Columbia University

Introduction to Peacemaking Circles

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Transition in the Food Industry:A Solutions Approach

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Brazil Seminar: Short-Term Challenges and Long-Term Opportunities

From: 2023-02-08 6:10 PM
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Who Hears Here?: On Black Music, Pasts and Present

From: 2023-02-01 6:0 PM
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Guest talk on Collaboration, Media and Youth Culture with Dev Moore

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Tissue Talks: Shyni Varghese, Duke

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The Energy Transition and Indigenous Communities

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Race, Climate, and the Built Environment

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Integrating Interprofessional Spiritual Care in Palliative Care

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Spyware and the Press

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A New Era for the Sake Industry in Japan and Beyond

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Update: Legal Trade and Investment in Cuba

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The Missing, the Dead and the Survivors

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The Yanomami Struggle, by Davi Kopenawa

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Universal Food Security: How to End Hunger

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Screening of A tale of love and desire by Leyla Bouzid

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Film Screening & Discussion. "Sniper: The White Raven"

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Town Hall for Community Health Workers

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Kathleen Hickey Endowed Lectureship in Science of CV Care

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Screening: Leave No Trace: A Hidden History of the Boy Scouts

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Screening and Director Q&A: The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks

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Dramatic Performance by Patrick Boucheron

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Book Talk. "Free: A Child and a Country at the End of History"

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The Rapid Rise in U.S. Interest Rates

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Screening: Oscar-nominated documentary Navalny with Director Q&A

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Organ Meditation

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Laura Poitras in conversation with Dean Andrés Jaque

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Book Talk: Josh Lambert, "The Literary Mafia"

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Explore the Shape-Shifting Media Climate with Earth’s Publicist

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BME Seminar: Eric Wieschaus, Princeton Professor and Nobel Laureate

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Anita Graef: Cross-cultural works for solo cello by women

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Book Presentation - Cuban Privilege - Susan Eckstein

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Tissue Talks: Katrina Armstrong, CUIMC

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Éléonore Weill: Jewish songs from France

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TBB-ers’ Vocal Workshop

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South-South Cooperation in Urban Development, Policies and Planning

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Land, Law, Labor

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Creative Writing Lecture: Katie Kitamura

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Screening of Angels by Jasmine Bissete

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Columbia University + Chile: A Century of Innovation + Collaboration

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Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal

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Beyond Marco Polo: Venice and the Mongols in the 13th-15th Centuries

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The Aftermath of the Attacks in Brazil’s Capital

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Boonserm Premthada, Bangkok Project Studio

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Columbia Climate School's REU Information Session

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2023 Yosef Yerushalmi Annual Memorial Lecture: Sarah Abrevaya Stein

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Vladimir Gandelsman: "A Man Only Needs a Room", Poetry Reading

From: 2023-01-27 6:30 PM
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Weinberg Family CP Center Webinar - 3 Myths About Cerebral Palsy

From: 2023-01-26 7:0 PM
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Saxophone Colossus: The Life and Music of Sonny Rollins

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Mark Podwal: Drawing on My Eastern European Roots

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Tissue Talks: Bruce Conklin, UCSF

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Lunar New Year Day of Celebration

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The Rat Academy in Morningside Heights

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Bioethics in Film: From Screen to Seminar "Seizing Hope"

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2024 Starts Now

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Ovarian Aging: A Target for Geroprotection in Women

From: 2023-01-19 4:0 PM
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Designing for Dissemination, Sustainability, and Equity

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Community Science Institute

From: 2023-01-21 9:30 AM
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Autism: From "Neuroplacentology" to Your Offices and Patients

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CU Grow Program - Vendor Development Application Deadline

From: 2023-01-13 8:0 AM
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Music Monday at The Forum

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Manhattanville Community Day

From: 2023-05-20 12:0 PM
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Wrestling with Social and Behavioral Genomics

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The Wellness Circle

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Multi-omics Boot Camp: Analysis of Omics Data for Research Studies

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Multi-omics Boot Camp: Analysis of Omics Data for Research Studies

From: 2023-01-18 12:0 PM
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Algorithmic Bias and Machine Learning in Health Care

From: 2023-01-12 4:0 PM
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Featured Alumni Series

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CIPC Pilot Presentations

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One-year MS in Human Nutrition Program Webinar

From: 2023-01-11 5:0 PM
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PI Crash Course: Skills for Future or New Lab Leaders

From: 2023-01-10 10:0 AM
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School Violence Prevention and Intervention Workshop

From: 2023-01-07 12:45 PM
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Child Abuse Identification and Reporting Workshop

From: 2023-01-07 10:0 AM
To: 2023-01-07 12:0 PM

PI Crash Course: Skills for Future or New Lab Leaders

From: 2023-01-09 10:0 AM
To: 2023-01-10 6:0 PM

Climate LIVE K12: Generating Applications to Gain Acceptance

From: 2023-01-11 4:0 PM
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How Low-Carbon Ammonia Can Help Fight Climate Change

From: 2023-01-18 12:0 PM
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Building, Land, Coal

From: 2022-12-08 12:0 PM
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Jorie Graham Reading

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Causal Inference, Causal Discovery, and Machine Learning

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Disinformation v. Misinformation: The Real Enemy of Truth

From: 2022-12-07 6:0 PM
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Discussing The Still Unfolding Chilean Constitutional Journey

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Non-literary fiction: Art of the Americas under Neo-Liberalism

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United States Ambassadors to Mexico

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Tiffany Nichols - Finding Stillness

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Microplastic Madness Screening

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Dismantling the Architectures of Liberalism

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On Public Monuments: Contemporary Art and Social Protest in Chile

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"Creativity and the Arts in Social Justice, Repair, and Forgiveness, a talk with Marc Bamuthi Joseph

From: 2022-12-07 6:0 PM
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Implementation Science Seminar

From: 2022-12-02 12:0 PM
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Leave No One Behind! New Strategies for the Global HIV Response

From: 2022-12-01 11:0 AM
To: 2022-12-01 2:0 PM

Jonathan Pacheco Bell - Embedded Planning is Worth The Struggle

From: 2022-11-29 1:15 PM
To: 2022-11-29 2:15 PM

Creative Writing Lecture: Hari Kunzru

From: 2022-11-30 7:30 PM
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The Rhetorical Foundations of Russian Politics

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Democracy, Illiberalism, and the Contentious Politics of Gender

From: 2022-11-28 6:0 PM
To: 2022-11-28 7:30 PM

Make it New: The Many Dantes of the Twenty-First Century

From: 2022-12-02 9:45 AM
To: 2022-12-02 6:30 PM

2022 Dart Awards Celebration & Winners' Roundtable

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Self-Tracking and the Experience of Algorithmic Technology

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Columbia CryptoEconomics Workshop

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Mutualism: Building the Next Economy from the Ground Up

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To: 2022-11-30 8:0 PM

Contributing to the Public's Good: Public Health Services

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CEEM Seminar Series | Emmanuel Detournay

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Monthly Seminar series on Corruption & Impunity

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The Proust Pandemic, 1922-2022

From: 2022-11-28 6:30 PM
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NYADIFF - "Kafe Negro," By Mario Delatour

From: 2022-11-25 2:0 PM
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Las Vueltas del Odio: A conversation with Gabriel Giorgi (NYU)

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To: 2022-11-17 3:0 PM

Film Screening & Discussion. "The Guide"

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Decoupling Europe and Russia After an Unanticipated War

From: 2022-11-21 4:15 PM
To: 2022-11-21 5:45 PM

Monkeypox and Protecting Communities of Color​

From: 2022-11-22 11:30 AM
To: 2022-11-22 12:30 PM

Japan’s New Economic Security Policy

From: 2022-11-21 12:30 PM
To: 2022-11-21 1:30 PM

Sync or Swarm

From: 2022-11-18 4:0 PM
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The Sea in the Middle: The Mediterranean World, 650-1650

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Corruption on Trial: Investigating the Honduran Narcostate

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The Newest New Yorkers: a Community Teach-in on Recent Migration

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ILAS 60th Anniversary

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The Debate over New Forms of Capitalism in Japan and the U.S.

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Echoes of Attica

From: 2022-11-14 6:0 PM
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Book Panel. “Reclaiming Human Rights in a Changing World Order”

From: 2022-11-17 12:0 PM
To: 2022-11-17 1:30 PM

Brazil Seminar: Brazil After the Elections

From: 2022-11-16 6:10 PM
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TISSUE TALKS: Yibing Qyang, Yale University

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IICD Seminar Series: Tobias Janowitz, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

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HICCC Exceptional Scholar Seminar

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How Sanctions Backfire: A Book Talk and Fireside Chat with Agathe Demarais

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Film Screening & Discussion. "Core of the World"

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Book Talk. "Cold War Radio" by Mark Pomar

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Our Apocalypses

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Book Panel: "Global Discord" by Paul Tucker

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Michelangelo’s “David” and his Sling: A Talk by Luca Giuliani

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Bioethics in Film: From Screen to Seminar

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To: 2022-11-15 6:0 PM

Cultivating Identity & Community Through Latin American Sports/Games

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Toward a Data-Driven Society

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The Ethics of Looking and Collecting in the Age of Restitution

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Columbia at Home | Leveraging LinkedIn with Lauren Mack '06JRN

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Jonathan Pacheco Bell - Embedded Planning Is Worth The Struggle In #morningsideheights

Jonathan Pacheco Bell – Embedded Planning is Worth The Struggle

Lecture by Jonathan Pacheco Bell. Jonathan Pacheco Bell (@c1typlann3r) is a Senior Project Manager for Land Use and Housing at the South Bay Cities Council of Governments and a Lecturer in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He has over 20 years of professional experience in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors spanning the fields of urban planning, architecture, and community libraries.

While working as a Los Angeles County Planner in South Central LA, Jonathan created Embedded Planning: the praxis locates the planner’s work on the street-level to increase equity and participation for historically marginalized communities harmed by inequitable planning. In addition to teaching and practice, Jonathan serves as Vice President of the Florence-Firestone Community Organization in South Central and represented Southern California on APA’s National Social Equity Task Force.

Jonathan is a First-Generation college graduate and mentor to emerging planners. A product of the California public school system from kindergarten to graduate school, he holds an M.A. in Urban Planning from UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, a Master of Library & Information Science from San Jose State University iSchool, a Bachelor’s in Political Science from Cal State LA, and an Associate’s in Architecture/Liberal Arts from East LA College.

Planning is political. Decisions about the built environment inherently impact people’s lives. Everything planners do involves a struggle over “who gets what, when, where, how, and why?” Planners respond to this debate but many of our practices have resulted in unjust planning. In this time of increasing interrogation of planning’s legacies of inequity, planners are moving with intention to be better partners. And as part of repair and healing, planners are seeking more ways to build meaningful community partnerships. No longer is technocratic rational planning the default. But while the pivot to participatory methods helped democratize the planning process, professional practice still prefers project-based, one-off, transactional engagement.

Orthodox planning must evolve.

A better way is possible.

Los Angeles-based urban planner Jonathan Pacheco Bell urges practitioners to consider Embedded Planning praxis. Developed by Bell on the ground in South Central LA, Embedded Planning is a way to fundamentally restructure community engagement and practice. Embedded Planning means planning from the street, not from a desk. Embedded Planners work in the spaces and places of community members, building bridges with marginalized communities harmed by inequitable planning. Embedded Planning is a praxis that puts theory into action to better this world. Since Bell declared Embedded Planning exists in 2018, it has grown into an international movement among emerging planners. In this talk, Bell will show how Embedded Planning is being used to transform engagement into lasting community partnerships rooted in trust.

Community members have embraced Embedded Planning because they feel seen and included. Yet despite this praxis bringing ignored voices to the table, Bell encountered blatant hostility from planning figureheads who judged Embedded Planning as “too political.” Through storytelling and personal reflection, Bell will illustrate the struggle to carry out Embedded Planning in the face of power. Attendees will learn the challenges and benefits of this unorthodox approach and understand why this praxis is the future of planning.