The Columbia Water Center, in collaboration with other Earth Institute units and external partners, is leading intellectual inquiry into the assessment, understanding, and resolution of the global crisis of freshwater scarcity.
This initiative aims to facilitate studies of complex problems in the fields of sustainable development to achieve new insights into intrinsically cross-disciplinary problems and to enable solution-oriented outcomes.
Global Support operates in conjunction with the International Administrative Working Group (IAWG) and provides University programs with a central point of access for information, guidance and resources to help facilitate your international activities, travel or program administration.
The Gulf/2000 Project was created in 1993 as a service to scholars, government officials, business people, journalists and other specialists who have a professional association with the Persian Gulf and Gulf studies.
Columbia University, in a partnership with New York City, launched the Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering to fill the explosive need for the acquisition and analysis of “big data" in July, 2012. ...
The Institute for Sustainable Development Practice offers governmental and non-governmental organizations capacity building, policy support, education, and research to help tackle Jordan’s various development issues.