Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul is part of a network of 10 global centers of Columbia University in New York, one of the world's leading academic institutions. The centers serve as knowledge hubs that aim to educate and inspire through research, dialogue, and action. They advance understanding, facilitate partnerships, and build the bridges necessary to tackle our changing world.
Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul was established in 2011 to serve as a hub for Columbia University’s programs and initiatives that relate to Turkey and the region. Since its inception, the Istanbul Center has embarked on a wide range of programs, including key issues of our times: from refugee health to gender equality; entrepreneurship to arts and culture; politics of memory to archaeology, civil society to sustainability.
Turkey in 2023: Elections, Earthquakes, and The Quest for a New Direction
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS
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