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Good luck to our Fall 2016 applicants

As all of our applicants already know, today is the absolutely last day they can apply to the MIA, MPA or MPA-DP programs for Fall 2016 admission. Let me repeat that: the Fall 2016 application deadline is TODAY, Feb. 5, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. EST. I know some of you have a lot on your plates today,…

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SIPA expands the WGSS Council

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I’m pleased to share that Columbia University has its own Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) Council.

Don’t forget about these helpful blog posts

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With the Fall 2016 application just one week away, I wanted to remind everyone of a few blog posts that will help as you finish your applications of admission to SIPA. For those missing exam scores, “What’s with the GRE/GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS?” offers some great insight into how to self-report them. (Just keep in mind you’ll need to also…

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Former mayor of Philadelphia joins SIPA

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I recently shared an extensive blog post highlighting all of the new faculty, professional practitioners and visiting scholars at SIPA this year. Today, I received word that there’s another prominent person to add the list: the Honorable Michael A. Nutter. Here’s an excerpt of the welcome from SIPA Dean Merit E. Janow: I am pleased…

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Financial resources for (mostly) MPA-DP applicants

Part of the challenge with graduate school is finding ways to fund your education.