Please join alumni representatives Fred Liu '08 and Mitali Patel '08 at the D.C. Alumni Study Club Dinner featuring Dean, Christian Stohler, DMD, DrMedDent
Position: István Deák Visiting Professorship in East Central European Studies at Columbia University Columbia University invites applications for the István Deák Visiting Professorship in East Central European Studies for one semester (Fall or Spring) in the academic year 2014-2015. The professorship, commemorating Professor Deák's legacy of excellence in research and teaching, is open to senior scholars with active interest and accomplishments in East and Central European studies. The visiting professor will be appointed in one of the Humanities or Social Science Departments of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and will teach two courses, one at the undergraduate level and one at the graduate level. The visitor is expected to give one public lecture and participate in the academic life of the University, whose interests in East and Central European studies are well represented on campus by the East Central European Center, the Blinken European Institute, and the Harriman Institute. Minimum qualifications: Masters Degree in a relevant discipline. Distinction in research and teaching in the field of East and Central European Studies. Preferred qualifications: PhD preferred. Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Special Instructions to applicants: All applications must be made through Columbia University's online Recruitment of Academic Personnel System (RAPS). Using RAPS, applicants can upload the following required materials : a letter of application; curriculum vitae; the names of three persons who may be asked to provide a letter of reference; and a modest sample (article or book chapter) of scholarship. The letter of application should include a statement of which semester the applicant prefers, a short list of possible courses which the applicant might teach, and a description of the applicant's current research interests. RAPS will accommodate uploads of maximum two (2) megabytes in size). For inquiries about the position please contact Alan Timberlake, email@example.com. For questions about the RAPS application process please contact David Eisenberg, firstname.lastname@example.org Required applicant documents for Upload: Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter, List of References, Writing, Sample/Publication 1 Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. To apply, go to: academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58163
If you are a Columbia University Alum, please take a moment to register for this exciting opportunity to be part of an exclusive alumni discussion group in Eric Foner's Civil War and Reconstruction MOOC on edX.
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Barnard was founded 125 years ago with the feminist mission of providing education to those who were excluded from major avenues of education. In honor of this legacy and the 40th anniversary of BCRW’s signature Scholar & Feminist Conference, this year’s conference builds a feminist framework for understanding the institutional, social, and pedagogical facets of teaching, learning, and schooling. Scholars, activists, educators, and artists explore the K-12 landscape and investigate who can attain post-secondary education, under what circumstances, and at what cost. They discuss diverse feminist approaches to such topics as the Common Core standards, educational alternatives, the school-to-prison pipeline, adjunct labor, sexual violence on campus, and continuing racial and economic segregation within educational spaces. Speakers include Nuala Cabral, Natalia Cecire, Kandice Chu, Tressie McMillan Cottom, Rod Ferguson, Che Gossett, Ileana Jiménez, Liz Losh, Jen Nash, and many more! Registration & Information bcrw.barnard.edu
Full day Physician Assistant accredited program for Physician Assistants. Breakfast, Breaks, Lunch and program materials included.
Join Columbia College Young Alumni and Columbia Engineering Young Alumni for a career preparation event with Double Discovery Center (DDC) 7th-9th graders. The event will include a panel discussion with recent alums (discussing the steps they took to begin their careers and land their first jobs) followed by smaller group discussions based on interest in specific industries.
The Double Discovery Center aims to provide model educational programs, shared experiences and lasting ties through "double discovery" between positive role models and underserved New York City youngsters to instill the confidence and hope needed for those historically underrepresented in higher education to pursue their highest aspirations. Founded in 1965, the program was the creation of Columbia undergraduates moved by the disparities between their Ivy League institution and an impoverished Harlem community.
Please RSVP and include your current career industry. For more information, contact Kim Diamon at email@example.com or 212-851-7977.
Join Columbia alum and High Museum Coordinator of Museum Interpretation Virginia Sweeny '10CC as we explore The High's retrospective of work by Wifredo Lam, a preeminent artist of Latin American origin and one of the Surrealist movement's most influential figures. Wifredo Lam: Imagining New Worlds will feature more than 40 paintings and a selection of drawings, prints and ephemera by the internationally renowned, Cuban-born artist. Also on view for you to stroll through at your leisure after the tour are 2 solo exhibitions by leading contemporary Americans: Brooklyn based, Jose Parla and Atlanta based Fahamu Pecou. Photography exhibitions by Gordon Parks and Helen Levitt will also be on view. Additionally, it is Art in Bloom weekend- exotic and imaginative floral interpretations of select works from the High's permanent collection will be on view.
BRUNCH - 11:30 am
MUSEUM TOUR - 1:00 pm
BRUNCH - A la carte
MUSEUM TOUR - Adults and children pay $10 with paid 2015 CCOA Membership and $15 without. Members of the High Museum have free admissions and do not need to purchase a ticket from CCOA.
RSVP: By February 25th - http://atlanta.alumni.columbia.edu/calendar
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To kick off our calendar of events in 2015, we would like to invite all of you to a dim sum gathering on February 28. Catch up with old friends and meet new friends in the beginning of this Lunar Calendar with our annual dim sum gathering. Please RSVP to email@example.com by Wednesday, February 25th so we can make reservations. Hope to see you all on the 28th! Cost: approx. Rp 150.000- Rp 200.000
Please join us to watch the Columbia women's basketball team play the Harvard Crimson at Harvard's Lavietes Pavilion. We are proud to announce that we are co-hosting this event with the Barnard Club of Boston. There will be a reception at John Harvard's Brew House (33 Dunster St.) from 4:00 to 5:45 before the 6:00 game. Head coach Stephanie Glance will be joining us for part of the reception. 4:00 pm Pre-Game Reception 6:00 pm Game For additional information, please contact: Stephen Kane - firstname.lastname@example.org Jessica Alpert Silber - email@example.com Sally Davis - firstname.lastname@example.org boston.alumni.columbia.edu
Please join Boston-based Columbia alumni for an informal cocktail party on February 28. Members of the Classes of 1988, 1989, 1991 and 1992 from Columbia College, Engineering and Barnard are invited to help the Class of 1990 celebrate its 25th Reunion Event hosted by Sherri Wolf CCÂ’90, XXXX XXX ENÂ’90, and XXXX XXX BCÂ’90 Columbia 25th Reunion Committee
Whether theyÂ’re performing at the BBC Proms or alongside rock icon Sting, the members of Stile Antico fuse rich expressivity with technical prowess that Â“never disappointsÂ” (The Guardian). These masterful interpreters of Renaissance choral music return to Miller with a program that captures triumphs and tragedies from the Imperial courts of the Hapsburgs.
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Students may declare a major throughout the month of March by submitting this form.
You are invited to attend the Pathology & Cell Biology Seminar Series on:
Mechanisms of Selective Neuronal Vulnerability in Dystonia
Speaker William T. Dauer, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Neurology, Assistant Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, University of MichiganHosted by Dr. Gil Di Paolo and Dr. Howard Worman
A book talk by Rajan Menon and Eugene B. Rumer on their latest publication, Conflict in Ukraine: The Unwinding of the Post-Cold War Order.
Visit http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/conflict-ukraine for a book description and author biographies.
The Center for Career Education’s (CCE) On-Campus Recruiting Program (OCR) brings employers to campus for the purpose of meeting, interviewing and recruiting students. On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) is a critical component to the success of the On-Campus Recruiting program for both students and employers alike.
Based on recent employer and student feedback, we have updated our OCI policies and procedures. To ensure that everyone is made aware of these updates, all students must gain or re-gain OCI access*. Students who attend this event will be granted OCI access within two business days of the training.
In this training, we will provide students with an overview of The Center for Career Education services and the ways in which they can best prepare for their job search. We will also review how to search and apply for jobs and internships using LionSHARE, CCE’s online job database and recruiting system. Largely, we will speak about the On-Campus Recruiting Program, with a particular focus on on-campus interviews. Students will learn how to best prepare for on-campus interviews, become aware of both student and employer expectations throughout this process, and most importantly, learn how to utilize available resources while navigating the job search and interview process.
*Please keep in mind that if you had OCI access prior to 7/1/2013 and are currently enrolled at Columbia, your OCI access was turned off as new policies are now in place. You must complete the On-Campus Recruiting Program Overview training to re-gain access.
This workshop will be offered on:
Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Monday, February 2, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Thursday, February 12, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Monday, February 16, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Thursday, February 19, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Wednesday, February 25, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Monday, March 2, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Tuesday, March 10, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Tuesday, March 26, 2015, 12:30-1:00pm
Registration is not required, but suggested in advance.
Resume required? No.
Eligibility: Students and alumni that attend Columbia College, Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of General Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and School of the Arts
The Earth Institute's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Division of Biology and Paleo Environment (BPE) Spring Seminar Series and LDEO Extremes Initiative present:
“Learning from the Impacts of Superstorm Sandy: Paleotempestology on Long Island.”
E. Christa Farmer and J. Bret Bennington
Analysis of the sedimentology and stratigraphy of Superstorm Sandy washover lobes reveals a grain size profile that is consistent with washout of the dune line as the major source of washover sand. Superstorm Sandy washover deposits are compared to overwash-generated layers in core matched to 20th Century storms using historical aerial photographs. The close similarity in sedimentological characteristics demonstrates that previous washover deposits in this area preserved in the subsurface have very similar characteristics to Sandy overwash, which can be used to distinguish overwash from other types of coarse-grained deposits in the marsh. Trace metal (Cu, Zn, and Pb) concentration profiles in the sediment cores collected from a saltwater marsh on a barrier beach island near Hampton Bays, NY are consistent with values seen in other Atlantic coast saltwater marshes. Peak Pb values in the middle of the profiles are consistent with a higher anthropogenic signal in the middle of the last century, and provide insight into the timing of storm deposits.
Open to the public.
For more information on LDEO visit www.ldeo.columbia.edu
For more information on the Earth Insitute visit www.earth.columbia.edu
Attending a career fair can be a rewarding but overwhelming experience but with our help, you can attend with confidence. This workshop is designed to help you make the most of meeting recruiters at both the Spring Career Fair and the Startup Career Fair and how to follow up and make connections after the event.
Eligibility: This event is open to all Graduate Students of GSAS, SEAS, and SOA
The Earth Institute Presents a book launch with Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs on his newest publication, "The Age of Sustainable Development."
4:30-6:00 PM Lecture
6:00-7:30 PM Followed by reception
John H. Coatsworth is the Provost of Columbia University, as well as Professor of International and Public Affairs and of History. Provost Coatsworth is a leading scholar of Latin American economic and international history. Previously, he was Dean of the School of International and Public Affairs. Prior to his appointment as Dean in 2008, he served as a visiting professor at Columbia University (2006 – 2007) and Interim Dean of SIPA (2007 – 2008).
Presentation: Jeffrey D. Sachs is one of the world's most perceptive and original analysts of global development. In this major new work he presents a compelling and practical framework for how global citizens can use a holistic way forward to address the seemingly intractable worldwide problems of persistent extreme poverty, environmental degradation, and political-economic injustice: sustainable development.
Sachs offers readers, students, activists, environmentalists, and policy makers the tools, metrics, and practical pathways they need to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. Far more than a rhetorical exercise, this book is designed to inform, inspire, and spur action. Based on Sachs's twelve years as director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, his thirteen years advising the United Nations secretary-general on the Millennium Development Goals, and his recent presentation of these ideas in a popular online course, The Age of Sustainable Development is a landmark publication and clarion call for all who care about our planet and global justice.
Find out more about The Earth Institute
Talk with Lorena Zarate.
In collaboration with Columbia University’s Latin American and Caribbean Laboratory (Latin Lab) and the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP). Part of the Mexican Mondays series, Center for Mexican Studies - Institute of Latin American Studies.
Please join the Harriman Institute for a talk by Tatiana Valovaya, Member of the Board (Minister) for the Integration and Macroeconomics of the Eurasian Economic Commission and Professor of International Economic Relations at the Financial University (Moscow).
In 1999, Tatiana served as Deputy Head, and in 2001 as Head of the Department of International Cooperation in the Office of the Government of the Russian Federation. Previous positions include Head of the Monetary and Financial Policy Department in the Ministry for Cooperation with Member States of the Commonwealth of Independent States and Consultant to the Presidential Administration, where she covered issues of cooperation with member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Join Columbia and Ivy alumni for a wine and cheese reception at the Kennedy Center's Russian Lounge.
Our host is Cornell Club of Washington DC inviting our members and their guests to a wine and cheese reception at the Kennedy Center's Russian Lounge, followed by a full-orchestra rehearsal of Wagner's opera, "The Flying Dutchman," conducted by Philippe Auguin. The rehearsal will feature the complete opera, including all singers as well as the full orchestra.
A member of the production's creative team, one of the singers, and Washington National Opera's Executive Director Michael Mael will join us during the reception to answer our questions about opera, discuss the WNO's production of The Flying Dutchman, and talk about the rest of this and next year's exciting season.
More info here: http://dc.alumni.columbia.edu/flying_dutchman
In cooperation with the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of Seattle and Columbia Venture Community, we're excited to be hosting Chris McGarry, Director for Entrepreneurship at Columbia, Ethan Rudin, CFO of Rhapsody, and Edmond Sanctis, Co-Founder of Sahale Snacks, for a panel discussion about entrepreneurship.
Started in July 2013, Columbia Entrepreneurship (CE) seeks to help Columbia students, faculty and alumni launch Columbia-born ventures. One example of their efforts is the Columbia Startup Lab in SoHo in New York City that provides subsidized space for 71 Columbia alumni entrepreneurs. Learn more about Columbia Entrepreneurship HERE.
Streaming music company Rhapsody competes in a field of players larger than itself: Spotify, Pandora, Apple, Amazon. It has huge growth, having increased its user base 60% from a year ago. Though Rhapsody has existed in different forms since the early 2000's, it is like a startup in many ways. Ethan Rudin, a graduate of Columbia Business School, is one of the people leading the charge at Rhapsody as CFO.
Finally, from the seemingly simple ingredients of a friendship, a hike, and a love for good food, Edmond Sanctis and Josh Schroeter created Sahale Snacks in 2003. These two graduates of Columbia Business School came from backgrounds in media and technology rather than food and, by not doing things the usual way, they've brought their passion from their kitchen - rather than a garage - to a 2014 acquisition by the J.M. Smucker Company.
Whether from working with a startup mentality at internationally recognized brands or creating a whole new brand, Ethan and Edmond have unique insight into what it takes to build something from the bottom up. Come hear about the present and future for Columbia entrepreneurs.
What's going to happen:
We'll be hosting this event at the K&L Gates offices in downtown Seattle. The night will start with time for food, drinks, and conversation. Chris will then give us a presentation on the SoHo Startup Lab and updates on the Columbia Entrepreneurship program. This will be followed by a speaking panel featuring Chris, Ethan, and Edmond with some Q&A. Finally, there will be a chance for more conversation and to meet with Chris, Ethan, and Edmond more personally at the end of the night.
Space is limited. Please click here to RSVP.
The week before the event, tickets will be $15.
There will be food and drinks at the event.
Thanks and hope to see you there!
Title: 6 Memos for the Next Trading Years
Abstract: The talk explores six topics in trading and risk management that are key to differentiate between a good trade and a bad one. Correlation, frequency content of a noisy signal, and portfolio construction will be discussed with special emphasis on how models and strategies need to be different on the buy side vs. the sell side (practical applications will be drawn from rates, credit, and equities). Trading and modeling challenges of current rates environment will also be discussed.
Bio: Dario Villani is Co-Head of Global Rates & Macro at Hutchin Hill Capital LP. Dario joined Hutchin Hill from BlueCrest Capital Management where he was Portfolio Manager and built the Credit and Macro effort in the US. Dario was Managing Director in Global Credit Trading at Deutsche Bank before BlueCrest. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 2008, Mr. Villani was Managing Director of the Global Strategic Risk Group at Merrill Lynch. In this role, he headed proprietary trading for structured credit, ABS and CMBS. From 2004 to 2006, he was Vice President of the Proprietary Positioning Business at JPMorgan Chase. Previously, Mr. Villani worked at Hess Energy Trading Company as a Commodities Trader. He holds a PhD in Theoretical Physics with highest honors and a Masters in Finance from Princeton University and has authored over 25 articles in finance, physics and statistics. Dario is also a Visiting Lecturer at Princeton University where he teaches a graduate class in Trading and Risk Management.
Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) invites you to a free screening of “Merchants of Doubt,” a new documentary about paid climate change naysayers.
Liz Spayd, CJR Editor in Chief, will welcome the Director, Robert Kenner, who will introduce the film.
Free refreshments at 6pm. Program at 6:30pm. Film at 7:00pm. Q&A post screening, 8:30pm.
Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) hosts director Robert Kenner and a FREE advance screening of "Merchants of Doubt" a documentary about the paid climate change naysayer business. Free food and drink.
Is it your dream to go to medical school? Were you shocked to learn that the average gpa accepted medical school applicants was 3.67 last year and the average science gpa a 3.61? Are worried that your academic performance at Columbia might not be strong enough to get you into medical school?
Don’t despair! There are great options for improving your academic record before applying to medical school.
Come join us for an informative program:
Panel on Premedical Record Enhancing Postbaccalaureate Programs
Monday March 2nd, 2015
517 Hamilton Hall
Come out and learn about these programs. Representatives from many of the most successful record-enhancing programs will be here to tell you about their program and answer questions you may have.
Representatives will be here from:
Commonwealth Medical College
Movies are screened in the East Gallery followed by a moderated discussion in French. Attendance is free. Unless indicated otherwise, films are in French with English subtitles.
U.S. premiere followed by Q & A with director Jérôme Prieur and historian Robert O. Paxton
Film in French with English subtitles
This new documentary by talented filmmaker Jérôme Prieur follows the life and times of Hélène Berr, a young French Jewish woman who lived in Paris with her family during the Occupation until she was arrested in March 1944 and sent to Auschwitz and then Bergen-Belsen, where she died in April 1945. She kept a journal during the war that remained private until it was published in 2008, becoming widely read, translated into 25 languages, studied in French schools, and treated in several exhibitions. This documentary (never before shown in the U.S.) has just received the award for best French television documentary in 2014 from the Syndicat Français de la Critique de cinéma et des films de télévision. Robert O. Paxton is Mellon Professor Emeritus at Columbia University and the author of several works, most notably, Vichy France (1972).
Funding for this event is provided by the Knapp Family Foundation
Finding internships and full-time employment in America as an international student is difficult, and you need all the help you can get. The International Student Advisory Board (ISAB) offers you the opportunity to network with young alumni at top firms in finance, consulting, and tech, and listen to their personal experiences and advice on finding jobs, navigating work authorization, and other challenges. Co-Sponsors: Columbia College Alumni Association Space is limited! Light refreshments provided.
Senior thesis stipend applications due for spring-term senior projects.
Columbia College sophomores are welcome to enter into this lottery to be selected, at random, to dine with Dean Valentini in an intimate, group setting, on Friday, March 6. By entering the lottery, you are confirming your availability for the entire duration of the event. NOTE: This registration is ONLY to be entered into the lottery. Students who are selected to attend will be notified via email by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 4.
In this interactive workshop, students will learn strategies on how to approach difficult conversations and resolve conflict.
Retirement is not as far away as you think! Learn what you can do to help make your retirement dream come true on schedule.
TIAA-CREF’s workshop leaders will share retirement strategies that work:
Identify your “retirement vision” – how much you’ll need and when, so you can have the retirement you want
Define the simple steps to getting your finances on track to reach your ideal retirement in 10 to 15 years
Learn the unique characteristics of retirement plans from403(b) to IRAs to annuities – and which work best for you
Join TIAA-CREF for a brown bag lunch as we share experiences, develop new investing skills and bring retirement into focus.
Date: March 3, 2015
Time: 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Location: Studebaker Building, Room 469
Please note that while the content in this workshop is geared towards women, the information shared may benefit any employee. We invite all employees who have interest in the topic to join the discussion, regardless of your gender.
The spring can be a great time for you to learn more about independent schools in New York City without having to send in applications first. We’ll talk about the independent school timeline, how to find out about spring tours and open houses, and the admissions and financial aid processes.
Presenter: Deborah Ashe, Director, School & Child Care Search Service
Patient centered care focuses our attention on increased patient loyalty, maintaining current patients, growing practices and increased volume that leads to increased revenue. Participants will gain an understanding of the importance of a service of culture and the impact of individual performance to reinforce it and awareness of our expectations for service.
- To clarify the meaning and importance of patient-centered care
- To review patient satisfaction data and areas for improvement
- To identify the key competencies needed to deliver WOW service
- To discuss the core skills that support a culture of service
- To practice using customer service skills that enhance patient-centered care
The Herbert H. Lehman Center for American History, Columbia University, presents
Professor of History and Janet H. Robb Chair in the Social Sciences, Barnard College
A Lever Long Enough: A History of Columbia's School of Engineering and Applied Science Since 1864
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 1:00 PM
406 International Affairs Building
420 West 118th Street
Lunch will be served.
All newly admitted students must attend an Academic Planning Session before meeting with an advisor and registering for classes.
Stephen Ferry is an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in National Geographic, GEO, TIME and the New York Times, among other outlets.
“The Role of Genomics in Precision Medicine”,
Wendy K. Chung, M.D., Ph.D.,
Division of Molecular Genetics, Department of Pediatrics
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
ICRC Auditorium, 1st Floor
(1130 St. Nicholas Avenue)
Host: Gerard Karsenty
The Columbia Association of Australia & The Yale Club of Victoria with the alumni clubs of Brown, Cambridge, Chicago, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, M.I.T., Northwestern, Oxford, Penn, Princeton, Stanford, & University College London invite you and your guests to join us for the Ivy & Friends 2015 Kick-Off Celebrations and Yale's Annual Alumni Global Get-Together.
Cost: Drinks and food at bar prices
For information please contact Tony Bracy at email@example.com or 0418 268 060.
We look forward to seeing you and your friends there!
Join professor Claudia Dreifus' class on Tuesday, March 3, for a panel-style discussion and Q&A by top science editors from the New York and DC areas (including Tom Lin from Quanta and Lesley Seymour from More Magazine). It's a great place to learn more about communicating science from the media side, and for students to make contacts if they're interested in writing popular science.