Thanks to a generous gift from the family of the late Sakıp Sabancı, Columbia University has created the Sakıp Sabancı Chair and Center for Turkish Studies. As the first center for Turkish Studies in the United States named for its benefactor, the Sakıp Sabancı Center will forge a new era of scholarly collaborations between Sabancı University and Columbia University and also the two countries.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey, Professor Katharina Pistor’s Center on Global Legal Transformation at Columbia University and Professor Fikret Adaman of Boğaziçi University will be joined by distinguished scholars from Turkey in a roundtable discussion that will look at the dynamics of ensuring access to essential resources.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey and Ashoka co-hosted a roundtable on "Social Innovation in Higher Education" in the context of the 1st "Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship Summit" in Istanbul. The summit, co-hosted by BMW Foundation, took place at SALT Galata, on October 24. 2013.
The Advisory Board of Columbia Global Centers | Turkey held its inaugural meeting on June 7, 2012.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey organized the third Istanbul trip/block week of Columbia Business School Executive MBA program which took place on May 7 to 11, when Professor Bogachan Celen was in Istanbul with his 40 students.
Izzet Kebudi, a Turkish student at Columbia University and a member of SEAS Class of 2019, has been elected the Senator of School of Engineering and Applied Science
Izzet Kebudi, a Turkish student at Columbia University and a member of SEAS Class of 2019, has been elected the Senator of School of Engineering and Applied Science by the votes of undergraduate engineers and will represent undergraduate SEAS at the University Senate for two academic years
The Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life (IRCPL) at Columbia University is requesting paper proposals to present for its conference series “Pluralism in Emergenc(i)es: Movement, Space, and Religious Difference,” which will convene first in Amman and then in Tunis.
Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul welcomes applications for the position of Program Officer. This is a stimulating and intellectually challenging role with considerable growth potential, ideal for a versatile, committed and energetic person with an interest in working at the intersection of higher education and civil society.
Qualified and interested candidates are kindly requested to send a cover letter and CV by October 24, 2016 to: Gülden Çolakel, Administrative Officer, email@example.com.