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“Steve Levine was an extraordinary public servant, and SIPA students... were fortunate to learn from his deep well of knowledge,” says Professor Ester Fuchs.

Growth of the program to 600 participants “is a testament to the strong interest from students and alumni alike,” says co-chair Jeffrey Levine MPA ’05.

More than 200 dignitaries, scholars, and guests joined SIPA for the launch of the Deepak and Neera Raj Center on Indian Economic Policies on October 5.

As part of Dean Merit E. Janow’s tech and policy initiative at SIPA—funded in part by the Carnegie Corporation of New York City—three students spent their summers on the next frontier of public policy.

The SIPA community welcomes Susan Storms as the new director of alumni affairs, a role in which she will oversee programming designed to build community and enhance the network of more than 20,000 SIPA alumni around the world...

Arun Jaitley, India’s minister for finance, will make keynote remarks when the Center celebrates its launch on October 5, 2015

Discussion considers American political response to deal, view from abroad, historical context, and more.

“We are still very clearly, very unambiguously in the post-crisis era,” says noted economics commentator.

This year’s newcomers include a former UN assistant secretary-general, a former trade minister of Indonesia, and experts in cybersecurity, banking and finance, management, and other subjects.

Former UN assistant secretary-general developed doctrine of Responsibility to Protect, will direct School’s specialization in international conflict resolution.

SIPA is preparing to enroll a United States-based cohort within its innovative Global Executive Master of Public Administration program, extending the opportunity to earn a Columbia MPA degree to American professionals who live outside the New York ..

Overcast skies gave way to sun as more than 500 new MIA and MPA students arrived on August 31 to begin orientation.

Congratulations to Meghan Arakelian MPA-DP '15 and Abigail Gregg MPA-DP '15.

Economist Takatoshi Ito visited Santiago, Chile, this week to participate in a series of events.

Recent alumni are co-authors of a paper on return migration and social and economic development.

A new book on the impact of natural disasters aims to bridge the physical and social sciences.

The SIPA faculty member has been recognized for Rebel Music: Race, Empire, and the New Muslim Youth Culture. 

Dean Merit E. Janow moderated a panel discussion among cybersecurity and data privacy experts at a recent workshop that examined the issue from a trans-Atlantic perspective.

Congratulations to three SIPA students and one alumna who have been selected as EDF Climate Corps Fellows for 2015.

Barnwal’s work examined an Indian government program that subsidizes the purchase of cooking gas for home use.

Verhoogen, an associate professor at SIPA and in Columbia’s Department of Economics, will be responsible for faculty recruitment and faculty development.

Event will unite leading scholars and practitioners from Rio de Janeiro, New York City, Mumbai, and Beijing.

New digital tools expand the scope of SIPA’s teaching, says Picker Center’s Adam Stepan

Congratulations to Torkild Solli Haukaas, a student in SIPA’s Program in Economic Policy Management (PEPM) who was recently appointed as a state secretary to Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway...

This year, the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School expanded its longstanding summer fellowship program beyond the Business School to include graduate and undergraduate students throughout Columbia University...

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