IRI climate scientist Daniel Ruiz Carrascal shares his experiences working on this globally influential report, as well as his thoughts about how he hopes it will affect research and action in the future.
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Students will make their own glacier goo, take a virtual drone flight over the ocean, and much more in these live sessions taught by Earth Institute experts.
Learn how to design your own microbe, decode Python script, and much more in these live sessions taught by Earth Institute experts.
A variety of undergraduate research assistant positions are available. Apply by January 29, 2020.
While we spent much of our time examining corals and swamps, studying sea level and storms, we became fascinated by a simple question: How did the hills of Exuma form?
Geologist Nicholas Christie-Blick has studied the Death Valley region for more than four decades. Each spring, he leads a group of Columbia University undergraduates there on a fieldtrip. Check out highlights from this year’s trip.
Tourists flock to Italy to see Michelangelo’s David and other iconic hunks of Renaissance stone, but in a trip over spring break, a group of Columbia students got to visit rocks that have shaped the world in even more profound ways.
Ph.D. students delving deep into some of the world’s complex sustainability issues offered advice to current undergraduates interested in pursuing their own research questions.