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Celine Gaasrud - FI

An Integrated Approach to Sustainability

Master of Science in Sustainability Management student Celine Gaasrud was attracted to the opportunity to combine courses in different areas to explore and solve sustainability challenges. She intends to maintain an international perspective and work on implementing solutions to achieve sustainable development.

by |February 9, 2017
Scientists can experience the sea floor up close in the human-operated vehicle Alvin. Photo: Bridgit Boulahanis

Going Deep for Science

Bridgit Boulahanis, a marine geophysics graduate student at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, prepares to head out on her first research cruise exploring the seafloor with underwater vehicles.

by |July 28, 2016
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Summer 2016 Part-Time Internship Available

The Earth Institute seeks a part-time intern to support the Master of Science in Sustainability Management graduate program during the summer of 2016 from May 25 through Sept. 2, with the possibility of continuing into the fall semester.

by |May 6, 2016

Earth Institute Offers Funding for Student Initiatives

In an effort to better support students in their efforts to raise awareness about sustainability on campus, the Earth Institute is making available funding for the new Student Initiatives Support Program, offering grants of up to $250 each semester to support students who wish to host conferences, panels and other events at Columbia University that relate to the work of the Earth Institute.

by |December 10, 2014
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Student Research Showcase 2014

The Earth Institute, Columbia University was proud to support student research in the areas of environment and sustainable development at the annual Student Research Showcase on April 25, 2014. Student interns, research assistants and travel grant recipients, and their Faculty and Research Advisors, were honored for their research contributions that ranged in topics from biodiversity, urban planning, earth sciences to international development.

by |April 7, 2014
Anapocalypse: Ana gearing up for sanding. Image: N. Pederson

The Zen of Sanding

By Ana Camila Gonzalez “But can’t you see the rings already?” I ask, wondering why I’ve been asked to sand a sample- it sounds to me like one would damage a sample by subjecting it to the mechanical screech of a sander.   “Yes, but under the microscope they look foggy if you don’t sand… read more

by |November 4, 2012

Summer 2012 Announcement: Internship Positions

This summer the Earth Institute, Columbia University is offering Columbia students opportunities to intern within various departments and research centers at the Earth Institute. All full-time Columbia and Barnard students are eligible to apply for internships. These internships are funded at a rate of $15/hr for 35 hours per week and up to a maximum… read more

by |March 30, 2012

Spring 2012 Internship Positions Announcement

This spring the Earth Institute, Columbia University is offering Columbia students opportunities to intern within various departments and research centers at the Earth Institute. All full-time Columbia and Barnard students are eligible to apply for internships. These internships are funded at a rate of $15/hr for 10 hours per week and up to a maximum… read more

by |January 2, 2012
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Sachs Student Lecture: America’s Economic Crisis – Where Do We Go From Here?

Jeffrey D. Sachs will give his fifth annual student lecture on Tuesday, November 23 on Columbia University’s Morningside campus.

by |November 15, 2010