An exhibition on mapping the River Ganga organized by Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai from 18-27 August, 2017. The exhibition was a curated excerpt of extensive fieldwork – spanning a decade – by Anthony Accivatti of Columbia University.
A lecture by Dr. Veena Srinivasan, Fellow, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE).
Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai brought together experts from Columbia University in New York, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, and more to discuss one of the most hyper-engineered landscapes of the world, The River Ganga: India’s Iconic Water
Dr. Neeraj Kaushal, Professor of Social Policy and Chair of Doctoral Programs at the School of Social Work, Columbia University, discusses international migration after Brexit, Brussels, and Trump.
Lecture on 'Demystifying Science, Making Groundwater Accessible in India' by Dr. Himanshu Kulkarni, Founder Trustee and Executive Director of Advanced Center for Water Resources Development and Management (ACWADAM).
A masterclass on Indian cinema with award-winning actress Konkona Sensharma, who has starred in over 40 feature films in Bengali, English and Hindi.The session was organized on May 23, 2017 as part of a summer program for Columbia undergraduates.
In this lecture on May 8, 2017 Dr. Pinki Mondal from Columbia University, shares how she has been using satellite images from the past 27 years to understand changes in mangroves along the coast of Sierra Leone in West Africa.
Together with the Columbia Alumni Association of Mumbai, we gave a warm send-off to students starting their journey at Columbia this year.
Dr. Athanasios Bourtsalas, Adjunct Professor at the Earth and Environmental Engineering Department, Columbia University, presents research findings on the level of municipal solid waste management achieved by different countries.
Katherine Alfredo, Adjunct Associate Research Scientist, Columbia University, presents her case study focusing on drinking water treatment facilities in some rural areas of Maharashtra.
A lecture by Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Director, CSIR-NEERI, on the potential for greywater recycling, decentralized technology solutions, and learning from wastewater treatments implemented at the community and institutional level.
Professor Sheldon Pollock answers the question "What is Indian Knowledge Good For?" as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series at the Mumbai Center.