Archive for Eloy Oliveira

Second-year student reflections

Columbia University’s campus-wide graduation exercises are today, and tomorrow our Class of 2016 Seeples will officially graduate at our own ceremony. Everyone at the Office of Admissions & Financial Aid are particularly sad to say goodbye to our PAs and Admissions Ambassadors, but we’re thrilled to know they will be going on to do some amazing things. So today, we dedicate this blog post to all of them, and want to reflect on everything they’ve already accomplished in the last two years alone.

Here’s a look at what three of our Seeples — two Admissions Ambassadors and one PA — have been up to over the last (roughly) 730 days.

Did anyone else shed a few tears? No…just me?

A Week in the Life: Eloy Oliveira

We’re featuring a new mini series, A Week in the Life, to highlight all of the wonderful experiences our students have had in the program. Read More →

Why I chose the MPA program

This week, a few of us are writing about our experiences in our respective degree programs. To kick things off, I’ll share my insights into the Master of Public Administration, a.k.a. MPA, which is one of SIPA’s most demanded programs.

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"The most global public policy school, where an international community of students and faculty address world challenges."

—Merit E. Janow, Dean, SIPA, Professor of Practice, International and Economic Law and International Affairs

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