Columbia Provost John H. Coatsworth outlines Columbia University's plan to protect its students regarding potential changes to the U.S. immigration policy following the presidential elections.
I’ve gotten a lot of questions about the difference between MPA and MIA programs. In my view, the two programs…
SIPA Professor Glenn Denning was featured on Popular Science's website. Read what he has to say about gene editing and the possibilities of food growth.
Zaina Arafat, MIA '09, shares an op-ed on Vice.com, "What I Should Have Said to My Students as Their Muslim American Teacher."
Kaitlyn Wells, Assistant Director of Admissions, hosted a special Facebook Live session with MPA in Development Practice Director Glenn Denning. Catch up on their conversation by watching the recording while you still can!
"As a current student, it is clear to me that SIPA strives to be a supportive community for all of its students," writes Meagan Marie Barrera. "I came to SIPA to advance my career in human rights advocacy, and this election cycle has only strengthened my resolve to achieve that goal." See what SIPA and its students are talking about following the elections.
Computing in Context, a course in Columbia University’s Computer Science department, has added a new track designed for SIPA students that will teach computational concepts and coding in the context of solving policy problems.
On Wednesday, SIPA Dean Merit E. Janow and Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger issued statements regarding the results of the U.S. Presidential Elections. We take a look at those statement, and a roundup of posts from SIPA professors online.
Looking back on his career, Professor Dirk Salomons discusses his current thinking on humanitarian action. Read our SIPA News Q&A by Coralie Martin MIA '17.
The Office of Admissions & Financial Aid is closed today for a university-wide holiday -- Election Day. We'll reopen during normal business hours on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. In the interim, I know you've got questions; especially if you've applied to the Spring 2017. So see below some of the common questions (with answers) we've gotten in the last week.