FILM:143 Sahara Street (143 Rue du désert)

On Host's Website NY

A film by Hassan Ferhani, 2019, 100 min. RSVP HERE  Screening window begins: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 12 pm EST. Screening window ends: Thursday, April 15, 2021 11 pm EST. In […]

West Harlem Arts: Resilience 2021

On Host's Website NY

West Harlem Arts, a collaborative initiative from The Children’s Art Carnival and Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano, is pleased to announce its inaugural group show, Resilience. The virtual exhibition series celebrates […]

Art School Pedagogy 2.0 Exhibition: Art In Isolation

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March 27 - April 30, 2021 Curated by HC Huỳnh As artists and educators, we spend much of our time exploring and negotiating shared social and aesthetic experiences. Over the past year, many of us have felt isolated or compelled to use our time in isolation to make work that specifically addresses the challenges, possibilities, […]

Power Play Women’s History Month Exhibit

Interchurch Center 475 Riverside Drive, New York

Celebrating Women's History month, in the current show Power Play, we have work from two artists, Lucy Rovetto and Armisey Smith. These two women work in very different ways, using various mixed media as well as traditional materials. Both however are interested in questioning power structures, the status quo and bringing into view things that […]

COVID-19 Testing at the Cathedral

Cathedral of St. John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, at W. 112th Street, New York

Over the course of the pandemic, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine has been committed to serving our community in whatever capacity possible. We are proud to partner with NYC Health + Hospitals once again to offer free, safe, and confidential COVID-19 testing every day from April 12th - April 25th. Testing will take […]

Judge Simon H. Rifkind Award Luncheon

Online online, New York

HONORING FAIZA J. SAEED AND STEVEN M. COHEN Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. ET Please join us at this annual virtual gala luncheon where we will celebrate the achievements and contributions of Faiza J. Saeed, Presiding […]

Food for Thought: The Ethics of Progress

Online online, New York

Eli Amdur, Adjunct Professor (retired), Coach, Advisor, T-shirt Philosopher, and Lead Guitarist The history and future of ethical decision making. A theoretical and case-study look at “progress” – with and without […]

Manipulated Justice in Russia

Online online, New York

This event will be held virtually as a Zoom webinar and streamed via YouTube Live. There will be no in-person event. Click here to register & access live stream links. […]

TISSUE TALKS: Celeste Nelson, PhD, Princeton University

Online online, New York

We are excited to welcome Prof. Celeste Nelson from Princeton University to Tissue Talks on Wednesday, April 14th at 3:00PM EST as she presents, "Developmental bioengineering: implementing evolution’s strategies to build […]

NDI’s FREE, After School Class for 4th & 5th Graders

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

NEW OFFERING: FREE NDI Zoom Class for 4th & 5th Graders ndiLIVE! AfterSchool Wednesdays from 3:30pm to 4:15pm Spring 2021 Session: April 14 through June 16 Come dance with us […]

Russian Influence in the Middle East: A New Era?

Online online, New York

This event will be held virtually as a Zoom webinar and streamed via YouTube Live. There will be no in-person event. To register and access live stream links, visit the event page on our website: https://harriman.columbia.edu/event/virtual-event-russian-influence-middle-east-new-era Register here for the Zoom webinar, or tune in on YouTube Live. Please join the Program on U.S.-Russian Relations for a panel […]

Engaging Youth Climate Activists

Online online, New York

Recognizing the 2021 Earth Day theme to “Restore Our Earth”, hear from student voices, the New York City Department of Education, and TC’s Center for Sustainable Futures on how to engage youth as agents of restoration and change on the global climate stage. Speakers will examine questions of what motivates youth to mobilize, provide diverse […]

Unpacking the Man Box: Reimagining Masculine Norms

Online online, New York

Join Sexual Violence Response (SVR) as we sit down in conversation with experts in the field of men’s engagement around thriving masculinities, the anti-violence movement, and male-identified survivorship. We will explore the man box at the intersection of identity, grapple with the meaning of ‘healthy’ and ‘thriving masculinities’, and delve into the nuance and complexity of […]

How Can Injustices Within the Criminal Legal Context be Attenuated?

Online online, New York

This interdisciplinary panel (the first in a two-part series) will begin to answer the following question: Why do injustices within the criminal legal system arise? Panelists will share their work on building a more just society and leveraging tools of psychology to catalyze change. Event Speakers Kayla Burd, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of […]

Careers in Social Entrepreneurship Panel Union Theological Seminary

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Co-sponsored by the Student Affairs Career Development Office and the Union Alumni/ae Council Wednesday, April 14; 4:30 – 5:30 pm ET Zoom webinar: Click here Social Entrepreneurship as a concept gained traction in the 1980’s and has only expanded since then. Definitions abound, but essentially, a social entrepreneur’s main goal is to offer solutions for a […]

Race in America: Covering Violence against Asians (Rescheduled)

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Current events have given us urgent cause to reexamine the United States’ long history of discrimination and violence against Asian Americans. Chinese were lynched in California and exclusionary laws cut back their immigration. Japanese citizens were corralled into barbed-wire camps during World War II. And immigrants from Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, India and elsewhere faced levels […]

Community Fitness: Zumba

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TC Zumba instructor, Anna Serrichio (M.S. '19, Communication), is taking the dance party VIRTUAL! Join us on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00 - 7:00 pm EST.  Join at tc.columbia.edu/events/ -- Can't join us at that time? We've got it covered! To view past events, please visit our Past Events Archive on the TC Coming Together site. 

The Harlem Maker Fair: Programs, Projects & Partners

Online online, New York

Karioki Crosby is the Founder of Latimer Heights and has developed the Harlem Maker Fair as a Bundles Scholar.  Latimer Heights produces the Harlem Maker Fair and offers digital literacy workshops for children, youth, and adults at Columbia University, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Microsoft, and HIP HOP HACKS. In 2021, […]

Wangui Muigai – Counting Deaths

Online online, New York

Infant mortality has long been recognized as a disproportionate cause of death for black Americans. This talk examines the historical origins of tracking black infant mortality in the U.S. The data collected during slavery and in the long transition to freedom served a range of purposes, spanning preventative public health measures to theories forecasting black […]

Telling Stories: Medicine and Institutional Racism

Online online, New York

ICLS and the Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics presents: Medical Humanities and Pandemic Urbanisms - Telling Stories: Medicine and Institutional Racism April 14, 6:00 PM EST Registration is required. You may register here. Speakers Bettina Judd (Gender, Women and Sexuality, U Washington) and Raymond Givens (Internal Medicine, Columbia University), moderator Rita Charon (Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics), and respondent Matthew Sandler (American […]

Event Postponed: White Freedom: the Racial History of an Idea

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

This event has been postponed in recognition of the paused Graduate Workers of Columbia-UAW 2110 strike.  It will be rescheduled for a later date.  You may still sign up for the event and we will inform you when a new date is scheduled.   To RSVP for this webinar, click here. The era of the Enlightenment, […]

Black Arts Dialogues (BAD) director, Dee Rees & Ayana Mathis

Online online, New York

Black Arts Dialogues (BAD ) Session II: Ayana Mathis in conversation with Dee Rees Wednesday, April 14 at 7:00PM est. Click here for registration This is an Online Event Dee Rees is an alumna of New York University’s graduate film program. A writer-director whose feature film Pariah premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, the film received the “John Cassavetes Award” […]

New Perspectives on Abortion and the Jewish Community

Online online, New York

AN ONLINE MINI-COURSE WITH DR. MICHAL RAUCHER  Wednesdays April 7, 14, 21 at 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET This course has been generously underwritten by the Asbell Family in memory of Edward Lieber […]

Crippling Compensation in ISDS: Current Practices and New Approaches

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Please register here. The issue of damages in investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) is gaining increased attention. Arbitrators are devoting more space to the topic in their awards and counsel and experts in their submissions, States are reflecting on this in their policy- and treaty-making capacities, and academics and other commentators are increasingly scrutinizing existing approaches and […]

First International Symposium of Fusobacteria (Virtual)

Online online, New York

Please join us April 15 for the First International Symposium of Fusobacteria. This event will take place virtually. Organizing Committee:   Yiping Han, Columbia University, USA Gilad Bachrach, Hebrew University, Israel Jorg Vogel, University of Wurzburg, Germany Confirmed Speakers:  Matthew Meyerson (keynote), Dana Farber Cancer Institute, USA Emma Allen-Vercoe, University of Guelph, Canada Hideo Baba, Kumamoto University, […]

China’s Military and Security Diplomacy in Central Asia

Online online, New York

This event will be held virtually as a Zoom webinar and streamed via YouTube Live. There will be no in-person event. Click here to register & access live stream links   Register here for the Zoom webinar, or tune in on YouTube Live. Please join us for the 4th Annual Edward A. Allworth Memorial Lecture, given by Erica Marat (National Defense […]

EPD Workshop in Development Practice: 2021 Final Presentations

Online online, New York

The student teams in SIPA’s Workshop in Development Practice (the EPD Workshop) have been working this year on cutting-edge projects with twelve clients in over ten countries. This year's projects support agricultural technology and food security, inclusive energy finance, impact bonds and impact investing, digital governance and public sector innovation, education models and policies, gender […]

Social Science Perspectives on Trust and Mistrust of Climate Science

Online online, New York

Over the last three decades, the debate about climate change has involved challenges to the very evidence of change, disagreements about status of models and simulations as scientific evidence, calls for “sound science,” disputes about the contribution of anthropogenic causes, attempts to cast doubt on the integrity and plausibility of forecasts and assessments, and various […]

COVID-19 Lessons for Population Mental Health

Online online, New York

Columbia Mailman School of Public Health The Dean's Grand Rounds on the Future of Public Health  Gary S. Belkin, MD, PhD, MPH Founder, Billion Minds Institute Former NYC Deputy Health Commissioner 2020-2021 McSilver Fellow-in-Residence McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University Kathleen J. Sikkema, PhD Chair and Stephen Smith Professor Department […]

Race + Data Science: Mutale Nkonde, AI for the People

Online online, New York

Elections, Online Chatter and Content Moderation Guest Speaker: Mutale Nkonde, Founding Director, AI for the People REGISTER HERE Chaired By: Desmond Upton Patton, Associate Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, The Data Science Institute, Columbia University. Patton is also Associate Professor of Social Work; Associate Dean of Curriculum Innovation and Academic Affairs; and Courtesy Appointment […]

Brass Ensemble with John Sheppard, Conductor

On Host's Website NY

WATCH HERE APR 15 | THURS 12:30 PM EDT MSM Brass Ensemble John Sheppard (BM ’86), Conductor More information to come! APRIL-MAY 2021 PERFORMANCE BROCHURE

Close Looking Salon: Homeless Jesus Sculpture at St. John the Divine

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

Join a Cathedral Educator and other art enthusiasts for a close look at Homeless Jesus, a sculpture by Timothy P. Schmalz that rests on the Cathedral Close near Amsterdam Ave. Share your observations and come together with other participants to come to a shared understanding of this captivating artwork. Tickets are $10/person. This program will take […]

EI LIVE K12: Talking about the Weather

Online online, New York

Earth Institute LIVE (EI LIVE) K12 is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents. About this Event Presenter: Max Mauerman, Staff Associate, and J. Nicolas Hernandez-Aguilera, Postdoctoral Research Scientist, International Research Institute for Climate and Society Target Audience: Grades 6-12 Despite advances in measuring historical climate conditions with satellites and weather […]

Memory + Meaning + Making: Black Paint Curriculum Design Lab, Department of Curriculum & Teaching

Online online, New York

Join Black Paint for a curricular art-making activity, in dialogue with works exploring a place, memory, and healing, through creative materials and site-specific performances. This event is coordinated by Black Paint, a curriculum design lab at TC, and the Department of Curriculum and Teaching's Peer Mentoring program, with support from the Office of the Vice President […]

Singers Workshops at Teachers College

Zoom https://zoom.us/, NY

February 25, 2021 - April 29, 2021 Two workshops for the Spring Term. Spring Term Both workshops: Feb. 25 - Apr. 29, 2021 - No class on March 4 and April 1 Music Theatre Vocal Workshop - 5:00 - 6:30pm EST on Thursdays Young Men's Vocal Workshop - 5:00 - 6:30pm EST on Thursdays Summer Term Build Your […]

MeMoSa: Student Artists-in-Residence & Post-Bacc Process Showing

Online online, New York

Come see our Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Allison Costa and Student Artists-in-Residence Nkima Stephenson and Elise Logan present their work! See how these emerging artists have utilized the Movement Lab to explore in their different individual long-term projects and […]

Pandemic Vulnerability to Vaccine (In)Equity

Online online, New York

"Black Lives in the Era of COVID 19: Pandemic Vulnerability to Vaccine (In)Equity.” Pre-Registration Required: https://bit.ly/3w1OXe0 __Panelists__ Dr. Wafaa M. El-Sadr,MD , University Professor, Dr. Mathilde Krim-amfAR Chair of Global Health, Columbia University Gregg Gonsalves, Associate Professor Yale Law School; Co-Director, Global Healthy Justice, Yale University Dr. Bisola O. Ojikutu, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School Samuel K. Roberts […]

Current Effects (of climate change on existing ecosystems)

Online online, New York

This panel will focus on the effects of climate change on existing ecosystems. Artists and scientists discuss how they each train an interpretive lens on the natural world. Reading and learning from humans, animals, and objects in a changing world, artists and scientists help make viewers aware of our larger and more holistic connection to the […]

JTS Changemakers: What’s Next for Jewish Life?

Online online, New York

With JTS alumni Rabbi Sharon Brous, Rabbi Menachem Creditor, Rabbi Mitch Malkus, and Rabbi Julie Roth. Moderator: Rabbi Danny Nevins. Thursday, April 15 6:00-7:00 p.m. ET A year of pandemic has upended almost every aspect of Jewish life. But it has also opened our eyes to new ways of learning, praying, gathering, and celebrating. JTS's Rabbi Danny Nevins will ask four JTS […]