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  • Announcements | Columbia University in the City of New York
    ARTS OF HARLEM IN THE AMERICAN RELIGIOUS IMAGINATION May 14 2011 2 00 to 3 00 p m Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts Free and open to the public No tickets or reservations are required From the Spirituals through Blues and Jazz and right on up to Hip Hop religion has occupied a place of privilege in black musical repertoires At the same time Harlem that premier staging ground of African American cultural expression has in many ways figured pre eminently as a sacred place and space in American history Wedding these themes together Professor Marcellus Blount composer pianist arranger Courtney Bryan Reverend Dr Calvin O Butts III and historian Josef Sorett explore the spiritual dimensions of Harlem s aesthetic legacies and contemporary vitality For a full program and schedule information please visit the Harlem Jazz Shrines website Poem in Your Pocket Columbia University Celebrates National Poetry Month When Thursday April 28 2011 12 00 p m 1 00 p m Location The Sundial on College Walk 116th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue Rain Location Columbia University Bookstore 2922 Broadway Bring a poem in your pocket as Columbia celebrates National Poetry Month in April Write your own poem or borrow one from your favorite poet Those who read receive 15 off any trade book at the Columbia Bookstore Poem in your pocket will offer a series of poetry inpired events throughout the city To learn more visit www nyc gov nyculture or www nyc gov poem Brought to you by the Office of Community Outreach Columbia University School of the Arts and the Columbia University Bookstore Download flyer pdf Art Exhibit and Reception Negro League Baseball in the 40 s Paintings by Lou Grant Exhibition Date March 21 June 30 2011 Opening Reception Date and Time Thursday March 24 2011 5 30 7 00 p m Location Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion 1150 St Nicholas Avenue at 168th Street For more information please email communityaffairs columbia edu or call 212 854 1324 Please note that all artwork on display is for sale by the artist For information about the art exhibition program at Columbia University please click here To visit the artist s personal website please click here For more information Download flyer pdf The Columbia Newsletter Fall 2010 Download the newsletter pdf Call for Artist Applications Deadline Apr 1 2011 Columbia University s Office of Government and Community Affairs offers art exhibition spaces for artists residing in upper Manhattan that do not have affiliation with Columbia University Exhibition spaces are located in the reception areas of the Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion at 1150 St Nicholas Avenue 168th Street and the Lasker Biomedical Research building at 3960 Broadway 166th Street Applications are now being accepted for the 2011 2012 exhibition season Please see links below for further information about the program Website Call for Artist 2011 2012 pdf Apply Online Art Exhibit and Reception Parallel Process Paintings by Jing Chen Exhibition Date Jan 17

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  • Community Programs and Services | Columbia University in the City of New York
    sro law project 100 html Partner s Goddard Riverside Community Center s West Side SRO Law Project Columbia Unit s Law School Social Justice Initiative Community Law Partnership Alianza Dominicana and Legal Aid Society This partnership provides legal aid to immigrants dealing with the complicated system of immigration laws This program offers legal advice and representation on immigration cases that go beyond getting legal status to work in the country or to travel to and from the country allowing legal support for people under an order to be removed from the country or who are brought up on criminal charges based on immigration violations Fee s No fees Address 665 West 182nd Street Phone 212 781 0355 Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights Website nmcir org index html Partner s Alianza Dominicana Legal Aid Society Columbia Unit s Law School Social Justice Initiative West Harlem Community Advocacy Partnership The West Harlem Community Advocacy Partnership works with the community to protect long term tenancies and to preserve affordable housing in Community District 9 by providing free legal advice and representation on housing issues providing workshops and trainings on tenants rights and how to enforce them and advocating for governmental policies that preserve or create affordable housing Eligibility Requirements Community District 9 Fee s No fees Registration Application Deadline Walk ins at the CB9 Office 18 Old Broadway on the second Wednesdays of every month from 1 to 5 p m Applicants are seen in the order they arrive Address 18 Old Broadway Website westharlemcpo org Phone 212 939 9201 Fax 212 348 4093 Email mmccune hlsnyc org Community Board 9 Website nyc gov html mancb9 html home home shtml Email info cb9m org Phone 212 864 6200 About History Administration Statistics Facts Visiting Admissions Schools Departments Financial Aid Areas of Study

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  • Community Programs and Services | Columbia University in the City of New York
    51 Audubon Avenue Suite 800 New York NY 10032 Phone 212 305 8060 Email cumcgca columbia edu Partner s Department of Employment Alianza Dominicana Children s Arts and Sciences Workshop Columbia Unit s Government and Community Affairs Medical Center GENERAL STUDENT ADULT EDUCATION CareerNet This course includes a 120 hour computer skills training class an internship mentoring and job readiness workshops Eligibility Requirements Must be 18 years of age or older Additional requirements determined by Community Impact Registration Application Deadline Refer to Community Impact website Phone 212 854 9622 Website communityimpact columbia edu Columbia Unit s Community Impact Center for Educational and Psychological Services The Center offers psychological and educational services to individuals couples and families residing in the New York City area Eligibility Requirements None Fee s Yes dependent upon type of service sliding fee scale based on income and expenses Address 525 West 120th Street Phone 212 678 3262 Fax 212 678 8105 Website www tc edu ceps Columbia Unit s Teachers College College Road To assist prospective college students the College Road program offers three types of services one to one college preparation assistance college preparation workshops and a college preparation class Eligibility Requirements Must be 19 years of age or older candidates who are 18 years of age may apply with an additional interview process required Additional requirements determined by Community Impact Registration Application Deadline Refer to Community Impact website Phone 212 854 1492 Website communityimpact columbia edu Columbia Unit s Community Impact English as a Second Language Community Impact The ESL program is a twelve week course of study offering classes in five different levels ranging from beginner to advanced As a result we are able to offer valuable learning services to a wide range of applicants at different stages of their professional academic and personal lives Eligibility Requirements Must be 19 years of age or older candidates who are 18 years of age may apply with an additional interview process required Additional requirements determined by Community Impact Registration Application Deadline Refer to Community Impact website Phone 212 854 1492 Website communityimpact columbia edu Columbia Unit s Community Impact English as a Second Language Dominican Sunday Columbia s Office of Government and Community Affairs In cooperation with Dominican Sunday Inc Columbia s Office of Government and Community Affairs offers a free ESL program to residents of Manhattan Valley The program assists residents with improving their English language speaking reading and writing proficiency skills The program presently runs three nights a week and Saturday mornings and currently serves 60 mostly Spanish speaking residents Eligibility Requirements Manhattan Valley resident Fees No fees Registration Application September January and June Address The School at Columbia University 556 West 110th Street Phone 212 749 0781 Email dominicansunday hotmail com Partner s Dominican Sunday Inc Columbia Unit s Government and Community Affairs Morningside Heights GED Programs The GED Preparatory Program seeks to achieve a balance between the immediate goal of helping our students earn their GED diploma and the more long term goal of producing students who are critical thinkers and articulate speakers and writers A GED program is also available in Spanish Eligibility Requirements Must be 19 years of age or older candidates who are 18 years of age may apply with an additional interview process required Additional requirements determined by Community Impact Registration Application Deadline Refer to Community Impact website Phone 212 854 1492 Website communityimpact columbia edu Columbia Unit s Community Impact Institute for Research in African American Studies IRAAS IRAAS is an academic resource center that is building a new intellectual tradition upon the rich legacy of Harlem s history The Institute administers the undergraduate and master s degree programs in African American Studies regularly sponsors academic conferences lectures and forums on a wide variety of topics and produces the scholarly publication Souls A Critical Journal of Black Politics Culture and Society Address 758 Schermerhorn Ext 1200 Amsterdam Avenue at 119th Street Phone 212 854 7080 Fax 212 854 7060 Email iraas columbia edu Website www columbia edu cu iraas Columbia Unit s Institute for African American Studies The Programs in Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School Executive Education The Programs in Social Enterprise offer intensive non degree programs for nonprofit leaders and managers to build superior leadership skills and cutting edge business knowledge during challenging economic times Approximately 10 percent of program alumni are from organizations based in Harlem and Upper Manhattan Eligibility Requirements Please refer to the website for more information Fee s Tuition assistance may be available Registration Application Deadline Please refer to the website for more information Address Armstrong Hall 2880 Broadway 4th Floor Phone 212 854 3395 Email execed columbia edu Website www gsb columbia edu execed social enterprise Columbia Unit s Columbia Business School Executive Education Social Enterprise Program at Columbia Business School Rutherfurd Observatory The observatory offers workshops lectures and viewing opportunities for families and local youth organizations interested in astronomy Eligibility Requirements Open to the public Fee s No fees Phone 212 854 1976 Email observe astro columbia edu Website http outreach astro columbia edu Columbia Unit s Department of Astronomy The School at Columbia University K 8 The School at Columbia University is open to families who live in School Districts 3 and 5 Admissions materials are distributed through a lottery system Administrators work to meet the financial needs of each family Eligibility Requirements Families living in School Districts 3 and 5 Fee s Deposit and tuition no application fee lottery Registration Application Deadline Lottery form October 31 Completed application December 15 please call for details Address 556 West 110th Street Phone 212 851 4216 Email jmarshall theschool columbia edu Website www theschool columbia edu Columbia Unit s The School at Columbia University CHILD CARE PRESCHOOL Barnard Center for Toddler Development The mission of the Barnard Center is to provide a warm positive first school experience for parents and children and a forum for parents and caregivers to discuss and learn about the development of toddlers to conduct

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  • Community Programs and Services | Columbia University in the City of New York
    children ages 5 to 18 Children from the local communities are welcome to participate The studio provides a safe environment where children can express themselves artistically through painting sketching sculpting collage creation two dimensional art creation and portfolio development Every year during Black History Month the studio holds its annual art exhibition at Columbia University where children display their artwork The studio is open Monday through Friday 3 to 5 p m Eligibility Requirements Children ages 5 to 18 Fee s No fees Address 17 158 MLK Harlem Hospital Center 506 Lenox Avenue 17th Floor Pediatrics Floor Phone 212 939 4010 Website www thefundforhhc org arts and healing html Fax 212 939 4015 Email oa2003 columbia edu Columbia Unit s Government and Community Affairs Morningside Heights RECREATION Lawrence Wien Stadium Track Hours Track hours are subject to change visit www gocolumbialions com for most recent information Eligibility Requirements None Fee s No fees Email communityaffairs columbia edu Website www gocolumbialions com Columbia Unit s Columbia Athletics University Facilities RESOURCES Access to Columbia University Facilities by Nonaffiliated Groups Nonaffiliated groups and civic organizations seeking access to space at Columbia must submit a formal request on official stationery demonstrating their official 501 c status and provide the following nature of event date and time of event alternative dates special needs number of people expected Eligibility Requirements Nonaffiliated groups and civic organizations with 501 c status All decisions regarding use of University facilities are made based upon space availability Availability increases during the following periods weekends during the academic year winter break December 15 to January 15 summer break second week of May to July 1 Fee s Rental security and direct services fees based upon the venue and services provided Registration Application Deadline Requests must be submitted a minimum of 90 days prior to the event Send them to the attention of Yanira Cantres Project Coordinator Office of Government Relations and Community Affairs Columbia University 309 Low Memorial Library 535 West 116th Street New York NY 10027 Phone 212 854 2387 Fax 212 851 7719 Email communityaffairs columbia edu Columbia Unit s Government and Community Affairs Morningside Heights Columbia Community Service Inc This nonprofit affiliate of the University provides grants to fifty organizations near the Morningside campus that offer services and opportunities to local residents Past recipients include Figure Skating in Harlem Friends of Morningside Park and St Mary s Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry Eligibility Requirements Organizations should request a grant application in writing They can send the written request to the Office of Community Affairs Columbia University Organizations should be not for profit and located within a certain region around the University Fee s No fees Registration Application Deadline Grant applications are mailed to organizations that have submitted a request for an application and have already met the requirements Visit website for details Address 304 Earl Hall Mail Code 2025 2980 Broadway New York NY 10027 Phone 212 854 4288 Email communityaffairs columbia edu For Columbia University Employees Joan Griffith

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  • Web & Identity Guidelines | Columbia University in the City of New York
    branding guidelines Logo Best Practices How Not to Use Co branding Design Guidelines Read tips and instructions for creating a University website Web Advisory Committee The Columbia Web Advisory Committee oversees the development of the Columbia Web site as an effective means for communicating with and providing information to both the Columbia community and external constituencies It advises on matters relating to the content and design and on the overall functionality of the Columbia Web site Useful Links Columbia Creative Photographic Services Sample Templates Color Palettes pdf Letterhead Business Cards Identity Guidelines Download blue290 pdf About History Administration Statistics Facts Visiting Admissions Schools Departments Financial Aid Areas of Study Academics Schools Departments Centers Areas of Study Research News Resources Centers Libraries Locations Catalogs E Resources Request It Ask a Librarian Services Medical Center Research Education Patient Care Newsroom Giving Impact Gift Guide Ways to Give Give Online Arts Athletics Columbia Global Resources for Students Faculty Staff Alumni Community Careers Learning CAA Email Neighbors Programs Administration Jobs Manhattanville Campus Plan New Buildings Community Construction 116th Street and Broadway New York NY 10027 2016 Columbia University Contact Computing Employment Visiting Accessibility Nondiscrimination Email LionMail CUIT Outlook Web Access CUMC Outlook Web Access

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  • University Commencement | Columbia University in the City of New York
    WHAT TO EXPECT Guest Seating Tickets allow entrance into Morningside Campus on Commencement Day however they do not guarantee a seat Seats are on a first come first served basis they are unassigned and they cannot be reserved University Commencement is a highly popular event and therefore space is very limited Weather The University Commencement ceremony is an outdoor event which is held rain or shine Prepare yourself appropriately for the weather conditions Please bring sunscreen and a hat as well as an umbrella or raincoat should there be inclement weather There is also an indoor weather friendly viewing location for guests in the Levien Gymnasium which can be accessed with general admission tickets Street Closures For those planning to drive or park near campus during Commencement Week please note that many streets surrounding Morningside Campus will be closed to both traffic and parking by the NYPD Please check back for further details in the spring semester Green Initiatives Guests are encouraged to bring their own water bottles in order to cut down on waste The University is committed to global sustainability efforts and clearly marked recycling bins will be provided on the campus grounds during the University Commencement ceremony Following the event please deposit unwanted plastic bottles or paper products including programs in these containers After the ceremony The ceremony will end shortly after noon We recommend that graduates and their families choose a designated area off campus to meet after the ceremony With more than 30 000 people on campus it can be very difficult to find someone even with a cell phone without planning ahead Bags For security reasons and to save time we ask that everyone refrain from bringing bags to campus on Commencement Day Any bags or packages brought to the ceremony will be subject

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  • University Commencement | Columbia University in the City of New York
    page of the Graduating Students section in Resources FACULTY STAFF On Commencement morning space is extremely limited on Morningside Campus Seats on campus are reserved for ticket holders and degree candidates only All faculty and staff reporting to work or participating in the academic procession must show a Columbia ID to enter the campus on University Commencement morning Information on the best entrances to access Morningside Campus will be communicated later in the spring semester We wish we could issue an unlimited amount of tickets but we must first accommodate some guests for all of our graduating students Staff and faculty who are not participating in the event are strongly encouraged to enjoy the proceedings via our live webcast Please email the commencement office if you have any questions of special requests FAMILY GUESTS Family and friends of Columbia s graduates are an integral part of the University Commencement celebration Each guest over the age of three will need a ticket to enter the Morningside Campus on the morning of the ceremony Guests may enter campus starting at 8 30 a m and must present their tickets for scanning or collection in order to enter either the Morningside campus outdoor viewing location at 114th Street and Broadway line forms at 115th Street and Broadway or the indoor weather friendly location in the Levien Gymnasium at 120th Street near Broadway Guests will not be permitted to re enter campus after exiting For more information on how to obtain tickets for the University Commencement ceremony please visit the Tickets page of the Families Guests section in Resources About History Administration Statistics Facts Visiting Admissions Schools Departments Financial Aid Areas of Study Academics Schools Departments Centers Areas of Study Research News Resources Centers Libraries Locations Catalogs E Resources Request It Ask a Librarian

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