Women & Sustainability would like to invite you to our happy hour, Leadership in Women & Sustainability. Relax, enjoy the company of your peers, and get the conversation going about future directions for W&S!
Date: Wednesday, April 16
Location: Amsterdam Restaurant and Tapas, Amsterdam between 119th and 120th
W&S is looking for new leadership! Read more
Columbia’s Aquanauts will join the Riverkeeper foundation in service of helping them clean New York Cities waterways. Supplies will be provided. Participants are eligible to win exciting raffle prizes. Drink tickets will be provided to all. The Aquanauts will clean the waterway around 100th St and Hudson River Greenway. To join the Aquanauts, click here. Feel free to contact Leslie Faulkner, Aquanauts VP, at LAF2155@Columbia.edu with queries.
For more information on the event - 2014 Riverkeeper Sweep | Riverkeeper.
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The Columbia University Partnership for International Development is a student-led effort across Columbia University to facilitate multidisciplinary dialogue, awareness, and action on international development. For more information, visiting their homage here: Columbia University Partnership for International Development – Home.
The SUMA student community is an important and unique aspect of the SUMA experience. The Student Association plays an integral role in the development of this community. If you are interested in taking an active role in student life, please consider running for a position on the Executive Board.
This year in New York City, you are invited to come and celebrate "Disconnecting for Good," inspired by WWF's Earth Hour on March 29th. Join us on Saturday 29 March 7-9pm at Destination Bar on 13th and A for board games, drinks, and reconnecting with friends (or making new ones!) without a smartphone interface.
Please join the Green Business Club on Friday, April 4, 2014 for the Green Business Summit. The event speakers and panels will focus on "Disruptive Technologies for Transitioning to a Sustainable Economy".
The Center on Global Energy Policy is currently working on a project to analyze an annual report by the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) on the oil and gas industry. David Sandalow, Inaugural Fellow at the Center, is currently looking for students with an energy background and/or Chinese language skills to help with analysis and translation. This is a great opportunity to be involved in an important energy market and policy project.If you are interested, please send your resume to Jingchao Wu at email@example.com by March 28.