We value the art of engagement by being actively involved in finding solutions for the world’s most pressing issues. At the Center, we regularly host forums involving diverse panels of experts and we invite the public to participate as the audience. This provides a base of interaction between the experts and the audience to establish possible solutions to issues like climate change, environment conservation, youth empowerment and food security.
Columbia Global Centers around the world have identified hundreds of virtual internships throughout their partner networks. Despite travel restrictions, students can still find a rewarding opportunity as a global intern doing important work. Click here for a list of opportunities and click here to apply.
This was the second session from our ‘Healthy Cities’ webinar series that focused on air pollution especially in sub- Saharan Africa.
'Down River Road', an independent print and online journal.was the fifth book in our African book talk series. With this series, we hope to offer a platform where African writers can engage a global audience, offering not just their work, but exciting perspectives on how personal, political, and cultural experiences drive their storytelling.
Africa - China Relations: The Geopolitical and Economic Impact on Africans and Chinese with Prof. Howard French
Kali Live! Presents...Zimbabwean-South African Author Panashe Chigumadzi in conversation with Nanjala Nyabola
College Admission in the USA- How to Prepare for Master Level Studies and the Transition to a Skilled Worker
College Admission in the United States- Student Life and Well-Being in the USA– How to Cope and Build Connections
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