Books that Bind September 2021: The Calligrapher’s Daughter

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The September selection for our monthly book club is The Calligrapher’s Daughter by Eugenia Kim. We’ll be meeting Thursday, September 16, 2021, join us! Free and open to the public. Learn more about The Ruth […]

Is Global Capitalism Governable?

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Exploring the legal, social, and economic complexities of governance in the 21st century Professors Katharina Pistor (CLS), Olabisi Akinkugbe (Dalhousie University), Angela Zhang (Hong Kong University), and Mariana Pargendler (FGV, Sao Paolo), Rashmi Venkatesan (National Law School of India, Bengaluru) discuss the legal questions posed by an emerging global capitalist system that defies conventional governance approaches. Register to Attend More information about this session and the […]

U.S. Constitution Day: The History Of Policing In The United States

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U.S. CONSTITUTION DAY:   THE HISTORY OF POLICING IN THE UNITED STATES   A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, SLAVERY AND ITS HISTORICAL IMPACT ON POLICING TODAY. THE PANELISTS WILL PROVIDE A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW AND WILL ENGAGE IN A LIVELY DISCUSSION ABOUT THE EFFECTS ON SOCIETY, OUR HEALTH, AND MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER TO PROMOTE A […]

Earth2Class: Clara Chang

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Earth2Class is a unique science/math/technology resource for K-12 teachers, students, the general public, and geoscientists. It is a collaboration among researchers and an Earth Science educator at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University; technology integration specialists from Colégio Bandeirantes, São Paulo, Brasil; and classroom teachers from New York, New Jersey, and elsewhere. E2C centers around […]

Entre Nous: Andrew Revkin in conversation with Kate Raworth and Roman Krznaric

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What decisions can we make today as individuals and societies to create a better tomorrow? Join Andrew Revkin of the Columbia Climate School, economist Kate Raworth, and philosopher Roman Krznaric for a conversation on how reinventing economics and incorporating long-term thinking into our current policies and practices can help us meet the challenges of climate […]

How we remember what we’ve seen

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Featuring Nicole Rust, PhD, Associate Professor, Psychology, Co-Director of the Computational Neuroscience Initiative, and Executive Director for Research for MindCORE at UPenn September 21st, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm CLICK HERE TO REGISTER   Humans and other primates have a remarkable ability to remember the images that they have seen, even after seeing thousands, each […]

September 2021 COVID Information Commons Webinar

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Meet the scientists seeking new insights on COVID-19. Every month, we bring together a group of researchers studying wide-ranging aspects of the current pandemic, to share their research and answer questions […]

Ethics Grand Rounds Series on Race and Biomedicine

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Please join us for the inaugural lecture of the Ethics Grand Rounds Series on Race and Biomedicine in the Division of Ethics. Register Here Moderator: Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, PhD Chief, Division of […]

Reflections on 9/11 Memory, 20 Years On

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9/11 has been the subject of a proliferation of memorialization, with numerous memorials, museums, and memory projects.  This talk addresses this excess of memory and how it came to define […]