If you have ever wanted to “pick the brain” of an industry insider about trends in the industry, best practices for students in the hiring process, and advice about career paths, join us for this casual meal and discussion event on Tuesday, February 3 from 1:30-3:00 p.m., in the CCE conference room. Please RSVP.
Wednesday, February 18
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
401 Lerner Hall
Please join us for dinner, a talk, and Q&A with Robert Krulwich, radio and television journalist, currently science correspondent for NPR and co-host of the program Radiolab.
Seniors: kick-off your career on Thursday, February 5 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. by learning about the job search process, setting goals and finding new momentum for your search at this workshop. Register and learn more.
Prior to fall enrollment, entering first-year program participants attend a mandatory five-week Summer Bridge Program offered through Academic Success Programs. Participants take courses in Calculus, Statistics, Writing, Literature Humanities, Physics, Psychology, and Chemistry to prepare for the academic work required of Columbia students. The program begins on Monday, July 6, 2015, and ends Tuesday August 4, 2015.
In response to continued student demand for more collaborative work space in Libraries' facilities, we are piloting a "Talk Zone" in Butler Library during the spring semester. This "Talk Zone" will be located on the west side of the 4th floor of Butler Library in rooms 406, 406A, and 409.
Programs in Global Humanities for Spring and Summer 2015: Advanced Program of Ancient History and Art; Global Seminar in Seoul; Program in MENA Studies; Global Seminar in Istanbul
The deadline to uncover a grade from a class taken Pass/D/Fail from Fall 2014 (CC only) is January 30. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the course information (call number, section, and course number) and copy your advising dean on the email.
Find an Alumna Mentor Today
Tap into the alumni community and find a mentor who can provide you with insights and support during your time at the College! Columbia College Women (CCW) is launching an exciting new online mentoring platform that will connect women students and alumnae.
WHY GET A MENTOR?