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April 13, 2021

Professor Joseph Massad receives 2020-2021 Columbia University Faculty Mentoring Award

The Arts and Sciences Graduate Council (ASGC) instituted this award in 2004 to commemorate excellence in the mentoring of PhD and MA students. This award is a student initiative; selections were made entirely by graduate student representatives from GSAS and affiliated schools based on student nomination letters spanning across all
April 13, 2021

Awo Yayra Sumah awarded the 2020-2021 Chinweike Okegbe Service Award

The Chinweike Okegbe Service Award (formerly GSAC Service Award) is presented annually by the Arts and Sciences Graduate Council to three members of the GSAS community (students and non-students) for service to the Columbia graduate community. This award is a student initiative; selections were made entirely by graduate student representatives
April 9, 2021

Timothy Mitchell receives 2021 Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching

Presidential Awards for Outstanding Teaching are given to faculty and graduate student instructors who have significantly influenced the intellectual development of Columbia students. To receive this award is a great honor, as it demonstrates commitment to excellent and often innovative teaching as recognized by the entire Columbia community. For more information, see
March 5, 2021

April 30 Deadline: Summer 2021 Allison Busch Memorial Language Study Fellowship

Application due April 30, 2021 Download application here. In 2020, the University Committee on Asia and the Middle East (UCAME) announced the Allison Busch Memorial Language Study Fellowship, to honor the late Allison Busch, Professor of Hindi Literature in the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies.  The
February 25, 2021

MESAAS Summer Courses 2021

To register, click here: | Columbia University Summer Sessions Scroll down for a complete list of lectures, seminars, and language classes. Lectures and Seminars MDES UN1001, Critical Theory: A Global Perspective, Prof. Hamid Dabashi The purpose of this foundational course is to introduce Columbia undergraduate students, in the context of their
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