Columbia University Chaplain Jewelnel Davis recently spent a week in Rio de Janeiro, following her trip to Chile.
Columbia University has announced the second Request for Proposals for the President’s Global Innovation Fund.
Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger has announced plans to provide grants to faculty members to leverage and engage Columbia’s Global Center network.
The ceremony took place at the Guanabara Palace, home of the governor of Rio de Janeiro state, where President Lee C. Bollinger launched the eighth global center of the network exactly a year ago.
The Columbia Global Center| Rio de Janeiro is pleased to inform you of a recent agreement with the State of Rio de Janeiro through the State´s research funding agency, known as FAPERJ.
The Rio Center and ENAP – Brazil´s National School of Public Administration are evaluating possibilities of collaborations between ENAP and Columbia University.
Dr. Thomas J. Trebat, Director of the Columbia Global Centers | Rio de Janeiro, has signed an agreement with Rio de Janeiro's State Finance Secretary, to allow researchers from Columbia University to use the data on tax revenue.
From March 15 to 20, the Columbia Global Centers | Rio de Janeiro had the pleasure to welcome a group from Barnard College in Rio de Janeiro.
José Moya, Director of the Barnard College Forum on Migration and Director of the Institue of Latin American Studies at Columbia University, came to Brazil on a research duty.
Barry Bergdoll, Meyer Schapiro Professor of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University and Curator of Architecture at the Museu of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, came to Rio de Janeiro for a week in July.