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From its inception, the Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program has been indebted to a number of friends from different walks of life who have been instrumental in sharing their creative vision and
Beginning in 2000 and continuing through the present, CUSP programming has explored questions of education, expression, professional and social responsibility, international and public health, civi
The purpose of the CUSP Alliance is to place the Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program in the hands of the Scholars by recognizing and formalizing a core of proac
The CUSP Experiential Education Program (CEEP) is a series of research assistantship and civic engagement projects that Scholars are encouraged to take advantage of through different structures
CEEP Research offer Scholars the opportunity to work closely with leaders in both academia and the professional world on the mentor’s specific research project. This research relationship
Each year, Kluge Fellows Summer Research Grants are awarded to allow eligible students the opportunity to collaborate with a member of the faculty on a research project during the summer.
Scholars Office Internship Booklet—Come to the Scholars Office to browse through our Internship Booklet, a comprehensive compilation of all the latest summer and academic year internships (paid and
CEEP Internships bring together undergraduate Scholars to support the needs of local not-for-profit community groups.
“AMERICA THE VULNERABLE: CAN THE U.S. HOMELAND BE SECURED?” WITH STEPHEN FLYNN
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