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Date Time Event Description
Aug-18-17 02:00 AM Opportunities and Challenges of Artificial Intelligence On Aug. 19, three leading experts from the industry of artificial intelligence will gather at Columbia Global Centers | Beijing to join a panel discussion on the Opportunities and Challenges of Artificial Intelligence.
Aug-18-17 07:00 PM Uptown Fridays! **This event takes place at the Studio Museum in Harlem (144 West 125th St)** This summer series, Uptown Fridays! transforms the Studio Museum courtyard and galleries into a vibrant social hub. Dance to the sounds of Libation's DJ Ian Friday with Manchildblack and Afro Mosaicand enjoy signature cocktails and drink specials. Guests are also invited to join free guided tours of current exhibitions and browse the Museum Store's incredible selection of books, jewelry, t-shirts and gifts. The summer series is presented in relation to Harlem Postcards, an ongoing project that invites contemporary artists of diverse backgrounds to reflect on Harlem as a site of cultural activity, political vitality, visual stimuli, artistic contemplation and creative production. Representing intimate and dynamic perspectives of Harlem, the images reflect the idiosyncratic visions of contemporary artists from a wide range of backgrounds and locations. Each photograph has been reproduced as a limited edition postcard available free to visitors of the Studio Museum. Harlem Postcards Summer 2017 is organized by Doris Zhao, Curatorial Assistant, and is on view through September 10, 2017.
Aug-19-17 02:00 AM Opportunities and Challenges of Artificial Intelligence On Aug. 19, three leading experts from the industry of artificial intelligence will gather at Columbia Global Centers | Beijing to join a panel discussion on the Opportunities and Challenges of Artificial Intelligence.
Aug-21-17 12:00 AM Epigenetics Boot Camp: The Epigenetics Boot Camp will be led by Dr. Andrea Baccarelli and colleagues, a team with over 31 years of experience in epigenetics from Columbia University, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and Harvard University. This two-day intensive boot camp integrates the principle concepts of epigenetics and the effects of risk factors on the epigenome as we step through the key components of designing and executing DNA methylation studies. The workshop will integrate seminar lectures with hands-on computer sessions to put concepts into practice. Emphasis will be given to leveraging existing resources from ongoing studies and initiating new investigations. The afternoon lab sessions will provide an opportunity to work hands-on with real methylation data generated by the Illumina Infinium MethylationEPIC (850k) BeadChip platform. Participants will learn and practice data handling, cleaning, and basic analysis of epigenome-wide DNA methylation data. Investigators at all career stages are welcome to attend, and we particularly encourage trainees and early-stage investigators to participate. Basic familiarity with R is recommended to get the most out of the Boot Camp, with tutorials on our website. There is a limited capacity for the Boot Camp, with a paid registration required through Eventbrite: https://columbia-epigenetics-boot-camp-ebc2-august.eventbrite.com More information about registration deadlines, fees, and Boot Camp logistics can be found on our website at https://www.mailman.columbia.edu/bootcamp Contact: The Epigenetics Boot Camp Team Columbia.EBC@gmail.com
Aug-21-17 12:00 PM Course Management: Introduction to Courseworks (Canvas) This workshop provides an overview of the basic features and functionality of a course management system that allows instructors to build and support engaging courses. During the workshop, instructors learn how to migrate their content from Courseworks (Sakai), navigate Canvas, manage syllabus and course materials, use quizzing tools, and utilize communication features in the system. Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Contact ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu or 212.854.1692 for accommodations. This event may be photographed. For concerns, contact ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu.
Aug-22-17 12:00 AM Course Management: Introduction to Courseworks (Canvas) This workshop provides an overview of the basic features and functionality of a course management system that allows instructors to build and support engaging courses. During the workshop, instructors learn how to migrate their content from Courseworks (Sakai), navigate Canvas, manage syllabus and course materials, use quizzing tools, and utilize communication features in the system. Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Contact ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu or 212.854.1692 for accommodations. This event may be photographed. For concerns, contact ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu.
Aug-22-17 09:00 AM Morningside Faculty And Staff Orientation: Welcome Program Welcome to Columbia University! During Orientation you will receive information to help you more effectively navigate Columbia University as a new member of our community. Orientation includes representatives from Central HR, Work/Life Office, Environmental Stewardship, Environmental Health & Safety, Research and Public Safety. The session concludes with a representative from Benefits where you will learn about all of your Benefits options and have the opportunity to discuss your benefit questions to a member of the HR Benefits team. Continental breakfast will be served.
Aug-23-17 12:00 AM Course Management: Introduction to Courseworks (Canvas) This workshop provides an overview of the basic features and functionality of a course management system that allows instructors to build and support engaging courses. During the workshop, instructors learn how to migrate their content from Courseworks (Sakai), navigate Canvas, manage syllabus and course materials, use quizzing tools, and utilize communication features in the system. Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Contact ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu or 212.854.1692 for accommodations. This event may be photographed. For concerns, contact ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu.
Aug-23-17 12:00 PM CB9 Back to School Block Party Columbia is partnering with Community Board 9 and the 26th Precinct Community Affairs Unit to kick off the new school year. Help us out by donating school supplies at one of many campus dropoff sites before August 23. FESTIVITIES INCLUDE: DJ & Entertainment, Rock Climbing, Health Screenings, Haircut for Boys, Hair Braiding for Girls, School Supplies (Grades 1 to 7 – While Supplies Last), Refreshments, And Other Resources. For any questions, please contact Crime Prevention Officer Kathleen Clifford or Community Affairs Officer Johanna Urena at 212-678-1301, or the CB9 Office at 212-864-6200.
Aug-24-17 12:00 PM Course Management: Introduction to CourseWorks (Canvas) @ CUMC This workshop provides an overview of the basic features and functionality of a course management system that allows instructors to build and support engaging courses. During the workshop, instructors learn how to migrate their content from CourseWorks (Sakai), navigate Canvas, manage syllabus and course materials, use quizzing tools, and utilize communication features in the system.