Six of the nine Global Centers—Amman, Beijing, Istanbul, Nairobi, Paris, and Tunis—are now welcoming students with upgraded technology, equipment, and full-time, onsite, trained staff. In addition, The Global Centers is offering students access to Columbia-designated space at WeWork locations in seven cities to convene, collaborate, study, or just hang out. The University has also arranged for dedicated space for its students in Tel Aviv at Tel Aviv University and in Athens. The Global Centers also offers access passes to Columbia University students in 50 global cities to use at any WeWork location in their country.
Earlier today, Barry S. Kane, associate vice president and university registrar, sent the following message to students regarding the spring 2021 semester.
Earlier today, Dean Rosen-Metsch sent the following message to GS students regarding the spring 2021 semester.
Medical Humanities (formerly known as Medicine, Literature and Society) has officially been approved as a new Columbia undergraduate major.
The Committee on Global Thought at Columbia University is excited to announce the launch of the Spring 2021 Global Thought Experience, an experiential learning initiative which enables Columbia undergraduates to complete a meaningful internship experience at a local organization working on issues ranging from immigration to social justice.