Supported by a generous grant from President 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.
The requirements for the Biomedical Engineering major are changing, and current first-year students who declare BME next year will be the first class affected. Information obtained from this session will help with academic planning and registration for future semesters.
Biomedical Engineering New Undergraduate Curriculum Information Session
Friday, January 31, 2014
Northwest Corner Building 501
All first students who are considering majoring in Biomedical Engineering should attend.
Are you thinking about studying abroad next year? Come to our General Information session to learn about all of the possibilities of integrating a term or year abroad into your time at Columbia. Topics covered will include: eligibility, types of programs, language requirements, programs in English, programs for scientists & engineers, credit, and more. Students who have studied abroad will speak about their experiences abroad and answer questions.
Monday, February 3rd
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!
Doctor in the House – A Panel Discussion with Columbia Alumni
Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
401 Lerner Hall
Are you considering a career in medicine? Would you like to meet College and Engineering alumni who are now working in medicine and hear about their experiences at Columbia and beyond? If so, this panel is for you!
The format will be a panel discussion followed by a reception where students will have the opportunity to network with the panelists.
Alumni panelists will include:
This program provides research training, faculty mentorship and financial support for Columbia College underrepresented minority students and other College students with a demonstrated commitment to racial diversity who wish to pursue a Ph.D. and whose intellectual and social commitments embody those of the late Dr. Benjamin Mays.
There will be an information session on Monday, February 3rd at 8:00 p.m. in 202 Hamilton Hall.
Columbia has partnered with Waseda University in Japan to launch a new, innovative summer program which will provide undergraduate students the unique opportunity to explore the influential works of Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa while studying alongside local Waseda students.
Dear CC and SEAS students,
As you may know, up until now, you have had to go to the Student Service Center, 205 Kent Hall, to submit Add/Drop forms.
So that you do not have to wait on line at Kent, as of this semester, you should drop your forms off in the Center for Student Advising, 403 Lerner Hall. We will take them to the Registrar’s Office for immediate processing.
Please see your CSA adviser with any questions.
The Center for Student Advising