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CSA Blog January 2015

Talk Zone in Butler Library

Welcome back!  

In response to continued student demand for more collaborative work space in Libraries' facilities, we are piloting a "Talk Zone" in Butler Library during the spring semester. This "Talk Zone" will be located on the west side of the 4th floor of Butler Library in rooms 406, 406A, and 409.

Programs in the Global Humanities

Programs in Global Humanities for Spring and Summer 2015: Advanced Program of Ancient History and Art; Global Seminar in Seoul; Program in MENA Studies; Global Seminar in Istanbul

Pass/D/Fail Uncover Deadline is this Friday (1/30)

The deadline to uncover a grade from a class taken Pass/D/Fail from Fall 2014 (CC only) is January 30.  Send an email to registrar@columbia.edu with the course information (call number, section, and course number) and copy your advising dean on the email.

Find a Mentor with Columbia College Women

Find an Alumna Mentor Today   

Tap into the alumni community and find a mentor who can provide you with insights and support during your time at the College! Columbia College Women (CCW) is launching an exciting new online mentoring platform that will connect women students and alumnae.

WHY GET A MENTOR?  

Info Session - Columbia in Venice Summer Program (2/5)

Spend your summer in Venice learning about Italian language, art history, culture literature and film! Students can take an entire year of 1st or 2nd year Italian in 6 weeks. Come learn more on February 5, from 4:30-5:30 p.m., in 612 Schermerhorn!

http://columbia.studioabroad.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Announcements.Announcement&Announcement_ID=3277

Columbia Programs - Fall 2015 and AY Year 2015-2016 Applications Open!

Applications for Fall 2015 and AY Year 2015-2016 are open for programs in Barcelona, Berlin, Beijing, Havana, Kyoto and Paris! Check each program website for individual information about requirements.

http://columbia.studioabroad.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.ViewLink&Parent_ID=0&Link_ID=A0C383BC-BCDE-E7F3-5CCC69559DC023D2

How to Manage Your Time - Like a Boss (2/6)

Friday, February 6
401 Lerner
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

Peer Adviser Post: Starting Off the Semester Right

Peer Adviser Post: Starting Off the Semester Right
By Sophie Qian, SEAS '15

Welcome back to campus! Did anybody else miss the campus and walking by Low Steps every day? I sure did. After a super relaxing winter break, I'm eager to get back into the swing of class, clubs, friends, and working at the CSA! I definitely haven't settled yet into juggling so many things at once, but I'm here to help that process to go a bit quicker for everybody else. This is actually my last semester at Columbia, so I'm determined to make it the best one yet and start it off right!

Academic Opportunity for Sophomores: Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship - Info Session (2/2)

This program provides research training, faculty mentorship and financial support for Columbia College underrepresented minority students and other College students with a demonstrated commitment to racial diversity who wish to pursue a Ph.D. and whose intellectual and social commitments embody those of the late Dr. Benjamin Mays.

There will be an information session on Monday, February 2 at 7:00 p.m. in 202 Hamilton Hall.

Info Session: Summer Program in Tunis and Istanbul - Democracy and Constitutional Engineering (1/21)

In June 2015, Columbia University will offer a new intensive three-week summer program focused on democracy. The program will take place in Tunis and Istanbul and will enroll Columbia students alongside students from leading universities in the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey. The focus of the program will be on the concept of democracy, the challenges of democratic transitions and consolidation, and trade-offs associated with different ways of designing constitutions and organizing democratic institutions.

New Art Humanities and Music Humanities in Paris Summer 2015

Columbia is delighted to announce that it will offer Art Humanities and Music Humanities during the summer of 2015 in Paris. The two courses will be offered as a single program at Columbia’s Global Center | Europe, both courses will be taught in English and the program is open to Columbia College, SEAS and GS students. The program is a special opportunity to take the part of Columbia’s Core pertaining to the arts in a city particularly suited to artistic investigation.

Columbia Summer Programs – Applications Open!

Applications are open for Columbia Summer Programs! Pick from a wide variety of options, including programs in Amman, Beijing, Istanbul, Kyoto, Paris, Rio, Seoul, Tivoli, Tunis and Venice.

Alternative Spring Break: NYC Performing Arts - App Deadline: Jan 26

Application deadline extension: Sign up to spend six days exploring NYC’s professional performing arts world!

Apply for Alternative Spring Break: NYC Performing Arts via the online application form by January 26th, 2015 at noon.

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