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CSA Blog September 2012

Kenneth Cole Community Engagement Fellowship Info Sessions (10/12 & 10/15)

Columbia College and Columbia Engineering sophomores and juniors are encouraged to consider applying for the Kenneth Cole Community Engagement Program. This exciting and innovative program will empower students with the skills necessary to implement effective community problem solving and change.

Health Services: Part 2 of AlcoholEdu

Hello First-Year Student,

You’ve almost completed AlcoholEdu. As explained when you began the course, AlcoholEdu has two parts. You’ve already finished Part 1 before arriving here, which ended with the Exam. You are now ready to complete Part 2, which is much shorter than Part 1. You can expect this last part of AlcoholEdu to take only about 15 minutes.

Please follow the directions below to get full credit for completing the course:

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Earn your MPA in Environmental Science and Policy (10/2)

Earn your MPA in Environmental Science and Policy

The Master of Public Administration Program in Environmental Science and Policy is a twelve-month program that combines Columbia University’s hands-on approach to teaching public policy and administration with The
Earth Institute’s pioneering thinking about the environment and sustainability, educating today’s environmental leaders for a sustainable tomorrow.

Early Decision deadline with fellowship consideration: November 1

overSEAS - Study Abroad Info Session - Great Britain (9/27)

overSEAS - Study Abroad Info Session - Great Britain

Interested in studying in Great Britain? Fancy spending some time in Ireland? Then come meet with representatives from the University College of Dublin Engineering School to learn more about their programs.

Thursday, September 27th
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
337 Mudd

Passport Day (9/28)

Passport Day

The OGP is delighted to announce that the Annual Study Abroad Fair will have a representative from the United States Postal Service to accept your passport applications! Remember, for most study abroad programs you need a passport that expires NO LESS than 6 months beyond the END date of your program.

Industrial Engineering & Operations Research - IEOR Open House (10/5)

Industrial Engineering & Operations Research - IEOR
Friday, October 5
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
303 Mudd

**the Entrepreneurship Minor will be covered during the last 15-20 minutes of the Open House

Earth and Environmental Engineering Open House (10/10)

Earth and Environmental Engineering Open House
Wednesday, October 10th
6:00 - 7:30 p. m.
924 Mudd

Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Open House (10/9)

Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Open House
Tuesday, October 9th
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
610 Mudd

Chemical Engineering Open House/Lunch (9/26)

On Wednesday, September 26th, the Chemical Engineering Department will be hosting a lunch to welcome juniors into our program.  Interested First Years and Sophomores are encouraged to attend! 

This event is sponsored by the Columbia Engineering School Alumni Association (CESAA).  There will be a brief presentation outlining aspects of the program including research opportunities for undergraduates.   There will also be presentations by the Center for Student Advising advisors and the Center for Career Education counselors. 

Computer Science Major Information Session (10/10)

Computer Science Department would like to invite you to our major information session. Prof. Adam Cannon, the Associate Chair of the Undergraduate Education, will go over the major requirements, and current CS majors will talk about their experience as CS/Info Science majors.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
CS Conference Room (4th floor of Mudd Building)

We will be covering SEAS, CC, GS, and Barnard requirements, so students from all schools are welcome to attend.

Churchill Scholarship Information Session - Monday (9/24)

The Churchill Scholarship
Fellowship Information Meeting:

with Peter C. Patrikis, Executive Director
The Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States

Monday, September 24
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Mudd Hall 520

 


 

(http://www.college.columbia.edu/students/fellowships/catalog/churchill-scholarships)

Columbia Fast Pitch Competition

Calling all students with ideas:

This year's business plan competitions are coming up soon! It starts with Fast Pitch on October 30th and culminates with the Columbia Venture Competition in April. Get your team together and get ready to pitch.

Fast Pitch Competition (October 30th)
Fast and furious, the Fast Pitch is our elevator pitch competition.
Register by October 1st to work with a mentor (must be a current student)

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Opportunities from the Earth Institute, Columbia University

Please see below for a list of upcoming events and opportunities from the Earth Institute, Columbia University.  Please feel free to share with other students in your departments.  The following opportunities through the Earth Institute are available:

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SEAS Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium and Fair (9/27)

The SEAS Office of Undergraduate Student Affairs and Global Programs in partnership with the Engineering Student Council will be holding an Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium and Fair on September 27, 2012 from 5-8 pm in 555 Lerner.

The event will have two components:

overSEAS - Study Abroad Info Session (9/19)

Are you a SEAS student interested in studying abroad?

Hear from advisors and past SEAS study abroad students to learn about available international opportunities and the SEAS study abroad clearance process.  Free food!

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
414 CEPSR

CSA iPad Drawing Winner Announced

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 - The Center for Student Advising is pleased to announce that Patrick Lawlor, Columbia College ’13, is the winner of a new Apple iPad. Patrick’s name was drawn from a pool of students automatically entered into the contest after participating in the CSA 2011-12 student survey.  Last year, 40% of the student body participated in the survey.

Support for the first year class

CPS is pleased to offer a support group to incoming first years in CC and SEAS.  As exciting as the transition to college is, it is not without its stresses; this group will afford first years an opportunity to share their experiences and learn from one another how best to take full advantage of the academic and social opportunities-- and how best to meet the new challenges-- of life on this most dynamic of urban campuses, while perhaps making a few new friends along the way. 

Last day to DROP a Core Class: Friday September 14th, 2012 by 5 PM

Last day to DROP a Core Class: Friday September 14th, 2012 by 5 PM
After this date students MAY NOT drop their Core classes.  Students with questions and concerns should see their academic advisers.  This Core Drop is earlier than the regular drop date, so it is imperative that students keep this deadline in mind as they finalize their schedules.

Visual Arts Fall 2012 Courses - Space Available!

There is still space in the Fall 2012 Visual Arts Courses listed below.

Course descriptions can be found here:
http://www.college.columbia.edu/bulletin/depts/visarts.php?tab=courses

Registration:
Please show up to the next course to get permission from the instructor to register.

For more information please visit the Columbia College bulletin:

Get Creative This Fall with the Arts Initiative and Miller Theatre

Dear Columbia Students and Colleagues,

Fall brings many new beginnings, not least for our city’s incredible cultural community, which greets the season with a parade of exciting premieres and openings. Whether you’re returning to campus or are new to the Columbia community, September is a great time to discover the resources available to help you explore music, art, dance, theater, and more—right here on campus and throughout New York.

Fall Career Fair 2012 (9/21)

Friday, September 21st
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall

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Center for Career Education: This week at CCE: Sept. 10-14, 2012



We hope you've settled into classes and are enjoying the beautiful weather! Employer Information Sessions have started and we have secured over 130 employers across a range of industries for our Career Fair next week. Read on for details. If you're wondering how to integrate career stuff into your busy calendars and lives, please come to CCE this Friday to meet us and chat about it.

Community Impact Open House (9/12)

This Wednesday (9/12) from 6-9 PM, Community Impact will host its annual Open House in Earl Hall.

Academic Success Program - Seminar Series Fall 2012

Academic Success Program
Seminar Series Fall 2012

Note Taking and Textbook Processing
Friday, October 12, 2012
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
403 Lerner Hall

Manage your Stress and Stop Procrastinating
Friday, October 26, 2012
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
403 Lerner Hall

Preparing for Final Examinations
Friday, November 30, 2012
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
403 Lerner Hall

Lunch and refreshments will be served.

Procrastination Workshops in October & November

Procrastination Workshop
Yaniv Phillips, Ph.D., py2120@columbia.edu
5:30-7:00 p.m.
4 sessions

   Mondays:

  • October 29
  • November 5
  • November 12
  • November 19

All workshops will be held at Lerner Hall, 8th floor.

No registration required.

Center for Career Education (CCE) Open House (9/14)

The Center for Career Education invites YOU to our inaugural Open House! Enjoy good food and meet great people (our counselors are pretty great) as you explore the myriad of services we offer to current undergraduate and graduate students as well as alumni.

From resume and cover letter reviews and interview techniques to mock interviews and job/internship search tips, we have valuable resources for everyone, regardless of which stage you might be in your career.

Sustainable Development Brown Bag on September 4

Don’t miss the Sustainable Development Brown Bag this Friday, September 14 at the Alumni Center. Come and speak with Jing Chu and William Jaffray, two energy engineers from Associated Renewable, and learn about a company that provides strategic sustainability consulting to public and private organizations.

Join CU EMS

CU-EMS, Columbia's volunteer ambulance service is looking for motivated students who would like to volunteer as EMTs! If you are not yet a certified EMT, we do offer an on-campus EMT course and tuition sponsorship for a select group of students!

Come to our info sessions to find out more:

September 6th, 11th, 12th and 13th
8:30 p.m.
Hamilton 603

Also visit our website for applications and more info about the corps at: https://www.cuems.org

Greetings from the Undergraduate Services Librarian!

Welcome to the Columbia University Libraries! I and my colleagues look forward to working with you.  To help you learn about the Libraries see our Undergraduate Insider's Guide.

There is more information on our Undergraduate Services and Engineering Personal Librarian web pages.

Open House for Master's Program in Teaching Earth Science (9/15)

Attention Earth science grads:

Change lives. Teach science. That is the call of action for The Natural History Museum’s new Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program, the first urban teacher residency program offered by a museum.

2 New Courses in Anthropology - Fall 2012

Fall 2012 Anthropology V2016 section 001
GENDER MIGRATION IN TRANSN'L ASIA

Call Number: 86099
Day & Time: MW 1:10pm - 2:25pm
Location: 315 Hamilton Hall
Points: 3
Instructor: Hsun-Hui Tseng

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