We are pleased to announce Requests for Proposals for two distinct initiatives: the President’s Global Innovation Fund and the Global Scholars Program.
Nominate faculty and graduate student instructors for the annual Presidential Awards for Outstanding Teaching.
This message outlines the resources available through the Office of Work/Life’s School and Child Care Search Service, describes the admissions policies for The School at Columbia University, and shares information about other schools with connections to the University.
New salary ranges for the 2018-19 academic year for full-time officers of research
The fund awards grants for faculty members to leverage and engage the nine Columbia Global Centers. The program supports projects within and across these sites, in order to increase global opportunities for research, teaching, and service.
Announcing the funded projects for the Provost’s Grants Program for Junior Faculty Who Contribute to the Diversity Goals of the University, and the inaugural Mid-Career Faculty Grants.
Guidance for Columbia community members planning international travel.
We invite you to take advantage of the resources of the Center for Teaching and Learning, and to join the University community at the upcoming Celebration of Teaching and Learning Symposium.
Apply for faculty international fellowship and exchange opportunities.
We are announcing today our decision not to engage in bargaining with union representatives and to seek review of the status of student assistants by a federal appellate court.
We write, as always near the semester’s end, to recognize your important role in looking out for students who may be in deep emotional distress and to thank you in advance for helping connect these students to the University’s mental health resources and supports.
We are pleased to share with you the sixth Request for Proposals for the President’s Global Innovation Fund.
Columbia has been in constant consultation with the administration of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) since soon after Hurricane María devastated the island to determine how best to help the university in the aftermath of the storm.