The Santiago Center, SIPA’s CGEP, and Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez’ Business School led a roundtable to address the region’s complexities.
The Institute, chaired by former Secretary Hillary Clinton, is a hub to connect leading policymakers, political leaders, and scholars.
Ocampo called for reforms of global, regional and subregional support networks to generate greater impact in developing countries.
The goal is to expand on the exchange program with the University's Research Center on Society and Health.
Thanks to the efforts of Columbia faculty, Kirberg managed to escape the Pinochet regime and start over as a free man.
He will co-teach a course on jurisprudence and current challenges of the International Court of Justice.
Columbia faculty are encouraged to submit research proposals that address issues related to urban sustainability, the green economy and land use.
Representatives from CGEP met with government specialists and NGOs to discuss development of minerals critical for the global energy transition.
A look back at the global impact of Columbia faculty research through this innovative fund.
Leading the trip will be Chilean alumna Antonia Samur (SIPA’18), from the National Center for Disaster Preparedness.
The event was the third in a series of panels focused on urban regeneration organized by Sebastián Salas, GSAPP'22.