Alumni Events Calendar

ColumbiaDC | February 2018 Ivy Singles Event

The Columbia University Alumni Club is hosting the Ivy Singles post-Valentine's Day party at Maggiano's, 5333 Wisconsin Ave NW! Please join us on Friday, February 23rd, from 6:30 to 10 pm to mingle and socialize. Relax with good friends, great conversation, a light buffet, and cash bar. The cost is $30.

Columbia SoCal | Book Club: The Handmaid's Tale

Los Angeles, CA
Come join fellow alumni for a conversation about the book behind the famous Hulu Series The Handmaid's Tale, written by Margaret Atwood in 1986. Parking is free underneath Le Pain and please bring cash to buy a pastry or coffee/tea.

CAA NorCal | Black Panther Screening

Join Columbia Alumni to watch Black Panther at the history Grand Lake Theater in Oakland. We will be going out to the Star, a restaurant nearby, after the show. Friends and family welcome!

ColumbiaDC | Restoring a Robust Global Economic Order, with Dean Janow

Cordially invite you to attend a special foreign policy forum hosted by the Atlantic Council Keynote Speaker: Robert Hormats, Vice Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc. "Restoring a Robust Global Economic Order" Panel discussion "The Future of Diplomacy"

Black Alumni Council Heritage Award and Fund Reception

New York, NY
In Collaboration with Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) The Black Alumni Council Cordially Invites you to the Annual BAC Heritage Award and Scholarship Fund Reception Honoring June Cross, Professor, Columbia School of Journalism Elsie McCabe Thompson, Esq. '81BC, President, New York City Mission Society Please consider making a gift of $10 or more to the BAC SCHOLARSHIP FUND to celebrate our 2018 Heritage honorees and current BAC Scholarship recipients: Charlene Adhiambo ’20CC Braxton Gunter ’18CC Camille Sanches ’18CC Tickets Pre-Registered - Students: $10 - Young Alumni (2007-2017): $30 - Alumni and Guests: $45 Walk-In Registration - Students: $15 - Young Alumni (2007-2017): $40 - Alumni and Guests: $55

NorCal | Black Alumni Council Happy Hour

The CU Black Alumni Council is forming its first SF Bay Area Chapter and to better get to know the community we are hosting a happy hour. Special BAC drink specials will be on hand! The Black Alumni Council (BAC) of Columbia University is the recognized association of current and future black alumni from all schools, affiliates and generations of Columbia. BAC is dedicated to education, scholarship, professional development, university-wide outreach, communication, and mentoring for the benefit of the black community of Columbia and beyond. BAC is a Shared Interest Group of Columbia Alumni Association.

CAA Dallas | Spring Awakening 2018

Come out for brunch, and connect with Columbia Alum. This year's event will be held at Dallas Farmers Market in Dallas, TX to welcome alum joining with family. We can't wait to see you there!!!

ACAA | 16th Annual Lunar New Year Banquet

New York, NY
Join us for Asian Columbia Alumni Association's 16th Annual Lunar New Year Banquet on March 3, 2018 held at Golden Unicorn. Come celebrate the Lunar Year 4716 - the Year of the Dog!

Los Angeles | “Sell, Buy, Date” with Sarah Jones

Ms. Jones will be performing "Sell/Buy/Date", followed by a TalkBack with Ms. Jones herself, on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 8:00pm at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, California. Tickets are in support of the Global Mental Health Program and are on sale now. Sarah Jones is a one-woman global village, and she’s receiving the 2017 Global Mental Health Award for Innovation in the Arts in honor of her unabashed exploration of people’s struggles, and her crusade to preserve the full humanity of voices seldom heard in the theater. Sarah Jones is a Tony and Obie Award-winning playwright and performer best known to theater audiences for her multi-character, one-person shows Bridge & Tunnel and Sell/Buy/Date. The Global Mental Health Program at Columbia University is thrilled to offer a limited number of seats to benefit the work we are doing together to alleviate the stigma and suffering associated with mental illness around the world.

The Future of Investing: Fintech London

Join Dean Mary C. Boyce, Professor Emanuel Derman, and Africell CEO, Ziad Dalloul (SEAS MS'88) as they discuss how new advances in technology are transforming traditional investing practices in highly developed countries as well as emerging economies. All Columbia alumni are invited to hear Derman and Dalloul offer insight on the breakthroughs taking place and shaping the future of the finance industry in developed and emerging markets. Doors Open: 6:30 p.m. Discussion: 7-8 p.m. Networking Reception: 8-9 p.m. This is a free event but you MUST register in order to attend. Tickets are non-transferable after 9:00 a.m. GMT on Tuesday, March 6.