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 […]

China’s Military and Security Diplomacy in Central Asia

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 […]

EI LIVE K12: Talking about the Weather

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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 […]

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

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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 […]

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

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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

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"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)

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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?

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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 […]

‘Black Futures’

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Editors Kimberly Drew and Jenna Wortham in conversation with Margo Jefferson (Journalism '71), Writing.   About Black Futures:   An archive of collective memory and exuberant testimony A luminous map to navigate an opaque and disorienting present […]

Saudades: World Portuguese Language Day Celebration

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Saudades: World Portuguese Language Day Celebration, in association with Arte Institute: In recognition of the Lusophone community, this show is meant to spark reflection on the history and identity of […]

Religion, Public Policy and Political Engagement

Online online, New York

This online course will explore the intersections of public policy, political engagement and religious faith. Several key issues–i.e., poverty, immigration and foreign policy– will be explored through the lens of faith-based groups and leaders that have been at the forefront of advocacy and political engagement work. Resources on activating churches and other faith traditions for […]

Cantors, Controversy, & Compassion: Searching for God in Musical Complexity

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PART OF MUSICAL JOURNEYS WITH THE LIBRARY OF JTS An online discussion with Cantor Matthew Austerklein Thursday, April 15, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. ET This series is co-sponsored by The JTS Library and the Lowell Milken Center for Music of American Jewish Experience at The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. What are the spiritual possibilities of […]

Thematic Discussion Series: Combating Anti-AAPI Hate and Violence

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    Time: 8:30 - 10:00 PM (Beijing) | 8:30 - 10:00 AM (New York)   The rise in anti-Asian hate crimes has again underscored the long-standing anxiety and concern regarding racism and xenophobia. In response to the growing call to action to support anti-racism movement and to foster an inclusive community, this thematic discussion series, titled […]

Workshop: Student Artists-in-Residence & Post-Bacc Skill Share

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Inspired or intrigued by the projects Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Allison Costa and Student Artists-in-Residence Nkima Stephenson and Elise Logan presented at the MeMoSa last night? Come learn some of the skills and technologies behind their different experimentations! Explore narrative storytelling through choreography and creative coding, no experience necessary, all are welcome! RSVP Required Image: Top view images of Allison Costa in the Movement Lab […]

Rethinking Nature and Society in Latin America Conference

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This conference brings together experts in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities from Columbia and outside institutions to participate in a highly interdisciplinary discussion of nature and society in Latin America. Engaging varied disciplinary and national perspectives, the conference takes a regional approach to land and natural resource use policies and politics on the […]

Turn Up The Volume on Chanel Miller

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Emily Doe, the woman sexually assaulted on Stanford University’s campus in 2016, was unknown to the world until she wrote a victim impact statement that went viral. In her recently published […]

American Voices: Selected Piano Works by Black and Native American Composers

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Part of Carnegie Hall’s “Voices of Hope: Artists in Times of Oppression” festival Connor Chee: Navajo Vocable no. 9 (2014) Louis Ballard: Four American Indian Piano Preludes (1968) Margaret Bonds: Troubled Waters (1967) Dawn Avery: Onekha’shòn:a (The Waters; 2009) * Barbara […]

Emanuele Arciuli, piano: Black and Native American Composers

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This recital features two world premieres and four works composed for Emanuele Arciuli, the preeminent European specialist in American music for piano. He has long performed works by Black composers, […]

‘Release the Horses (fka hydra)’

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This performance will be livestreamed.   Release the Horses (fka hydra) is a new performance work commissioned by the Office of Public Programs and Engagement at Columbia University School of the […]

Earth Day Warmup – Special Sunday Sanity Song and Story Swap

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Our special Earth Week Sunday Sanity Song and Story Swap features an array of musical and lyrical guests including: Chuck Leavell, the forest-minded keyboardist for the Rolling Stones, former astronaut […]

Beauty & Self-Love: Connecting Back to Love, Body and Beauty

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The current social media climate and beauty industry can reinforce feelings of self-doubt and perpetuate the message that beauty equals conformity. In this workshop series, participants will cultivate greater self-acceptance, self-compassion, and decrease self-criticism through a variety of contemplative practices. By the end of this series, participants will have tools to help them feel more […]

Nonhuman Others: The Jerusalem Talmud on Animal Ethics

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NONHUMAN OTHERS: THE JERUSALEM TALMUD ON ANIMAL ETHICS WITH DR. ALEXANDER WEISBERG Part of our series "The 'Other' in Jewish Text and Tradition" April 19, 2021, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. ET This session […]

The Practice of Negotiating Intractable Conflicts

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How to End a 60 Year Old War: The Practice of Negotiating Intractable Conflicts Join the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution masters program for a conversation between Program Director Dr. Beth […]

EI LIVE K12: What We Talk About When We Talk About Climate

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Earth Institute LIVE (EI LIVE) K12 is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents. About this Event Presenter: Josh DeVincenzo, Senior Instructional Designer, National Center […]

Historical Dialogue: Interpretation and Telling the Story

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The focus of this panel is to explore the multiple ways to bring together the affected communities, specifically through oral histories and visual exhibitions. Panelists: -Banu Pekol, Formerly Cultural Heritage […]

Ponzi Economics in Postcommunist Europe

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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 […]

Current Issues in Neuroscience: Dr. Adrian Owen, OBE

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The Spring 2021 Talks Series of the Program in Neuroscience & Education Department of Biobehavioral Sciences Teachers College, Columbia University When Thoughts Become Actions: Using Neuroimaging to Detect Conscious Awareness after […]

Book Panel: Epidemic Empire: Colonialism, Contagion, and Terror

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ICLS and the Department of English and Comparative Literature present: Medical Humanities and Pandemic Urbanisms - Book Panel: Epidemic Empire: Colonialism, Contagion, and Terror 1817-2020 April 20, 6:00 PM EST […]