Research Cluster on Science and Subjectivity Launches New Student Project

June 01, 2020
Tricentennial Project logo (Globe with a tree in from of it)

The Tricentennial Project is a new undergraduate student group that will discuss, brainstorm, and collaborate with faculty to expand the university’s vision of climate action. The group will focus on the priorities of young people from diverse academic and life backgrounds–including, but not limited to, people with previous climate action experience. The project seeks to include voices from all corners of the university to create truly representative discussion, and to be student-run and student-sustained. Students will build relationships with Columbia University faculty and expand the university's vision of climate action. As Columbia University approaches its tricentennial in 2054, what do we do to ensure that there is one?

Columbia University undergraduate students who are interested in participating should complete the interest form

The Tricentennial Project is run by student scholars at the Research Cluster for Science and Subjectivity. Please visit its webpage for additional information.