5 Online Offerings This Fall

Planet Earth

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Start streaming Earth Institute Live, a series of online talks on today’s most pressing science and sustainability issues. Hosted by Andy Revkin ’82JRN, the program features speakers from the Columbia science community and beyond. 



The Columbia Alumni YouTube channel has a wide range of videos, including musical performances, recordings of past events, and the new “Columbia at Home” series, which features insight and advice from alumni and faculty on a variety of topics. 



Visit the website of Columbia’s Wallach Art Gallery for virtual walk-throughs of shows and recordings of past lectures. Online exhibitions include Reframing the Passport Photo, curated by graduate student Hannah Morse, and last year’s acclaimed Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today, from Denise Murrell ’14GSAS.  



Intellectuals (and the intellectually curious) can visit the website of Columbia’s Heyman Center for the Humanities to stream lectures on topics as diverse as the work of H. G. Wells, women and the American Civil War, and DNA analysis and the politics of paternity. 



Bookworms are encouraged to join the Columbia Book Club, a virtual community where alumni, students, and friends can have discussions in moderated forums.