APIDA Faculty Roundtable, Hacking for Humanity and Other Events and Opportunities, 11/16-11/30
There are plenty of events happening around campus before next week’s break. From budgeting workshops to fellowship applications, we hope you find something that interests you!
Under the Key to NYC requirements, dining and entertainment events require proof of vaccination at the door. For any in-person event listed below, please be prepared to provide proof of vaccination and a picture ID.
University Life Opportunities and Events (All events in ET)
- Financial Wellness & You: Winter Break Budgeting and Beyond. Join University Life and Student Financial Services for a budgeting workshop focused on winter break spending. You will learn about free resources, tools and learning opportunities available to you as a Columbia student, as well as money planning and management tips. Wednesday, November 17, 2:00-3:00 PM. Register here.
- Graduate Initiative: APIDA Faculty Roundtable. Join the next installment of the Faculty Roundtable Series, which will focus on Asian Pacific Islander Desi American experiences in academia. This event is part of the Graduate Initiative for Inclusion and Engagement and features faculty from across the University. Thursday, November 18, 5:00-6:15 PM. Register here.
- Apply to Join the 2022-23 University Life Events Council. The University Life Events Council is a great way to get involved with campus life, meet students from all of Columbia’s schools and gain leadership experience! Join this incredible team, make new friends and help plan fun events. Apply by Sunday, November 21!
- Yoga Class. Join Religious Life for a free one-hour yoga class every Wednesday at 7:00 PM throughout Fall semester. Bring your own mat and arrive 10 minutes early to reserve your spot, as there is a 20-person maximum. Note: No class held on Wednesday, November 24. See upcoming classes here.
University-wide Events and Opportunities (All events in ET)
- An Argument for Healthy Longevity (and Public Health). Join the Mailman School of Public Health for the next installment of their Centennial anniversary celebration, focused on healthy longevity through the lens of public health. Wednesday, November 17, 5:00-6:00 PM. Register here.
- Digital Transformation and the Future of Work. In this discussion hosted by the M.S. in Technology Management Program, participants will learn how companies can build digital platforms to gain access to qualified and underutilized workers. Wednesday, November 17, 6:00-7:00 PM. Register here.
- Info Session: Hacking for Humanity + the Planet Venture Incubator. The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise invites you to learn more about their Impact Venture Course, open to all interested students. Wednesday, November 17, 8:30-9:30 PM. Register here.
- Moral Distress, Nursing and Bioethics: Challenges and Solutions. Join the M.S. in Bioethics Program and the School of Nursing for a panel discussion on the effects of moral distress on nurses, how this has been exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic, and viable solutions to this challenge. Thursday, November 18, 6:15-7:45 PM. Register here.
- Critical Race Theory and Writing for the General Reader. The Columbia Public Writing Series continues with a discussion featuring Professor of Journalism Jelani Cobb, as he discusses his work on the late legal scholar Derrick Bell, long considered one of the founding scholars of Critical Race Theory. Rescheduled: Thursday, November 18, 7:00-8:00 PM. Register here.
- Social Enterprise Conference: Capital for Good. Join industry leaders, investors, philanthropists, professionals, faculty, students, and alumni at the 20th Annual Social Enterprise Conference as they share best practices and create ideas surrounding the intersection of capital and society. Friday, November 19, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Register here.
- Situational Awareness Training for Students. Join Public Safety for this situational awareness training where you will learn techniques to protect your personal safety. Monday, November 22, 4:00-5:00 PM. Register here.
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Have a great week,
Joseph Defraine Greenwell, Ed.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs
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Associate Vice President for Student Life
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