Spectrum 2017-2018

NYC Apartment Hunting Tips

We like to plan early when we can, and this time it turns out that our scheduled Off-Campus Housing webinar was planned directly during a World Cup match. Actually, the webinar was right in the middle of Croatia vs England. We understand. This one’s on us. But to our incoming students, don’t worry – the…

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Summer Reading from SIPA Professor and Alumni Authors

SIPA is home to practitioners, professors and faculty all across academia. Our distinguished professors have written books in their respective fields. So, while you kick-back and enjoy the summer take a look at these books! Howard W. Buffett is an adjunct Associate Professor and Research Scholar at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs….

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A Texas Transplant’s Take on the NYC Housing Market

Let’s be real folks, finding housing in New York can be really stressful, especially if you are not from the area. As a transplant from Texas the housing market was a completely foreign and new experience for me and honestly I could have benefited from a blog like this. This blog will cover the 4…

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Learn About Policy & International Affairs Graduate Programs at Summerfest 2018: Boston, Washington, D.C. and NYC

This summer we’ll be joining four other top graduate programs in public policy and international affairs for Summerfest 2018! These mini graduate-school fairs will be in Boston, Washington D.C. and New York City. Representatives from the following graduate programs will be available at each Summerfest to discuss admissions requirements, the application process, financial aid, and…

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Interschool Fellowship Applications Due by June 22

Congratulations to all of the winners of the Columbia Graduate Global Policy Fellowships! Among the winners are seven SIPA students, two of which are are Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy students, which is one of the submission requirements for this fellowship. Interschool Fellowships are open for application. Each year, Columbia makes a few scholarships and…

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