Friday, November 22, 2013
Alumni Center, Schapiro Room (8th Floor)
Speaker: Rebecca Schramm, Senior Associate Director, Columbia University Center for Career Education
Curious about a career path in sustainable development? Join us for an interactive presentation from the Center for Career Education that will cover:
Friday, November 22, 2013
Thanksgiving is coming up and the Center for Student Advising wants to know what you are thankful for!!! Submit a photo of what you are THANKFUL for: pictures can range from funny to serious but please keep images appropriate. The photos will be reviewed by the CSA social media team; we are looking for creative and fun pictures.
Skanska will be on campus this week to discuss both full time and internship opportunities for Civil, Mech E and Architecture students.
Spring 2014 Registration is THIS WEEK!!! Monday, Nov 18 - Friday, Nov 22
Supported by a generous grant from President Lee C. Bollinger, the Presidential Global Fellowship funds a highly select group of current first year CC, SEAS and GS students to study abroad in summer 2014. The Fellowship aims to help these students develop a strong global foundation for their Columbia education by supporting them in finding meaningful opportunities to engage a broad range of global topics throughout their undergraduate career.
This nine week program helps students strengthen their skills in Modern Standard Arabic by offering intensive language training. All skills are emphasized in the classroom and during tutorials. Group excursions, cultural activities, and a week-long travel break give students various perspectives of Jordanian society and different venues in which to practice their Arabic.
Thursday, November 21st
403 Knox Hall
This six-week summer program offers students an incredible opportunity to enhance Portuguese language skills while integrating into Brazilian culture and society. Located in vibrant Rio de Janeiro, students take courses at Pontificia Universidade Catolica (PUC-Rio), live in apartments near the campus and participate in a Community Involvement Project which facilitates interactions with local residents. Students enroll in intensive Portuguese. Additional courses may be offered for summer 2014. Come learn more about the program from the Faculty Director and past participants!
Beginning in summer 2014, Columbia’s Advanced Program of Ancient History and Art (APAHA) will offer a four-week summer program that provides undergraduate and graduate students with the unique opportunity to excavate and learn together at Hadrian’s Villa, a UNESCO World Heritage site near Rome. Students will learn archaeological techniques and think critically about how excavation work allows for deeper insight into the social, political, economic, architectural and artistic history of classical antiquity.