This World Leaders Forum program features a dynamic conversation with Columbia faculty and students on student engagement at the eight global centers followed by a question and answer session with the audience.
This will be a firsthand opportunity for students to discuss ways in which the Columbia Global Centers network can be leveraged to address issues that matter to them. These discussions will illustrate the interdisciplinary collaboration being exhibited through the centers across the world.
Welcome, Introduction, and Moderated by:
Safwan Masri, Executive Vice President of Global Centers and Global Development
Susan Boynton, Professor and Chair of the Department of Music; with students from Art Humanities and Music Humanities in Paris
John Huber, Professor of Political Science; with students from the Columbia Summer Program in Tunis and Istanbul: Democracy and Constitutional Engineering
Michael Pippenger, Dean of Undergraduate Global Programs; Assistant Vice President of International Education; with students from the Columbia Global Seminar in Istanbul: Byzantine and Modern Greek Encounters
Columbia Global Centers
This program was developed with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.