March 22, 2018; IAB 1510
The Interdisciplinary Speed Talks consists of a set of graduate students or full-fledged researchers delivering very short presentations (4-5 min) on an ongoing project they’re working on, ideally one that they wish to collaborate on with people from other disciplines. This is a great way to learn about current research being done at different fields, get exposed to completely new methods, and learn about exciting new datasets.
Registration is now open (to give a talk or just listen): very short registration form here.
April 6-7, 2018
The IPWSD is a workshop open to students working on, or interested in issues relating to sustainable development. It is intended to provide a forum to present and discuss research in an informal setting, as well as to meet and interact with similar young researchers from other institutions. In particular, we hope to facilitate a network among students pursuing in-depth research in one or several disciplines, whether quantitative or qualitative in focus, to generate a larger interdisciplinary discussion concerning sustainable development.
Open to Admitted Applicants
April 13-14, 2018
The Sustainable Development Ph.D. Research Symposium showcases the pioneering research of the Ph.D. Program in Sustainable Development’s upper-year doctoral candidates to the wider Columbia University community and invited guests from the private sector, governments, and NGOs. The symposium consists of a series of short presentations, followed by short question and answer sessions and a general discussion.
By Invitation Only
May 28 - June 1, 2018
The Alliance Graduate Summer School began as a student-led initiative in 2012 in an effort to promote interdisciplinary exchanges between doctoral and high-level masters students at Alliance institutions researching the nexus of science and policy. The Summer School brings together world-class professors, industry experts, policy makers and PhD students for a week-long event that fosters an exchange of ideas, intellectual discourse, and joint-learning opportunities through a mixture of guest speakers and workshops.
Open to Admitted Applicants. Applications due by April 1, 2018.