SPECIAL ISSUE: An interconnected world

An experiment that started in Amman and Beijing has expanded to Istanbul, Mumbai, Nairobi, Paris, and Santiago, and will reach Rio de Janeiro next fall. Three years after Columbia launched its first two Global Centers, we reflect on their evolving role within the University.

News

Global centers grow, but concerns remain by Melissa von Mayrhauser
Centers funded almost entirely by gifts by Jeremy Budd
At Barnard, a different global strategy by Sammy Roth
New program gives undergrads research opportunities by Kelly Lane
Columbia expands reach to Latin America by Melissa von Mayrhauser
USenate to conduct global centers review by Margaret Mattes

Opinion
Understanding Columbia's satellites by Anabel Bacon
Fostering academic diplomacy by Jorge Balan
Expanding overseas study opportunities by Erin Mulcahy

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