Dr. Cindy Pace a lecturer and inaugural faculty member in the Human Capital Management Master’s program at Columbia University and the Global Chief Diversity & Inclusion officer at MetLife. Cindy is expert on multicultural identities, purpose and inclusiveness in organizational leadership. As a scholar practitioner, Cindy integrates academic research and theory into practical application that helps solve complex diversity and leadership challenges resulting in an empowered and thriving workplace and marketplace.
Our director Thomas Trebat was invited by O GLOBO newspaper to talk about the minister's Abraham Weintraub proposal to change the model of the Single Legal Regime (RJU)
This fall, Columbia Global Centers I Paris will present a series of film screenings and discussions with artists who are re-appropriating representations and narratives of minority experiences, particularly those tied to the Black Atlantic Diaspora.
The Nature of Sound is a series exploring the diverse sound worlds of contemporary music. The three concerts present American composer-performers renowned for their inventive and virtuosic artistic practices in electronic and acoustic composition, sound art, and improvisation.
The ECLA Program at Columbia Business School is exclusively for entrepreneurs from mid-sized Latin American companies seeking to expand and better compete in today’s global environment.
Denis C. Dyce, CC '89, remembers her adventures as a "Jamerican in Paris" at Reid Hall in 1988.
“Meeting with the teachers and the youth was equal parts heartbreaking and inspiring. The commitment to education and the role they see education playing in their lives is significant, though not without its challenges. One young man that we met from South Sudan had already completed primary education successfully in South Sudan, but since he had to flee without his papers, he is starting again in the Accelerated Education Programme. He appeared determined to persevere,” Prof. Mary Mendenhall says