Undergraduate Announcements

Mid-Semester Success Series

Throughout next week, various workshops will be held covering topics including veterans benefits, classroom tips, and conversations on wellness. 

September 16, 2019

Internship Opportunity | The Office of Hillary Rodham Clinton

The Office of Hillary Rodham Clinton is now accepting applications for fall interns to join our New York City office. The internship will run from September to December, though start and end dates are negotiable, and require a minimum of 12 hours per week. Undergraduate students of all majors are encouraged to apply. Arrangements can be made with the student’s school for course credit.

September 16, 2019

Dining with the Dean

Students are invited to lunch with Dean Rosen-Metsch to discuss their GS experiences, life at Columbia University, personal goals, concerns, and more. Each lunch will include 5-6 students who will be chosen at random after submitting the form below.

Submission Deadline: Tuesday, October 1, 5 p.m.

Event Dates:
All events will be held from 12 - 1 p.m.

September 30, 2019

Librarians in the Lounge Week @ GS

Whether you’re starting to think about that mid-term paper or are curious about the multitude of resources that librarians and the libraries offer, students are invited to meet one of our own Columbia University librarians right in the GS lounge.

October 08, 2019

Naloxone Training

Students are invited to be part of an education campaign and naloxone training initiative across undergraduate student groups and staff. As a Registered Opioid Overdose Prevention Program, recognized by New York City and State Departments of Health, Columbia Health is offering Naloxone education and training to the Columbia community to recognize signs of unintentional and life-threatening opioid overdose and administer the life-saving medication Naloxone that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.

October 10, 2019

Employment Opportunity | Columbia Business School Program Coordinator

Position Description 
The Columbia Business School is seeking a student to assist a visually impaired Professor teaching in the Management Division. The student will be responsible for the daily management and operation of the academic and project needs required by the Professor. The student will work independently as well as in conjunction with other key stakeholders to meet departmental objectives. S/he will collaboratively work with various senior level faculty, staff, and students across the school.

Responsibilities Include:

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