Mayor Bill de Blasio, SIPA '87, reflected on his political career at Friday's David N. Dinkins Leadership & Public Policy Forum in Low Library.
School of International and Public Affairs
Estakio Beltran will graduate from the School of International and Public Affairs this spring, and his next stop may be Congress—if the votes are in his favor.
A team of Columbia graduate students designed a winning case solution in the Department of Energy’s third annual Better Buildings Case Challenge last week.
Women in Energy, a new program at the School of International and Public Affairs, aims to support women interested in working in the energy industry.
Business School professor Katherine Phillips released a paper considering the political and economic effects of having female national leaders in the School of International and Public Affairs' Journal of International Affairs.
A student at the School of International and Public Affairs is launching a website and mobile application, called Protestify, that she hopes will put a new spin on citizen journalism.
Clement is on a two-year hiatus from the CIA as part of the agency’s Officer in Residence program, which enables CIA officers to teach courses in foreign affairs at American universities.
Despite sustaining a fractured jaw and bruising across his body, the professor at the School of International and Public Affairs who was attacked in Central Harlem Saturday evening in a possible hate crime said he plans to return to work Tuesday.
Merit E. Janow, professor of international economic law and international affairs, will be appointed dean of the School of International and Public Affairs, according to the Morningside Post, SIPA’s student newspaper.
The School of International and Public Affairs launched its Center on Global Energy Policy on Wednesday with Mayor Michael Bloomberg as a panelist.
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