The Prague Freedom Foundation, in cooperation with Zaostreno o.p.s. and Pro Publica, organizes a two-week intensive summer program, which will be hosted in Istanbul by Columbia Global Centers | Turkey.
The Office of the University Chaplain’s Kraft Global Fellows Program is an initiative of the Kraft Family Fund for Intercultural and Interfaith Awareness. At designated academic breaks, the Kraft Global Fellows Program will support up to five students who have a clear outlined research proposal to travel to one of the Columbia Global Centers as a team to conduct research for a particular set of questions or inquiries. Generally, Chaplain Davis will serve as Program Director and will be present for some portion of the time.
Students in New York and Istanbul are simultaneously taking “The World Responds to the Greeks,” an undergraduate seminar co-taught by Prof. Dimitrios Antoniou at Columbia and Prof. Matthew Gumpert at Boğaziçi University. The course is part of the ongoing Columbia Global Seminar on Byzantine and Modern Encounters, originally offered in 2015 by Profs. Karen Van Dyck and Martha Howell. Prof. Gumpert was on campus as the semester began, and Prof. Antoniou will be in Istanbul for the final week of classes.
Columbia University and Boğaziçi University’s joint summer program is now underway, offering a group of students from both universities a unique opportunity to learn about the history, urban development and historic monuments of Byzantion/Constantinople/Istanbul.
Summer Sessions at Columbia offer access to undergraduate and graduate-level courses and certificate programs in over 50 subject areas. The Summer Sessions have classes for students already enrolled in degree programs, students looking to improve their knowledge in anticipation of applying for higher education programs, and professionals who want to move towards the next step in their career.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey organized the third Istanbul trip/block week of Columbia Business School Executive MBA program which took place on May 7 to 11, when Professor Bogachan Celen was in Istanbul with his 40 students.
Columbia Global Seminar on Byzantine and Modern Greek Encounters Opens with Orientations at the Global Center and Studio-X Istanbul
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey is delighted to welcome four Columbia College students and Professors Martha Howell and Karen Van Dyck to Istanbul for a new semester-long course now being taught at Boğaziçi University. The program opened with an orientation given by Columbia Global Centers | Turkey, introducing students to the history of the city through two unique tours and a lecture about getting used to life in Istanbul.
The Trauma Rehabilitation Certificate Program, a year-long program offered by Bilgi University in partnership with the International Center for Trauma Studies, concluded its first year with a final seminar and a diploma ceremony.
Columbia SEAS and College students and parents attended a cocktail reception on January 15 at our Studio-X location in Istanbul.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey welcomes Columbia Business School students who will be in Istanbul from March 16 to March 22 as part of a Global Immersion course focusing on Turkey’s start-up culture.