They are Verónica Undurraga (LAW'95), Sebastián Soto (LAW'07), and Domingo Lovera (LAW'07). 

The Tunis Center hosted a discussion, in partnership with Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul, with Dr. Mostafa Minawi around his most recent book.

The EC-Africa program upskills mid-sized African companies and helps them grow their businesses in today’s global environment.

"This Rio Center internship is a great chance to excel and push me out of my local context to approach the global context."

The Nairobi Center addresses the mental health needs of youth living in informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya - a region often forgotten.

Schools included law, arts, business, journalism, climate, professional studies, health, international and public affairs, and Teachers College.

"I have learned how to do market research, overcome language barriers and uncover not-readily-available information."

Installing British artist Kate Daudy's "Honey Window" at Reid Hall.

Columbia Global is pleased to announce the integration of the Committee on Global Thought into its diverse portfolio.

The Tunis Center hosted Lisa Anderson, the James T Shotwell Professor Emerita of International Relations at Columbia University's SIPA. 

This event is jointly organized by Columbia Global Centers I Tunis, L'Académie Tunisienne Beit al-Hikma-المجمع التونسي بيت الحكمة and CEMAT.

The Mumbai Center partnered with Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy to discuss the policy ecosystem required for India’s energy transition.

Alumni and their families visited the National Maritime Museum, the Navy Club and an historic 19th-century house in Valparaíso.

"Looking back on my college experience at Columbia University, I can confidently say that the journey has been nothing short of transformative."

This workshop is co-organized by Columbia Global Centers | Tunis, hosted both at CGC Tunis premises and at CEMAT's.