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Posted: May 25

The Dean of Students Office will operate on a summer schedule from May 30 - August 18.

The Dean of Students Office will operate on a summer schedule from May 30 - August 18.

DOS Office Summer Hours
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Posted: June 14

The GS Lounge will be closed this summer for 6-7 weeks beginning on or around Fri., June 23. 

In order to facilitate needed renovations, the GS Lounge will be closed this summer for 6-7 weeks beginning on or around Fri., June 23. These renovations will improve overall functionality, accessibility, and comfort for students. The Lounge is expected to reopen in mid-August.

During the closure, students are encouraged to utilize alternate study spaces on campus. In case of questions, please contact the Dean of Students Office.

Event Dates: Mon., Aug. 21 - Fri., Aug. 25

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) invites students to attend the Summer Jumpstart Series, five days of workshops designed to build academic skills.

Event Description
Students interested in refreshing classroom skills and getting a jump start on the semester are invited to attend the Summer Jumpstart Series, five days of workshops hosted by the Academic Resource Center (ARC). Topics include "How to Read Hard Things, and Talk About Them," "The Science of Doing Science," and "Classroom Skills in Context."

The Summer Jumpstart Series is designed with new students in mind, but all new and continuing students are welcome to participate.

Register
For more information, or to register, please email gs-arc@columbia.edu.

Posted: June 20

Lighthouse, a brand new platform connecting affirming healthcare professionals to the LGBTQ+ community, is seeking candidates for two unpaid internship positions.

Description
Lighthouse, a brand new platform connecting affirming healthcare professionals to the LGBTQ+ community, is seeking candidates for two unpaid internship positions. Lighthouse is developing new initiatives including queer workshops for healthcare professionals, community events, and a monthly newsletter.

Writing & Communications Intern

Responsibilities include:

  • Managing social media pages
    • Increasing engagement and following
    • Scheduling posts
    • Finding people to interview and feature
  • Working on the monthly newsletter and other online engagement projects
  • Researching content for the website and newsletter
  • Assisting with other ongoing outreach and communications projects

Outreach Intern

Responsibilities include:

  • Working on increasing engagement
  • Attending LGBTQ+ community events in the city
  • Making and distributing flyers and event invitations
  • Reaching out to professionals
  • Finding other ways to expand the network

Position Requirements

  • Must be personable and comfortable with networking and engaging professional health care professionals
  • Willingness to travel around NYC to attend events
  • Ability to do some research and writing

Time Commitment
Part-time (15 hours per week), with a summer commitment and the potential to continue in the fall

Apply
To apply, please email your resume, cover letter, and your interest in the company to Charlotte Fager.

Posted: June 21

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) invites students to participate in its All The Math You Don't Remember special online series this summer. 

Event Description
All new and continuing students are invited to participate in the ARC’s All The Math You Don't Remember special online series this summer. The series is a self-directed learning experience facilitated through Khan Academy designed to help students review, refresh, and even learn for the first time the foundational math that will be expected in the Columbia classroom.

Register
For more information, or to register, please email gs-arc@columbia.edu.

Event Date and Time: Fridays, 3 p.m., July 7 - Aug. 11
Location: 403 Lewisohn Hall

Students are invited to join Dean Joshua Edwin for Wellness Walks, short walks on and around campus to maintain fitness and clarity of mind.

Students are invited to join Dean Joshua Edwin for Wellness Walks, short walks on and around campus to maintain fitness and clarity of mind.

Note: There will be no walk on Fri., July 28 or Fri., Aug. 4.

For more information, contact gshealthandwellness@columbia.edu.

Event Date and Time: Thurs., Nov. 16 - Sun., Nov. 19
Location: Baltimore, MD

Students are invited to attend the 2017 National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference. 

Students are invited to attend the 2017 National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, the theme of which is 40 Years After Combahee: Feminist Scholars and Activists Engage the Movement for Black Lives. Complimentary registration may be available for some students. 

For more information or to register, visit the NWSA Conference website.

Early Action Deadline: Sun., July 23
Revenue Positions Deadline: Sun., Sep. 17
Non-Revenue Positions Deadline: Sun., Oct. 1

Students are invited to apply to Morgan Stanley's 2018 Summer Analyst Program, with scholarship opportunities available.

Students are invited to apply to Morgan Stanley's 2018 Summer Analyst Program. The Firm's recruitment timeline provides an overview of this process.

Black, Hispanic, Native American, and LGBT applicants may also apply for the Richard B. Fisher Scholarship. Students selected for this award will receive $15,000 in financial aid following acceptance of a summer internship with Morgan Stanley.

Event Dates: Mon., July 24 - Fri., Sept. 1
Location: UAH Conference Room, 401 West 119th Street

Students searching for housing are invited to participate in workshops by Columbia Off-Campus Housing Assistance (OCHA).

Students searching for housing are invited to participate in workshops by Columbia Off-Campus Housing Assistance (OCHA) from Mon., July 24 until Fri., Sep. 1. Workshops will take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 4 - 5 p.m.

In addition, students are invited to consult the OCHA Apartment Hunting Webinar. Available online 24/7, it offers valuable information in a recorded webinar format.

Event Date and Time: Wed., July 26, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Location: State Office Building, 163 West 125th Street

Veterans are invited to attend the 4th Annual Harlem Veterans Resource Fair. 

    
Veterans are invited to attend the 4th Annual Harlem Veterans Resource Fair, where they will have the opportunity to connect with various agencies and services including the NYC Department of Veterans Services (DVS), Legal Services NYC, Harlem Veterans Center, Samaritan Daytop Village, and NY Metro Vets. The keynote speaker will be DVS Commissioner Loree Sutton, and there will be a panel discussion on “Educational Opportunities for the Veteran.”
 
To RSVP, call 212-678-4505 or email the event coordinator.

Application Deadline: Sun., July 30
Event Dates: Thurs., Sept. 14 - Fri., Sept. 15
Event Location: Morgan Stanley Headquarters, 1585 Broadway

Students with junior standing are invited to apply for Morgan Stanley's Inside Access Day, a two-day workshop providing an inside look at the financial services industry. 

Students in their junior year are invited to apply for Morgan Stanley's Inside Access Day, a two-day workshop providing an inside look at the financial services industry. Participants will become familiar with the Firm's business and culture, network with leaders across the Firm, and participate in the first stage of the Summer Analyst recruiting process.

Posted: July 5

Students are invited to submit manuscripts to the Journal of Research on Women and Gender.

Students are invited to submit manuscripts that give voice to the unique and varied expressions of various genders to the Journal of Research on Women and Gender. This interdisciplinary publication welcomes qualitative and quantitative research, pedagogical work, and creative projects. Submissions can be made at any time.

For more information or to submit a manuscript, visit the journal's website.

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