At Columbia SIPA, we are driving change through policy
Research, teaching, and partnerships in the global public interest
As part of her mission to combat hate speech, discrimination, and prejudice, the US special envoy meets with Jewish communities, rabbis, and foreign officials around the world.
Four student teams presented proposals on reducing the impact of climate change on vulnerable populations to the deans of eight leading policy schools.
Funded through the Columbia Provost’s Addressing Racism initiative, the film highlights important links between Harlem and the University.
Tackling today’s most vital issues
We’re taking on complex, pressing global issues like geopolitical stability — energy and climate policy —technological innovation and its impact on people — how to share prosperity — and preserving democratic governance.
March 4, 20241:00pm to 2:00pmRoom 409, International Affairs Building
March 5, 20246:30pm to 8:00pm
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Columbia SIPA at a Glance
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