In July 2020, Columbia University announced the creation of a new Climate School to address the environmental and public health challenges of climate change. The first new school in 25 years at the University, it will draw upon the University's current research centers and programs. In response, undergraduates at Columbia formed the Tricentennial Project, a group focused on exploring and modeling what undergraduates want from a climate school, and communicating with faculty and administration. Come listen to student input and administrative responses in this interactive discussion about the formation of this new school.
Robin Bell, Professor in the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University
Sandra Goldmark, Director of Campus Sustainability and Climate Action at Barnard College
Alex Halliday, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University
Alicia Roman, Executive Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University
Alix Schroder, Earth Institute Operations and Engagement Manager, Columbia University
Jason Smerdon, Professor in the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University
Free and open to the public; registration is required via Columbia Events. Registered attendees will receive an event link shortly before the seminar begins. Please contact Ellie Hansen at [email protected] with any questions.
If you are part of a Columbia organization and would like to share your ideas on how to make this school as successful as possible, please reach out to Karen Copeland at [email protected].