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Winter study tours are announced in May; spring tours are announced in October. Check our study tour page for updates.
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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Interested in organizing a Chazen study tour? Application deadline is Monday April 20 at 5:00 p.m.
CBS students: Interested in the fall 2015 Global Immersion Program to Patagonia? Hear from students who participated in this year's program at an info session Tues., April 28, 12:30 p.m., Uris 331.
Register now for a special event ion April 23 in Mumbai: “Why Your Strategy Needs to Keep Moving” with Columbia Business School professor Rita McGrath
Now accepting applications for the Laidlaw Chazen Travel Fund, a stipend for CBS students participating in 2015-16 Chazen Institute travel programs.