Thank you for your interest in participating in the Dance and Theatre group retreat. Please complete the form below to apply -- we will confirm your participation shortly after the deadline to submit (Monday, February 3 at 11:00am)
When: Saturday, February 8, 2014 10 am - 5 pm (attendees are expected to stay the entire time)
Presented by the Columbia Office of Multicultural Affairs, the OMA Graduation Cords are given to graduating seniors in Columbia College, The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, and the School of General Studies who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to diversity, social justice, and multiculturalism through the OMA, campus leadership, community involvement, academic endeavors, and/or personal dedication.
Following a mediation between two (or more) undergraduate Columbia College/School of Engineering and Applied Science students, please submit the following information. The information provided below helps the Residential Programs staff to continue to support students throughout their on-campus experience at Columbia University. This information will be forwarded to the appropriate staff for follow up and documentation in the Maxient incident management system.
The OMA Columbia Mentoring Initiative (CMI) is an inter-generational mentorship program that administered through Columbia University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) that connects historically underrepresented first year students with returning students (Upper-Class Mentors) from similar identities, and all students with alumni. CMI provides students the opportunity to get involved in various "family trees" - Arab and Middle Eastern, Asian, Black, Indigenous, International, Latino, and LGBTQ.
The OMA Columbia Mentoring Initiative (CMI) is an inter-generational mentorship program that connects first years with returning students (Upper-Class Mentors), and all students with alumni. CMI provides students the opportunity to get involved in various "family trees" - Arab and Middle Eastern, Asian, Black, Indigeous, International, Latino, and LGBTQ.
Disputes, conflicts, and complaints are a normal part of university life. Mediation allows parties in a dispute to control the outcomes of their conflicts. Mediation can work well for people who want to avoid the stress and inflexibility of more formal procedures or for people who need to continue working relationships. Many kinds of conflicts can be resolved successfully through mediation.