We are pleased to announce the completion of the Columbia Health Medical Services 2014 summer renovation.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
John Jay Hall Lounge
Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, September 26.
Refreshments and door prizes will be available for our guests!
In This Issue: Sept. 22-26
- CCE Employer News - Learn more about full-time positions with SapientNitro, an advertising and marketing agency.
- Announcements - jump start your job search, Seniors ; learn about science research; visit the Creative Artists Agency.
- Calendar at a Glance: Today, Sept. 22 is the first day of Fall On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) - note: not all industries recruit in this way.
Are you considering a major/concentration in human rights? Interested in learning more about academic requirements, course advising, and opportunities for human rights students? If so, then come to the UHRP Human Rghts Major and Concentration Info Session on Thursday, October 9 from 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. in the West Ramp Lounge in Lerner Hall.
The Open House will be followed by a presentation from the Columbia University Students for Human Rights student group (CUSHR). Please also stay for Pizza and a talk with Professor Joseph Slaughter, Human Rights DUS.
The Post-Change of Program Add/Drop period started last week. CC and SEAS students may add or drop courses in SSOL, with faculty or departmental approval, until the drop deadline (CC = Oct 7 and SEAS = Nov 13). Once faculty or departmental approval is granted, students will be sent an email to that effect and then must complete the registration action in SSOL by officially adding/dropping the course to/from their schedule.
Friday, September 26, 2014
Center for Career Education Conference Room
In partnership with Princeton, Columbia runs a field semester abroad program in the Spring focusing on ecology, evolutionary biology, conservation biology, environmental engineering, and sustainable development. Based at Princeton's Mpala Research Centre, student also travel to places such as the forested slopes of Mt. Kenya, the wildlife-rich savannas of Laikipia, and the coffee and tea plantations of western Kenya.