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Columbia-Supported Travel Definition

A "Columbia-Supported Travel" is any trip outside of New York City that meets at least one of the criteria below:

2013 International Student Orientation Program Information Request Form

Please fill out the requested information by Monday, July 15th at 9 AM EST. Please fill out all of the mandated information. If you do not have your flight booked yet, we will follow-up once we get closer to ISOP.

Also, we need your t-shirt size. Please use the following information to determine your shirt size:

Unisex  measurements in inches and centimeters        

                       Chest                                           Waist

Please give us your nickname or preferred name, if different than your given name.
Please share with ISOP any allergies, medication needs, etc. so that we can better support you. All information will be kept confidential. If none, please enter none.
Please tell us what needs those are (vegetarian, gluten intolerant, etc.)
If you are under the age of 18, we will follow-up with information requesting parent/guardian permission.
This information will be shared with our Office of Parent and Family Programs and they will email information about what programs will be available to them.
We are asking this information in case you arrive late and we can check with the airlines on the arrival time.
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Please look at the top of this page for sizing information.
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NSOP 2013 Crew Requisition

Event Information
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Event breakdown time can be the same as event end time if no breakdown is needed.
One crew consists of one crew chief and approximately 8 to 10 orientation leaders.
The more information you provide, the better Personnel will be able to appropriately staff your program.
In complete sentences, describe what materials are needed to run event and where crews will be able to find them.
Contact Information
Please include staff person's email address and office number. Do not list a staff person's cell number unless they offer to give it to you.
Include floorplans, event diagrams, additional information, things to pay special attention.
Event Instructions
Please give detailed information on what needs to be done before the event starts.
Please give detailed information on what needs to happen during the event.
Please give detailed instructions on what needs to happen for an event to be broken down.
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2013 Orientation Leader Applicant Evaluation Form

Please give the highlights and areas of concern for the candidate in this area.
Please give the highlights and areas of concern for the candidate in this area.
Please give the highlights and areas of concern for the candidate in this area.
Please give the highlights and areas of concern for the candidate in this area.
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ASB NYC Performing Arts 2013 Evaluation

Thank you all for your participation in the Alternative Spring Break: NYC Performing Arts.  Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey as it will greatly help us in further developing this program.

 

ASB NYC: Performing Arts
Strongly AgreeAgreeNeither Agree Nor DisagreeDisagreeStrongly Disagree
1. After participating in the ASB program, I am confident that I can name new artists (ones I didn't know prior to the ASB)
2. I will continue to explore the venues visited during the ASB as well as seek out new ones
3. From the observations of artists and work I made while on the ASB Program, I have developed (and will continue to develop) new tools/skills useful to me as I continue my work (on campus and beyond)
4. I plan on finding ways to continue to work with my ASB colleagues
5. After participating in the ASB program, I am confident that I have a much deeper sense of how artists make work
6. After participating in the ASB program, I am confident that I can express more clearly the value the performing arts has in its ability to illumniate the human experience
7. After participating in the ASB program, I am confident that I can list several positive effects that come from being a part of a communal experience (ie. audience)
8. The ASB Program increased my knowledge of career choices within the performing arts
9. I developed close relationships with some of my fellow ASB students
For numbers 1 through 4, please use the space below to expand on your answers
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1. Orientation (in Room 477)
2. Viewing of STREB rehearsal
3. Opening Dinner (Ovest Restaurant)
4. Tour of Baryshnikov Arts Center
5. Face the Music / Jack Concert
6. Talk with Daniel Fish (and Stage Manager, Jason)
7. Peter and the Starcatcher
8. Litlle Lord's Pocahontas and Talk Back with creative team
9. Observation ofDaniel Fish's rehearsal with actors
10. Viewing and Q&A with Brian Brooks Moving Company
11. Planetarium (BAM)
12. Group Discussion I (Room 505, large table)
13. Concrete Escort (Guggeheim)
14. Kate Weare Company (92nd St Y)
15. Alumni Brunch and Panel Discussion
16. Jackie (Women's Project @ City Center Stage II)
17. Oktophonie Artist Talk
18. Oktophonie Performance (Park Avenue Armory)
19. Group Discussion II (Black Box Theater)
20. The White Piece (La Mama)
21. Closing Dinner
22. ASB Binder of Information
Too FewJust RightToo Many
1. The number of performances we saw was:
2. The number of Workshops/Panels/Talk Backs in which we participated was:
3. The number of discussions we had was:
Outreach
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2013 NSOP Crew Chief and Orientation Leader Recommendation Form

To the Recommender:

New Student Orientation Program (NSOP) Crew Chiefs and Orientation Leaders should have strong leadership and interpersonal skills, energy, self-direction, institutional pride, and ethusiasm for assisting with Orientation and welcoming new students to Columbia and Barnard. Applicants should have experience or be familiar with the Orientation program as well as have a working knowledge of the First-Year and Transfer academic programs and Columbia-Barnard campus life.

Thank you for completing this recommendation!

If you have any questions please email orientation@columbia.edu

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New Student Orientation Program Committee Pre-Assessment Survey

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Spring Program Series

The Spring Program Series is designed to strengthen Fellows’ professional skills and prepare them for their summer internships. Fellows and program administrators meet bi-weekly fo

"College, the Musical" Participant Survey

Thank you all for your participation in the recent professional residency workshop of College, The Musical.  Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey as it will greatly help us in further developing and offering programs such as this one.

 

Strongly AgreeAgreeNeither Agree Nor DisagreeDisagreeStrongly Disagree
1. This Program provided a unique experience to work with professionals
2. The Program provided me a much deeper sense of how professional artists make work
3. The Program deepened my understanding of the process of making performance
4. I felt that my participation in and contribution to the workshop was valued by the professionals in residence
5. The Program demystified the process of creating a new musical
6. The Program provided me useful tools as I continue my work in the performing arts (on campus and beyond)
7. The Program provided me greater insight into theatrical professions, assisting in my ability to make decisions about career choices
8. I developed close relationships with some of my fellow student participants
9. I developed close relationships with some of the professionals in residence
10. I plan to continue exploring opportunities for making new theater on campus
11. I plan to continue exploring (or begin to explore) opportunities for making new theater off-campus / professionally
12. Being part of this program was worth the time and energy I put into it
13. I would encourage other students to participate in programs such as this in the future
14. I would like to see more programs like this at Columbia in the future
15. I am confident that my participation in this workshop has enhanced my ability to succeed in future theatrical endeavors
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1. Access to individuals working professionally in theater in the rehearsal/work environment
2. Informal access to professionals (chats during breaks, before and after rehearsals)
3. Observation of and participation in a workshop
4. Having space and time to workshop new material
5. Opportunity to utilize "break" time to focus on a theatrical production
6. On-campus location
7. Ability to showcase the work that had been done to fellow students/Columbia community
8. Columbia alumni participation in the program
9. The ability to make work without the pressure of a full production
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Navigating Columbia: The First Year Experience Program

Are you a CC/SEAS member of the Class of 2016? Are you looking to make the most of  your Columbia experience?

The Center for Student Advising (CSA) and Office of Student Development and Activities (SDA) launched
a pilot program, entitled Navigating Columbia: The First Year Experience Program, in Fall 2012. We are
running an expanded program for Spring 2013. The program will run every Monday night from 5:30 PM
to 7 PM starting on February 11 and run through April 22.

Deadline to apply is Wednesday, February 6th at 9 AM. 

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