Meet Columbia’s Libraries – Part II

The Meet Columbia series aims to expose prospective SIPA students to the larger university-wide experience offered at Columbia. In this post, we explore three of Columbia’s libraries on the Morningside Heights campus.  Columbia University’s campus is chock full of places to study, ranging from beautiful libraries to small study nooks. In addition to the libraries…

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Graduate Studies Scholarship Available to Developing Country Nationals

Applications to the the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJWBGSP) open tomorrow, February 22, 2018. This scholarship offers tuition, a monthly living stipend, round-trip airfare, health insurance, and a travel allowance. The program is open to anyone from “developing countries with professional experience and a history of supporting their countries’ development efforts who are…

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MPA-Development Practice Program at SIPA: The First of Its Kind

Director Glenn Denning discusses SIPA’s practice-oriented, professional advancement MPA-Development Practice program. Learn more about the program’s distinctive components, faculty and mission in the DP120 videos.

A View From the Class: Shanna Crumley and Muhammad Alaa Ghanem

The SIPA Office of Alumni and Development is pleased to share another installment of A View from the Class, a SIPA stories series featuring current SIPA students, recently graduated alumni, and SIPA faculty. In this issue, we feature current SIPA students, Shanna Crumley MIA ’18 and Mohammed Alaa Ghanem MIA ’19. Shanna is a second…

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Our top ten posts of 2017

Happy New Year everyone! It’s 2018. Can you believe it?! Here’s a look at our top 10 blog posts from 2017. With a couple of days left before our general deadline this Friday, Jan. 5th, we have some last tips for you to submit an outstanding SIPA application as well as insight to our community….

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