Students seeking to enroll in Intermediate, Advanced, and Senior-level Creative Writing workshops should:
Sophie Qian, CC '15
Yetserday was the last day of classes of my undergraduate career and my days as a Peer Adviser are pretty much over. It's a bittersweet, strange time right now: dealing with grown-up things (housing, traveling, yuck), the excitement of graduation celebrations, and studying for my final exams. All I have left to do as a PA is this last blog post, so I would like to use this opportunity to share three pieces of advice for the incoming freshmen and other underclassmen:
You are cordially invited to attend The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science Senior Design Expo. This event showcases the work of undergrads from various Columbia Engineering departments. Browse the projects below for a preview of what you'll see at the expo, and be sure to check out all the participants from last year's Expo!
There is still space on the summer 2015 Discovering French Cinema with Professor Richard Peña at Reid Hall in Paris this summer: http://arts.columbia.edu/summer/film/course/french-cinema
We are also pleased to announce a special new Housing opportunity. Students who sign up on or before May 15th will have the option to sign up for a single, en suite dorm room at the Écoles de Mines near Reid Hall for an additional $900.
Please be advised that TODAY - Monday, May 4 is the last day of regular CSA Walk-in Advising for the spring 2015 semester. If you need to see your Advising Dean, please schedule an appointment through our on-line appointment system.
Walk-in Advising will resume on the first day of fall classes, Tuesday, September 8, 2015.
Good luck with finals!!!
Alice! Health Promotion is now recruiting for an Information Specialist to gather facts, resources, and the latest research findings for Go Ask Alice!, Columbia's leading health Q&A Internet resource. Minimum qualifications include: strong research skills and written and verbal communication skills. Ability to translate complex concepts into everyday language; familiarity with health and science; and ability to work with sensitive health-related content is preferred.
Are you considering taking courses during the Summer Sessions?
Summer Sessions are a time for you to expand your knowledge in a specific topic area, try something new while you have time, or get ahead in your already decided upon academic plan. There are a multitude of courses and options for you to pursue, and the School of Continuing Education is here to help you make the right choice for your summer.