Center partnered with the Columbia School of Journalism and the Graduate School for Architecture, Planning and Preservation to offer relevant and timely information to prospective students through interactive information sessions.

What makes a startup investment-ready? Achieving product-market fit while maintaining good customer relationships and growing in different geographies/markets ensures investment readiness. 

A moral compass, epitomized by caring for the sick with compassion, is one of the essential building blocks of an effective healthcare system, remarked Vikram Patel, Pershing Square Professor of Global Health at Harvard Medical School.

Asia contributes 59% of the global TB caseload with the African region ranking second with 26% of the total burden. To understand the current status of TB and discuss recent advances in research and control, Columbia Global Centers Mumbai and Nairobi organized a panel discussion with leading experts on the topic from India, Kenya and the US.

Healthy ecosystems support livelihood security, combat climate change and prevent species’ mass extinction. Unfortunately, in the last century, the world has lost no less than 30% of its forests and 35% of its wetlands.

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