The need for education is constant. The key is to develop a culture of learning, achieving, and dreaming―and to not limit that learning and dreaming to young people.
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The students studying with us are the antidote to dysfunction and corruption and our best hope for a sustainable future.
Dr. David Maurrasse, adjunct research scholar at the Earth Institute, is seeking an intern to assist with qualitative research. Graduate and undergraduate students at Columbia and Barnard are welcome to apply.
Developing, understanding and applying knowledge of environmental problems and the solutions to those problems is the purpose of sustainability research and education.
Columbia’s Center for Sustainable Development is testing a virtual reality module to help train teachers in a comfortable and individual virtual space.
New Center Would Bring Digital Skills, Solar Energy and Employment Hope For Women—All Under One Roof
The proposed “ITC Center” in India would provide a cyber café and training center for women, powered by a solar mini-grid for reliable and affordable electricity.
Science, communication and learning will continue to transform our world, and our graduates will work hard to ensure that this transformation is largely positive.
MPA-ESP student Sarah Burns plans to mitigate the effects of climate change through renewable energy.
Sustainability Management graduate student Megan Ross thinks that banding together to advance sustainability might end up solving more than just climate change.
Climate change will impact populations across the planet. MPA-DP graduate student Andrea Cristina Ruiz wants to bring their voices to the table.