Education plays a central role at the Columbia Global Centers | Nairobi. It is the basis on which the Center brings together academics from local institutions and those from Columbia University. Education programming leads to the exchange of ideas and transfer of knowledge. It also enhances enlightenment through understanding of the constantly changing global trends and seeking viable solutions. Some areas of collaboration are in the fields of science, arts, technology, business and engineering.
A group of 30 MBA students from Columbia University’s-Chazen Institute of Global Business visited Nairobi to conduct a field study on the private enterprise in Kenya. The group was on hand to learn from key business figures including Dr. James Mwangi, Chief Executive Office-Equity Bank of Kenya. Dr. Mwangi took the team through the bank’s story that spans over 25 years that involves bold leadership, change and innovation in the banking sector.
Columbia Global Centers-Nairobi, in partnership with the No-Boundaries Committee, held the 2018/2019 No-Boundaries International Art Exhibitions to foster global awareness and social responsibility in young citizens around the world. The exhibition hosted children who had submitted their art work along the theme of ‘One Tree, Once City’. The Art on display was from Kenya, Brazil, China, USA and France.
On December 4th 2018, Dr.
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