Columbia University College of Dental Medicine is seeking to expand oral health care to underserved populations in Kenya by teaming up with the Nairobi global center and the University of Nairobi School of Dental Sciences.
Columbia Global Centers
At a fireside chat on Tuesday, University president Lee Bollinger discussed the social atmosphere on campus and Columbia's global presence.
As news of the terrorist attack in Nairobi rippled through Kenya and spread around the world, Columbia students and faculty reacted with shock and horror—especially those with ties to the country.
We should be more honest about why we study abroad.
Op-ed contributors comment on Columbia's efforts at globalization.
Columbia Global Center in Kazakhstan will further progress that has already begun in Central Asia.
The University will officially open international outposts in Nairobi, Kenya and Istanbul, Turkey within the next six months.
The administration needs to incorporate student opinion into its plans for global centers.
Columbia's joint conference in Istanbul last week is one step toward securing important relationships before opening a global center in Turkey.
As part of an ongoing initiative, the University hopes to open four more global centers in Turkey, Kazakhstan, Kenya, and Brazil.
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