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  • Columbia University Wind Ensemble
    Concerts Rehearsals Social Events Media Music Pictures Posters Support Us Mailing List CDs Donations Columbia Festival of Winds Support Us Mailing List CDs Donations Donations We greatly appreciate the support of our friends family alumni and fellow musicians If you would like to donate a musical instrument or make a monetary donation to the Columbia University Wind Ensemble please contact CU Wind Ensemble C o Yuxuan Xia 2920 Broadway 3966

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/wind/support/donations.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Women's Business Society
    a senior in Columbia College pursuing a double major in Political Science and Hispanic Studies She was born and raised in Greenlawn New York This past summer Bridget interned at the National Center on Education and the Economy in Washington D C where she performed international education benchmarking research in the interest of making domestic policy recommendations Her professional interests lie in the fields of foreign policy and international development She spent the summer before her junior year in Barcelona honing her language skills while studying history politics and business through Georgetown University On campus Bridget is a member of the Women s Varsity Lacrosse team and the Student Athlete Advisory Council This is Bridget s second year on the CWBS board having previously served as the Preprofessional Chair In her spare time Bridget enjoys helping others achieve their personal health goals as a fitness trainer She also loves to explore New York City and is always on the hunt for authentic Spanish tapas Angela Wang Conference Chair Angela is a junior in Columbia College majoring in Computer Science and concentrating in East Asian Studies This past summer she worked in management consulting at Z Ben Advisors in Shanghai and has previously interned at Bank of New York Mellon In addition to CWBS she is also involved with Application Development Initiative on campus A native of the sun drenched Bay Area California Angela enjoys hiking good writing and chai lattes This is her second year on the CWBS Executive Board Lily Liu Krason Community Chair Lily is a Senior studying Mathematics and Creative Writing On breaks she splits her time between her two homes Boston and St Paul Minnesota This past summer Lily interned as a Global Investment Research analyst at Goldman Sachs For now she s interested in anything that involves cool quant analysis writing and meeting fellow nerds Lily s past internships include a finance internship at a start up a public service fellowship with Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown and Boston city councillor Matthew O Malley and an editorial position for a teen magazine At school Lily is also involved in the Alternative Break Program Academic Awards Committee and Swing Dance Club She likes to run write fiction and use the Oxford comma View Lily Liu Krason s profile Jeanne Li Alumnae Relations Chair Jeanne is a junior at Columbia College majoring in Financial Economics with a concentration in East Asian Studies She grew up across the Hudson in Englewood New Jersey Her professional interests primarily lie in the financial services industry though she is also interested in entrepreneurship and art history This past summer she interned at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the Global Wealth and Investment Management Division In her spare time she enjoys playing basketball and exploring galleries in the city This is Jeanne s second year on the CWBS Board having served as Marketing Co Chair in her sophomore year View Jeanne Li s profile Kaitlin Hickey Co Marketing Chair Kaitlin is a

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cwbs/board.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Women's Business Society
    members of the Blackrock teams for an intimate and candid conversation BNP Paribas Women s Roundtable As one of our most anticipated events of the year CWBS BNP Paribas Women s Roundtable features five BNP women in an animated and intimate conversation on what it s like to be a woman in finance Nomura Holdings Site Visit A select group of CWBS members visited Nomura s headquarters and networked with professionals from many different divisions and heard from a panel of young women at the company in a small group setting Medallia and Entrepreneurship As one of our first start up sponsors Medallia hosted an intimate and informative session on campus geared towards shedding light on an exciting new industry and a world beyond consulting banking and private equity Bank of America Merrill Lynch Markets Panel Held with the Columbia Queer Business Society this event brought members of the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Markets teams to campus to answer questions regarding the Markets divisions the firm and internship opportunities Goldman Sachs Diversity Ask Anything Panel Women from the firm s Investment Management Division came to campus for an Ask Anything panel geared towards diversity initiatives at the firm mentoring Columbia Women s Business Society Alumni Mentoring CWBS members are able to leverage the success and experiences of our alumni to form career mentoring relationships Columbia Women s Business Society Internal Mentorship Program Select CWBS underclassmen have the opportunity to be paired with CWBS upperclassmen based on interest and experience to form career mentoring and academic mentoring in a more informal setting pre professional Industry Showcase Leadership Development and Rotational Programs Held together with the Center for Career Education and constituting one of our most popular events this industry showcase featured eight employers and their respective rotational programs Industry Showcase

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cwbs/events.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Women's Business Society
    conferences here 2015 Make Your Mark 2014 Changing the Game 2013 Connecting Women Creating Leaders 2012 Breaking Boundaries 2011 Bridging Between Businesses 2010 Inspiring Women Inspiring Change 2009 Winning With Women 2008 Leading Women in Business 2007 Making it in Manhattan and 2005 Empowered Women Powering Change about the conference Each year CWBS organizes a Women s Business Leadership Conference The conference aims to connect undergraduate students to successful women

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cwbs/conference.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Women's Business Society
    level bronze level Click here to learn more about Zoomdojo bronze conference level For more information on how you can sponsor CWBS please refer to our 2015 2016 corporate sponsorship package In organizing our annual women s leadership business conference

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cwbs/sponsors.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Women's Business Society
    and Kaitlin Hickey for more information Conference Planning Committee is responsible for soliciting gifts and donations to our annual conference which is our largest event of the year and for planning and organizing all aspects logistics for the event Conference meets every other Thursday at 9pm in Lerner 505L Contact Angela Wang for more information Social Media Committee is responsible for handling all aspects of our organization s social media

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cwbs/contactus.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Wushu || Columbia University
    Members Email who You When Saturday April 9th 2016 Where Roone Arledge Auditorium Lerner Hall Columbia University 2920 Broadway New York NY 10027 Key Dates Deadline Fee Regular Registration Feb 26 2016 11 59 EST 50 5 per additional event Late Registration March 11 2016 11 59 EST 75 5 per additional event Register today at www collegiatewushu org Competitor Documentation Proof of enrollment Waiver for minors under the age

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/wushu/collegiates.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Wushu || Columbia University
    is 13 and round trip fare is 23 You can choose to disembark at Grand Central Port Authority or Penn Station so before you leave please take some time to find out which stop is closest to your hotel Please note that there is also complimentary hotel shuttle service between 23rd and 63rd street from Grand Central You can also hire private shuttles if you are traveling with multiple people Public Bus The M60 will actually stop at Columbia University and just across the street you ll find a subway station on the 1 line too If you wanted to take an early sneak peek at our campus this is the way The bus and subway fare is 2 75 each Please note that the M60 is SBS which stands for Select Bus Service which means you need to pay for the fare at the bus stop before riding John F Kennedy International Airport JFK to Manhattan Taxi The taxis charge a 52 flat rate plus tolls to any Manhattan location Just like the other airports there are taxis at every terminal Just look for the taxi stand Shuttle Bus The NYC Airporter shuttle is available too as long as it s within the hours of 5 00AM to 11 30PM One way fare is 16 and round trip fare is 29 They will stop at Grand Central Port Authority and Penn Station so before you leave find out which stop is closest to your hotel Again please note that there is also complimentary hotel shuttle service between 23rd and 63rd street from Grand Central AirTrain If you are planning to take AirTrain you will most likely stop at Jamaica Station At Jamaica Station there will be many subways and Q line buses that can take you throughout midtown Manhattan

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/wushu/nyc.html (2016-02-12)
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