The Earth Institute, Columbia University, allocates funding to support travel for current Columbia University students who are engaged in research projects dealing with issues of sustainable development and the environment. The Earth Institute’s travel grant program provides students with the opportunity to build on their academic work for their degree programs and apply their knowledge to real-world situations by traveling overseas to conduct original fieldwork research.
Best of luck to you with your study and exams!
This is our last email until classes begin again in January so we wish you a wonderful winter break too! Many of you plan to focus on your internship and job searches as you bask in the comforts of home so check out these tips and connect with us in person, via phone or skype.
Looking for a summer research opportunity as well as an international opportunity for Summer 2013?
Then come to an information session about the Ecole Polytechnique Summer International Research Opportunities. Undergraduates who spent this past summer in one of the Ecole Polytechnique’s many labs will discuss their experiences and be available to answer many questions about the program.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Room 627 Mudd
Knowing that this is one of the most stressful times of the academic year, I want to ensure that you are as fully informed as possible about what to do in case you find yourself in an emergency situation as we approach finals.
Please be advised that TODAY - Monday, December 10th is the last day of regular CSA Walk-in Advising for the Fall 2012 semester. If you need to see your Advising Dean, please schedule an appointment through our on-line appointment system.
Friends for the finals
Peer-to-peer support keeps us sane.