This semester the Office of Admissions welcomed three new Program Assistants (PAs) to the team. This week I'm introducing you to each of them in the form of self-interviews. It's ladies first, so say "hello" to Ayanda Francis. Ayanda worked as a was Fulbright ETA in Turkey, and after SIPA she plans to join the US Foreign Service. At SIPA, she has been involved in SIPA Students of Color as the former finance chair, Women in Peace and Security as the former Vice President, and has spent her summer in Timor-Leste with UN Women.
In honor of a day where we publically and privately express our love for our significant other -- aka Valentine's Day -- Columbia University is sharing the true love stories of its students and alumni. Every year, we share our own love stories among our Seeples, and have two new stories to share this year. One couple found love in a tile store, although not right away, and the other met in the Peace Corps and reconnected while studying at SIPA.
Maryam Mujica, who leads Twitter’s public policy efforts in New York, discusses role of social network in current geopolitical climate, and more.
It's cold in NYC. Avoid the chill by touring Columbia University the 21st Century way.
Due to a winter storm, Columbia University is closed for the day. We anticipate reopening during normal business hours on Friday, Feb. 10, 2017.
Areas of focus include cybersecurity, Internet governance, digital economy, and civic tech
You all know we have some pretty amazing faculty and adjuncts at SIPA. But did you know we bring in some pretty cool talent outside of the program? What if I told you those talented people were also Seeples?
Mohamed Zeeshan, MIA 2018, sat down with The Morningside Post's Editor-in-Chief Conor McCormick-Cavanagh to discuss the ins and outs of the rebranded The Morningside Post, SIPA's student-run newspaper.