Majors and Prosepctive Majors and Minors Program Planning Meeting:

This Fall's Program Planning Meeting for Spring 2019 Classes and Requirements will take place in 404 Altschul on Thursday, November 8 at 5pm.  Do come and hear from classmates about their experiences and advice as you plan your program. Meanwhile, peruse course offerings, and as always, check out our Faculty and Staff where there are office hours and links to make appointments and so you know who to talk to for advice in the days ahead.  Information on our Majors and links to Requirements and Planning is listed under Majors and you may look at Recommendations for First Years and Credit and Placement.

Events:

 

Columbia Masters in Public Health Luncheon with Professor Joseph Graziano on Thursday, October 18:

We are pleased to announce that Professor Joseph Grazziano, Environmental Health Sciences and Pharmacology at Columbia's School of Public Health,  is returning to campus to speak about doing a Masters in Public Health at Columbia on Thursday, October 18, 12-1:30pm.  For those interested in Medical or Public Health fields, this conversation is a must!  RSVP is required.  Feel free to stop by as you are available.  Lunch from Roti Roll will be provided.

Past events from this year:

In our annual overnight retreat to Black Rock Forest in Cornwall, on September 29 and 30th, majors, FY and Sophomores interested in the field, and departmental faculty and staff spent a day at Storm King Art Center for a special exhibit "Indicators: Artists on Climate Change." We had a number of other events planned including a carnivore/vegan-friendly BBQ, some owling by the reservoire and a 3 levels of great hikes in the forest.  Join us again next year!
Black Rock hike

Students who studied abroad shared their experiences at our Study Abroad Luncheon on September 25th.  As always, it was a really fun and informative event.  Thank you to Blanca, Gemma, Marion, Maddie, Celeste, and Emma P. for your wonderful presentations on your journeys by sea and land from the Bolivia to New Zealand! Seniors and a Junior shared their images, successes, challenges and explorations with other majors, Sophomores and First Years! 

Study Abroad Uhuru Peak

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