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Book Launch Series: Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action

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WTO 2.0: The Return (to Prominence) Through the JSI

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2021 Greater Good Challenge

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rAADio: Sites of Entanglements

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Such Sweet Thunder: A Listening Session

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HIV & COVID-19: When Pandemics Collide

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Clean + Go Green - December 2 to 3, 2021

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To Make the Wounded Whole: The African-American Struggle Against HIV

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Richard Lin in Masterclass

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December Narrative Medicine Rounds with Eyal Press

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Stats On Your Own – Three Sessions to Self-Reliance

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TISSUE TALKS: Deepak Srivastava, M.D., Gladstone Institutes

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Food for Thought – Social Media for Social Good in Our Pandemic Era

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2021: The Year of Cyber Norms

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Applied Mathematics Colloquium with Jack Xin, UC Irvine

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Book launch for "Jews, Liberalism, Antisemitism - A Global History"

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The Hydrogen Revolution and the Energy Transition

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Wellsprings of David Burliuk’s Art

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Book talk: Labor Contestation at Walmart Brazil

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After the Biden-Putin Summit: The State of US-Russia Relations One Year into the Biden Administration

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Energy Transition Imperative: How Do We Get There From Here?

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The Importance of Diversity

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Planning Innovative Trial Designs with High Risk Patients

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The Law's Cheapest Meat

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The impact of the 2021 presidential election on Chile’s future

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[EI LIVE K-12] Unearthing Microfossils – Keepers of the Earth’s Climate Record

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Barnard/Columbia Dances (CUID only)

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Barnard/Columbia Dances (CUID only)

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Columbia Fast Pitch Competition 2021

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Book Launch Series: Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action

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Environment, Climate, and Cultural Heritage: Native American Perspectives

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Book Talk. #WomenofBiH

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The Origins of Turkish Studies at Columbia University

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BME Seminar: Laurel Carney, Ph.D., University of Rochester

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The Taliban Takeover

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Social Enterprise Conference, Capital for Good: Digital Event Series

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Carbon Border Adjustments in the EU, the U.S., and Beyond

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Rising Stars in Engineering in Health - 2021 Workshop

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NFTS: Future or Fad?

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Valuing the City

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Critical Race Theory and Writing for the General Reader

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The Crown Awards: A Virtual Benefit

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Moral Distress, Nursing and Bioethics: Challenges and Solutions

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Columbia Climate Conversations: The Sustainable Fashion Revolution

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Books that Bind November 2021

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Local Journalism and Media Policy: Lessons from Overseas

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IICD Seminar Series: Stacey Finley, USC

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Lies and the Press

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Advances in Precision Medicine Seminar - Marylyn Ritchie, PhD

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Des empires sous la terre: Is There a Secularocene?

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Shaping the Future of Work - David Autor

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Queer Central Asian Activism

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Art + Life: Naima Coster

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Brazil Seminar - Democracy in Brazil Panel

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Digital Transformation and the Future of Work

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Mental Health in Uncertain Times: Fostering Resilience in Children

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Pablo Gomez - Slave Trading & Medical Arithmetics in the Atlantic

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Jhumpa Lahiri with Amara Lakhous: On Writing in Italian, Migration/Mobility, and Belonging

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An Argument for Healthy Longevity (and Public Health)

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Algorithms for the People

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Info Session: Hacking for Humanity + the Planet Venture Incubator

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Where To Now? The New Challenges to Russian Independent Media

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The Monetary/Fiscal Policy Mix Needed for Attacking the COVID Slump

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Yan Chen: Virtual Teams for a Gig Economy

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How Do We Think about Population in the Anthropocene?

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ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: An open discussion about the Mauvais Genres Film Festival

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Conducting Oral Histories with Srebrenica Genocide Survivors

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Columbia University Trans Awareness Week Keynote: Eva Reign

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Masterclass: Clarence Penn, Jazz Percussion

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Brigitte Shim: Crafting Place

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November COVID-19 Research Webinar

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Website Design Best Practices for Wealth Managers

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Identification of Genetic Modifiers for Familial Alzheimer’s

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Intercultural Dialogue Among Youth in North Macedonia

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Earth2Class: Laia Andreu-Hayles

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Podcast Essentials: Thinking Like an Audio Storyteller

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The Role of Hydrological Changes and Human Integration in Semi-Arid Landscapes of Mapungubwe, Shashe-Limpopo Basin, South Africa

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The Origins of Middle East Studies in the U.S.

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Memory Laws: Global and Local Perspectives in Poland and Beyond

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Mid-day Music: MPP Performance Seminar

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Book Talk. Klimat: Russia in the Age of Climate Change

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International Dispute Resolution

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The Bronx Is Up And The Battery’s Down

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Psychoanalysts on American Slavery: Privleges and Pleasures

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Digital Selves: Embodiment and Subjectivity in New Media Cultures

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1st Black Brazilian Women Intellectuals International Conference: Black Women and Brazilian Politics

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Lin Lecture: Children's Savings, Student Debt, and Wealth Inequality

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"We Also Have to Give Children Something to Live For"

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The Rise of Russia and China in the Western Balkans

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Felt Antagonisms: On Affect and Affirmation

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Rethinking Argentina's Strategic Sectors for Economic Growth

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TISSUE TALKS: "Building a Human on a Chip: A 32 Year Odyssey"

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Brazil Seminar - ESG and Impact Investing in Brazil

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4/13 The Combahee River Collective

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The Politics of Integrative Care in Clinical Spaces in Russia

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Columbia Energy Tech Revolution Forum -- Beyond Lithium-Ion: What Can We Expect from New Battery Tech?

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City Size & Public Service Access: Brazil, India & Indonesia

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PLAYSONOS: A Digital Audio Play Festival

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“Natural Pollutants” and Environmental Agnotology

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Workshop: Topics in Russian and Eurasian Studies

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Elizabeth Wrigley-Field: How Racial Disparities Intersect with Age-Related Risks in Two Pandemics: 1918 and COVID-19

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Winona LaDuke: Food Security In A Time Of Climate Change

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Wonne Ickx: Unadapted

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Buro Happold

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The Science of Abolition

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November Narrative Medicine Rounds with Sarah Schulman

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Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) Virtual Career Fair

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Anti-Racism Speaker Series: Marcella Nunez-Smith, PhD, Yale

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Shaping The Future Of Work - David Autor • Morningside Area Alliance
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Abstract: Despite two centuries of rapid automation, there is no sign that we are running out of jobs. But skill demands and job opportunities are changing rapidly, creating some winners and many losers. Technological change is a critical driver of these developments, but it does not happen of its own accord. Rather, it is an outcome of incentives, institutional choices, and collective and individual values. Autor will discuss how technological change both automates and augments human labor, and how we can measure and distinguish these forces. While innovation is critical for solving society’s most challenging problems, it matters not just
whether we innovate but how and where we innovate: which jobs, skills, and people are automated and which are augmented. The majority of today’s jobs had yet to be invented a century ago. The jobs that we will create, and the labor market that workers will confront, depend in part on the investments that we make at present and the institutions that channel productivity into prosperity.

Bio: David Autor is Ford Professor in the MIT Department of Economics, codirector of the NBER Labor Studies Program, and coleader of both the MIT Work of the Future Task Force and the JPAL Work of the Future experimental initiative. His scholarship explores the labor-market impacts of technological change and globalization on job polarization, skill demands, earnings levels and inequality, and electoral outcomes. Autor has received numerous awards for both his scholarship—the National Science Foundation CAREER Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship, the Sherwin Rosen Prize for outstanding contributions to the field of Labor Economics, and the Andrew Carnegie Fellowship in 2019—and for his teaching, including the MIT MacVicar Faculty Fellowship. Most recently, Autor received the Heinz 25th Special Recognition Award from the Heinz Family Foundation for his work “transforming our understanding of how globalization and technological change are impacting jobs and earning prospects for American workers”. In 2017, Autor was recognized by Bloomberg as one of the 50 people who defined global business. In a 2019 article, the Economist magazine labeled him as “The academic voice of the American worker”. Later that same year, and with (at least) equal justification, he was christened “Twerpy MIT Economist” by John Oliver of Last Week Tonight in a segment on automation and employment.

Event Contact Information:
ELIESE LISSNER
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Date

Nov 18 2021
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Time

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Online
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