Loading Events

Upcoming Events

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

February 2023

Mongolia Between Two Giants: Cold War Lessons and Today’s Realities

February 6 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

February 6, 2023, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Speakers: Ambassador Batbayar Tsedendamba, Institute of History and Ethnology Sergey Radchenko, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Morris Rossabi, Columbia University and Queens College Moderator: Elizabeth Wishnick, Senior Research Scientist, China and Indo-Pacific Studies Division, CNA, Montclair State University; Senior Research Scholar, WEAI, Columbia University Ambassador Batbayar will discuss Mongolia’s effort to achieve a delicate balance between its two big neighbors, namely Russia and China, and between the Russian Federation and…

Find out more »

LC2: Teaching and Learning While Feeling like an Imposter (Grads)

February 6 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
212 Butler Library, 535 W 114th St
New York, NY 10027
+ Google Map

CTLgrads Learning Community: Teaching and Learning While Feeling like an Imposter (Session 2) - for graduate students  Nearly every student will deal with imposter syndrome at some point in their academic career. The problem for graduate students instructors is two-fold: how can we effectively teach students suffering from imposter syndrome? And how can we do it while we suffer ourselves? Join us for an interactive two-part discussion where we tackle both these questions in kind. We will cover the latest scholarship on the…

Find out more »

“The Geopolitics of Anticipatory Adaptation to Climate Change: Evidence from China” with CWP Fellow Eyck Freyman

February 6 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm

The literature on climate security identifies two basic categories of climate risk. The first relates to extreme weather events and other geophysical impacts that directly affect human lives and well-being. The second relates to the cascading institutional and social consequences of geophysical impacts, which can include migration and conflict. Freyman establishes the existence of a third kind of climate security problem: anticipatory adaptation to climate change impacts that have not yet taken place, which triggers security dilemmas between great powers and creates new forms…

Find out more »

Morningside Only: ISSO New J-1 Faculty & Researchers Orientation

February 7 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Room 510, Nash Building, 3280 Broadway
New York, NY 10027 United States
+ Google Map

This ISSO sponsored event is for Morningside & Manhattanville Newly Arrived J-1 Faculty and Researchers at Columbia University. You are invited to our Newly Arrived J-1 Faculty and Researchers Orientation. These sessions are for those who have recently arrived. The orientation covers an overview of this visa status. ISSO strongly recommends you attend. Please have your DS-2019 and passport available. Registration is required. Space is limited. Event Contact Information: ISSO REGISTER

Find out more »

A New Era for the Sake Industry in Japan and Beyond

February 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

A New Era for the Sake Industry in Japan and Beyond: The Case of Award-Winning Dassai and Asahi Shuzo Tuesday, February 7, 2023 | 6:00 – 7:15 PM (Reception to follow) Room 820, Kravis Hall, Columbia Business School Register Featuring: Hiroshi Sakurai, Chairman, Asahi Shuzo Co., Ltd. Moderator: David E. Weinstein, Director, CJEB; Carl S. Shoup Professor of the Japanese Economy, Columbia University Topics to be covered: The difficulties of continuing a family business How to overcome geographic challenges Shifting from a…

Find out more »

Legal History Workshop with Jungwon Kim: “Who Triggered My Death?: Crime and Suicide in Early Modern Korea”

February 8 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Jerome Greene Hall, Room 701, 435 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10027 United States
+ Google Map

The Columbia Legal History Workshop will meet on February 8th at 4:20 - 6:00pm EST in Jerome Greene hall room 701 (Case Lounge). We will be in conversation with Jungwon Kim (Columbia University) , who will present her paper titled " Who Triggered My Death?: Crime and Suicide in Early Modern Korea” with comments by  Pablo Piccato. Preface:    Jungwon Kim, Columbia University Abstract: Throughout Chosŏn Korea (1392-1910), the act of suicide, which was seen as an inhumane action of…

Find out more »

A Conversation with Chinh Chu

February 8 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Low Library Rotunda, Columbia University, 116th Street and Broadway
New York, NY 10027 United States
+ Google Map

REGISTER SPEAKER: Chinh Chu, Founder & President of CC Capital HOST: Professor Lien-Hang T. Nguyen, Founder, Vietnamese Studies, Director, Weatherhead East Asian Institute INTRODUCTIONS: Naja Pham Lockwood, Founder and CEO, RYSE Media Ventures MODERATOR: Anh Do, Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times Chinh Chu has had an illustrious 30-plus-year career as a private-equity investor and executive. He is the former Co-Chair of Blackstone Private Equity. He joined Blackstone in the early 1990s and spent 25 years at the firm, becoming head of the Software…

Find out more »

LC1: Making Sense of the Classroom (For Grads)

February 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
212 Butler Library, 535 W 114th St
New York, NY 10027
+ Google Map

CTLgrads Learning Community: Making Sense of the Classroom: Strategies of Sensory Teaching and Learning (Session 1) - for graduate students  We tend to take for granted that learning takes place in a physical space and by use of our own physical bodies. Yes, we raise our hands to talk, read the words on the slide, and passively listen to lectures, but how can we actively leverage movement, the body, the senses, and even the physical spaces we inhabit to facilitate teaching and learning? …

Find out more »

The 2022-2023 Sōshitsu Sen XV Distinguished Lecture on Japanese Culture

February 9 @ 6:00 pm
Faculty House, 64 Morningside Drive
New York City, NY 10027 United States
+ Google Map

Ruth Ozeki: Novelist, Filmmaker, and Zen Buddhist Priest Thursday, 9 February at 6:00 PM EST The Faculty House, Columbia University (64 Morningside Drive, enter through Wien Courtyard gate on W. 116th Street, between Morningside and Amsterdam)  Pre-registration is required (click on button below to register) Register Ruth Ozeki has been selected as 2022-2023 Sôshitsu Sen Distinguished Lecturer by the Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture. Ozeki’s novels have won acclaim for their ability to integrate issues of science, religion, environmental politics,…

Find out more »

AAPI Support Space

February 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

A virtual support space hosted by Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) for Columbia Morningside/Manhattanville AAPI students to come together and process the recent escalation and visibility of hate crimes and discrimination against AAPI people. Facilitated by Drs. Deborah Ohm and Arthur Roh. Register on Zoom Due to the open and online nature of this virtual space, this is not private or confidential though participants are encouraged to be respectful and practice discretion. This is intended to be an interactive support space, not group…

Find out more »
+ Export Events