CC Major Discovery Series
As major declaration approaches, are you trying to determine the best major for you? Got questions about programs, opportunities, and what it all means?
Attend the CC Major Discovery Series to learn more about different majors from your fellow students! These intimate discussions, arranged by discipline and led by a panel of juniors and seniors, will give you valuable insight as you consider the next chapter of your academic life.
CC Major Discovery Series
Are you a SEAS student interested in studying abroad? Yes, you can! Hear from advisors and past SEAS study abroad students to learn about available international opportunities and the SEAS study abroad clearance process. Free pizza!
Monday, February 18
8:00 - 9:00 p.m.
As part of Engineering Week, the Office of Undergraduate Student Affairs and Global Programs in partnership with the Engineering Student Council is holding Passport to SEAS, the first ever All Mudd Open House, on Friday, Feb. 22, 12-3 pm. Explore potential majors through faculty presentations focused on research and opportunities; lab tours (including NoCo); hands-on activities; and interaction with faculty, grad students, advanced undergraduates, and engineering student organizations! Load up on free snacks and take part in the Mudd-wide scavenger hunt!
Have you ever thought about how wonderful it would be to be involved in the running of a museum, gallery, dance company, or theater? Bring your interest to CCE on Wednesday to learn about arts management careers , recruiting timelines, employers, and internship and full-time job resources at Columbia.
Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology
One Department, Two Great Majors
Come to the E3B Open House!
Wednesday, February 27
6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
10th Floor Schermerhorn Extension
To learn more about majoring in Environmental Biology
The interactions of all kinds of life, all around the world
Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
How humans became human, biologically and behaviorally
Food Will Be Served!
Chemistry Department and Biological Sciences Joint Open House
Tuesday, February 26th
7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
7th Floor Lounge, Havemeyer Hall
Math Department Open House
Wednesday, March 6
All are invited to stay for a meeting of the Undergraduate Mathematics Society at 7:30pm.
UNDERGRADUATE MAJOR IN LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Interested in the region?
Care about its politics?
Enthralled by its diversity?
Then come learn about the Regional Studies major & concentration in
Tuesday, February 26
RM 802 IAB
Meet & Greet Professors, including :
Caterina Pizzigoni Marc Hertzman
Latin American food will be served