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Dean Of Office Of Global Programs To Leave Columbia For Notre Dame

In an email from Dean Valentini, the university has just announced that Michael Pippenger, Dean of the Office of Global Programs, will be departing for a position at the University of Notre Dame. Pippenger originally came to Columbia College in 2006 as the Dean of Fellowship Programs, and later became the Dean of Undergraduate Global Programs […]

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CCSC Talks Fellowships And The OGP With Dean Pippenger

Thinking about studying abroad? Last night’s CCSC meeting brought up some troubles the Office of Global Programs might be facing, which brought Rhodes Scholarships and the Spectator together in close conversational proximity for probably the only time ever. Charismatic CCSC correspondent Joe Milholland outlines here for you what went down with CCSC and the OGP […]

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Burst the Columbia Bubble

And burst it big! If you’re interested in studying abroad next semester or next year, it behooves you to dash over to 602 Hamilton at 8:15 this evening. The Office of Global Programs (OGP) is hosting a Study Abroad General Info Session for all interested undergrads. They’ll cover eligibility, types of programs, language requirements, programs […]

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