The Columbia University Alumni Association of Japan (CUAAJ) cordially invites all Columbia alumni and friends to the first lecture event of 2017. Dr. Daichi Suzuki, Commissioner of the Japan Sports Agency and a Gold Medalist in the 1988 Seoul Olympics, will speak about “Strategies for Ultimate Success – Leadership from Rio to Tokyo."
The Columbia Alumni Association of the Pacific Northwest will be hosting a panel discussion with two Columbia professors on issues of the environment.
The Columbia Club of London and the Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) invite you to a program and reception with Donna MacPhee '89CC P: '17CC, Vice President of University Alumni Relations and President of the Columbia Alumni Association.
A conversation with Fiona Hill (Brookings Institution), an insider and authority on Putin and Russia.
Join your fellow Columbia alumni at the Shangri-La Shanghai Club. We look forward to seeing you there!
Join fellow alums for our annual outing to the Miami Heat as they battle the Atlanta Hawks! Get your tickets soon, as this event usually sells out fast.
Join Columbia alumni and history professor Tibor Frank for the first event of the new year on the topic "Historical Migrations to and from Hungary."
Location:New York, NY
Join us for Asian Columbia Alumni Association's 15th Annual Lunar New Year Banquet! There will be a traditional Chinese Lion Dance performance by the Columbia Lion Dance Troupe students followed by a 10-course Chinese banquet. Reserve a table for 10 and invite your family and friends!
Networking is one of the best ways to reconnect with your fellow alumni and make inroads for that next career step! Recent CAA Networking Hours have drawn alumni from all professions, including entrepreneurs, writers, healthcare professionals, and lawyers. Most of them credit networking with other alumni for their career success.
Join us for the 1st Ryder Club Keynote ! Artificial Intelligence and Digital Labor – What is the impact on business, people, and society ? Participating schools to this event include: Bocconi, Boston, Chicago, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, IMD, INSEAD, Kellogg, MIT, and Stanford.