The fourth event of the cycle focused on territorial development and decentralization and featured two Columbia graduates.

Speakers provided valuable insights into urban resilience in the face of climate change and seismic threats.

The week-long Spanish taught workshop will take place between March 18 and 23, 2024 in Santiago, Chile. Applications close on December 15. 

An MOU was signed by both university presidents with the mission of collaborating in climate change, global health, among other fields.

The director will provide strategic leadership, academic leadership, intellectual vision and management oversight for operations in Chile.

Dean Jeff Shaman visited Chile to take part in several activities and explore the establishment of a “Climate Initiative” at the Santiago Center.

CGC | Nairobi hosts Columbia Law School's information session on the two pathways to earning an LL.M. degree. 

The event held on campus in October critically examined the enduring impact of 20th-century Latin American dictatorships.

Growing global interest in Africa as the Columbia Global Collaboratory - Africa series, attracts 44 students from 13 countries.

CGC Nairobi's new-found partnership with Kwani? Open Mic, striving to address societal issues through spoken word and poetry.

Faculty members, postdoctoral and doctoral students are invited to submit proposals for climate-related research in Brazil, focusing on Rio.

Climate Week brought together leading voices in academia, policy, activism and industry on campus in September.

A physician and public health researcher and leader, Zaoutis comes to this position after leading the Greek National Public Health Organization.