On April 26, 2023, Staff Writer Maya Reisner virtually attended the 24th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum.
On January 5, President Lee Bollinger announced that the former Secretary of State and First Lady will be joining the Columbia community with two new appointments.
Ahead of Sunday’s general election in Brazil, experts Frances Hagopian, José Scheinkman, and Brian Winter participated in a panel discussion and Q&A session on democracy in the nation, recent polling data, and potential election outcomes, and Brazil’s economic and political future.
Yesterday, President Bollinger announced Professor Keren Yarhi-Milo as the next Dean of Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs.
Today’s demonstration was organized by SIPA students just hours after Russia mounted a large military offensive across Ukraine last night.
President Lee Bollinger announced the appointment of Professor Thomas Christensen as the new Interim Dean of the School of International and Public Affairs in an email earlier today.
(Though colleagues advised him against using the word “engineering” in his book’s title lest it scare off the general public, Lord John Browne did so. So, art history majors, I dare you to click this.)
Vuslat Doǧan Sabanci, SIPA ’96 and the chairwoman of the Turkish news giant Hürriyet, came to Columbia as part of the World Leader’s Forum to discuss the connection between Islam and the media, and her personal experience as a self-proclaimed moderate Muslim. “I am a Muslim woman,” Vuslat Doǧan Sabanci proclaimed to start her address in […]
Bwogger, prospective SusDev major, and proud Wien resident Nadra Rahman ventured into IAB on Tuesday night to attend a panel titled “Challenges and Opportunities of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.” The panel, consisting of three top-level UN employees, was part of the series of events celebrating SIPA’s 70th anniversary. Since September 2015, the UN […]
This morning, we received a press release that Jacob “Jack” Lew, the outgoing Secretary of the Treasury, will become a visiting professor at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) next month. While at SIPA, Lew will “lecture, teach graduate students, and work with faculty members at the school and across the University on the […]