Recap

In an online GSAPP event, Nigerien architect Mariam Kamara discusses the role that memory plays as a blueprint for her work.

Professor Liên-Hằng Nguyễn from the department of history hopes to expand the Vietnamese Studies program at Columbia, in an effort to foster greate

In a recent online event, panelists discussed how authors can envision a future of hope and climate progress.

In the post-/911 digital era, experts reflect on what they learned from the government's response to the World Trade Center attacks, and how the wo

The Knight First Amendment Institute hosted a week-long symposium to explore ways to lessen the dominance of tech giants and find new alternatives

Also known as an environmentalist, she discusses “Ghost Forest” and “What Is Missing,” which both address climate change.

An event from the Department of Psychiatry and School of Journalism explored the state of mental health in America’s children, adolescents, and you

An online School of the Arts event celebrates the new book’s reception with its editors, Kimberly Drew and Jenna Wortham.

In an online event, the architecture professor outlines her path, which GSAPP Dean Amale Andraos calls a “radical design project.”

In a recent online GSAPP event, MIT Professor Ekene Ijeoma discusses how and why he shifted his work to incorporate data.

The filmmaker, art historian, and collector was the subject of a recent online event organized by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute and the C.V.

An online GSAPP discussion centers on daily challenges on Sapelo Island, Georgia; the Shinnecock peninsula in eastern Long Island, New York; and Sh