The W&S community is excited to host leaders in the public and international sector to learn about large scale initiatives focused on women, climate change, and building sustainable communities. Date: Monday, November 4th, 2013 from 8-10pm Location: Hamilton Hall room 707, 1130 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY, 10027 Space is limited, please RSVP. Columbia ID required … Continue reading Women Making Sustainable Impacts through the Public and Nonprofit Sectors
Join SUMASA and ECO (The SIPA Environmental Coalition) for a screening of the film "Trashed" on Thursday, April 18th at 8:15pm in Room 407 IAB! “Trashed” is a provocative investigation of one of the fastest growing industries in North America. The garbage business. The film examines a fundamental element of modern American culture…the disposal of what our society defines as “waste.” It is an issue influenced by every American, most of whom never consider the consequences. Nor, it seems, the implications to our biosphere. At times humorous, but deeply poignant, “Trashed” examines the American waste stream fast approaching a half billion tons annually.
Registration is now open for The 2nd Columbia University Earth Summit, which will take place on Friday, March 29, 2013, at the Columbia University Faculty House. This year’s Earth Summit also features interactive sessions, such as an Idea Lab (watch world-changing proposals being pitched to investors) and a Social Venture Challenge hosted by The Resolution Project in collaboration with The Earth Institute’s Center on Globalization and Sustainable Development. The day will end with a networking reception.
Join Net Impact members for an informal happy hour to network with other Net Impact members and friends on Wednesday, March 13. They are a diverse group but generally we all share an interested in "using business to do good," frequently through environmental, social or nonprofit activities. The Black Door 6:30pm-9pm.
Have you ever felt caught between your head and your heart, not sure which to listen to when it comes to career decisions? Dr. Mrim Boutla of More Than Money Careers will return to Columbia to deliver two workshops that will provide a framework, exercises, and tips to help you identify and land the world-changing career path that best aligns with your unique values, skills, and priorities. You will leave with a customized roadmap to get started and a plan to effectively use your skill set and time at Columbia to advance your ideal career path. Read more for more information!