Thursday, December 15, 2016

Announcement: New course for Spring 2017: Human Anatomy

Opportunity: St. Luke's Hospital Needs Volunteers!

Amy Bush is the new Director of Volunteer Services at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Hospital and expressed a huge need for volunteers to offer time in their inpatient units.
Below is an example of one of the service descriptions 

Contact and Application information:

Mount Sinai St. Luke’s
1111 Amsterdam Avenue at 114th Street
New York, NY 10025
Tel: (212) 523-2188

To apply, please submit the following documents:
  • A completed Application Form
  • One letter of recommendation or completed reference form (not a relative)
  • A resume (recommended but not required)
Please submit the materials by fax, email, or in person. We will consider your application once we have all materials. 

Announcement: Study Rooms Available for Reading Day and Exam Week

Looking for a place to study?

The Dean of Studies Office has you covered!

Study Rooms Available this week and next week:

December 15 8am-11pm - Barnard 117 and Barnard 118 (in Lefrak Library)

December 16-22 8am-11pm - Barnard 404 and Barnard 405.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Announcement: Dean Cohen's Walk Ins Cancelled Today

Good morning students,

Due to a current illness, Dean Cohen is out today and will be cancelling all appointments and her walk in hours. She sincerely apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks you for your understanding.

Monday, December 12, 2016

Opportunity: Spring 2017 GET-UP Program at CPS

*Please email for an application*

The GET-UP Program is a free, year-long pre-medical mentorship program that is designed to supplement students’ academic trajectory as they pursue medical school admission. GET-UP Program participants will engage with a network of professionals in medical education and healthcare through mentorship sessions and shadowing experiences. In addition, students will be afforded opportunities to participate in a workshop series constructed to bolster their academic and professional skillset throughout college and medical school. Interactions with medical students and faculty as well as academic counseling sessions will also be incorporated in students’ program experience.

The GET-UP Program will serve up to 50 pre-medical students from Columbia College, Barnard College, and undergraduate programs at the City Universities of New York. Eligible students are US citizens or permanent residents, who have an over-all GPA of 2.75 or higher. Students must be able to attend program sessions on weekday evenings. For the spring 2017 semester the program will run from February until the end of May at Columbia University Medical Center. Participating students will receive free access to program resources.

The GET-UP Program application deadline is January 23, 2017

Opportunity: CUMC Summer Public Health Scholars Program

Visit for more information

Opportunity: Northeast Regional Alliance MedPrep Scholars Program

Event: 2017 Medical School Winter Workshop

Due to limited capacity, students are encouraged to register early if this wish to be considered for the event. RSVP here: