Join the Spring 2016 Pre-health Narrative Medicine Seminar. Two graduate students from Columbia University's Narrative Medicine MS program will be conducting a 6-SESSION, NON-CREDIT, FREE workshop in Narrative Medicine. Learn all about this workshop during an informative session.
The Office of Government & Community Affairs will offer resources and review timelines for applications. Meet past participants and Columbia’s government relations staff. Lerner Hall, Broadway Room, Wednesday, Nov. 11, 3:00–4:30 p.m.RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a SEAS or a College senior majoring in a science, economics, math, or statistics, then you may be interested in the express application process for Masters degrees in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Please join us for an info session on Thursday, November 5, from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. in the Davis Auditorium.
Learn about an exciting new study abroad opportunity with Claudio Lomnitz, Campbell Family Professor of Anthropology, who plans to teach the following two courses in Mexico City in Spring 2016. Other courses will be chosen from a local host institution. Open to current juniors in good academic standing. No Spanish language required.
Studying abroad at the Berlin Consortium for German Studies (BCGS) offers an incredible opportunity to master German language skills by engaging in intensive academic coursework while integrating into German culture. Students enroll at the Freie Universität Berlin, which hosts a variety of departments including Biology, Economics, Political Science and much more. Students may also consider taking select courses at other universities in Berlin such as the Humboldt.
The MENA program focuses on the languages, history and culture of the Maghreb region and its relations with the Middle East and Europe. Linking disciplines, the program gives students the opportunity to develop the linguistic skills and background knowledge necessary to conduct cross-regional projects and interrogate geo-cultural boundaries. Based in both Amman (June) and Paris (July), students on the program take the equivalent of one year of a Modern Standard Arabic language course (1st through 4th year offered).
Based in the capital city of Amman at the Columbia Global Center, this program provides intensive Arabic language training and introduces Jordanian and Arab culture and customs to highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students. Students enroll in a Modern Standard Arabic course at the appropriate level (1st through 4th year offered) and meet regularly with language tutors. Jordanian/Levantine Arabic is integrated in a daily conversation hour.