The Committee on the Global Core has added the following three new courses to the Global Core curriculum. Please refer to the updated Global Core list for the full list of courses:
- CLCV W3111 – Plato and Confucius: Comparative Ancient Philosophies (Effective Spring 2015)
Peer Adviser Post: Finals
By Aniekeme Umoh, SEAS '15
The semester is wrapping up and finals are around the corner. This is the last stretch. While it’s easy to lose motivation at this point, it pays now more than ever to keep it up.
As for the last week of classes, score last-minute participation points now (if applicable). As for reading week and finals in general:
Info Session: Columbia Global Seminar in Seoul: Visual Cultures at Yonsei University
Tuesday, Decemebr 2
918 International Affairs Building (IAB)
For more information: http://columbia.studioabroad.com/?go=SeoulSummer
We are pleased to announce that the Mellon Foundation has recently renewed its support for the Leadership Alliance Mellon Initiative (LAMI), a summer research program for undergraduate students in the humanities and social sciences. LAMI offers closely mentored research opportunities with faculty at the University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, University of South Florida, Washington University in St. Louis, New York University, Brown, Columbia, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Tufts and Yale Universities.
In This Issue: December 1-5
- CCE Employer News - Interested in artificial intelligence? Read on to learn more about x.ai!
- Announcements - Learn more how to gain skills and experiences as a first-year on Dec. 5.
- Calendar at a Glance - Attend CCE's Summer Internship Programs Info Session on Dec. 3.
- LionSHARE Opportunities - Apply for a fellowship with Blueprint Schools Network, an internship with the National Corporate Theatre Fund, and more.
Are you a Columbia College or SEAS undergraduate student or alum planning to apply to medical or dental school this summer for entrance in 2016? If so...please READ ON
2016 Premedical Advisory Committee (PAC) Evaluation Process MANDATORY Info Sessions
(You need only attend one session)
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
401 Lerner Hall
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Tuesday, December 2
EALAC lounge room 403, Kent
Schwarzman Scholars will provide 200 scholars with a fully-funded, one-year MA degree from Beijing’s Tsinghua University, designed to equip scholars with enhanced knowledge about China, its international role, and their role as global leaders in meeting 21st century global challenges. Come to this information session to learn more about this exciting funding opportunity.