Columbia at Home

Events and Videos

The CAA’s weekly Columbia at Home virtual series features Columbians speaking on informative and engaging topics during this difficult time. Diverse topics span the latest on the COVID-19 crisis, health and wellness, entertainment, and more. 

The archive of previously recorded events starts below. 

For the archive of the Columbia Alumni Leaders (CALE) and Columbia at Home collaborations, visit this page.

Storytelling and the Art of Finding a Story

In honor of the upcoming Women’s History Month, She Opened the Door invites you to meet Laurie Gwen Shapiro, biographer, journalist, filmmaker, and journalism professor.

Leveraging LinkedIn Part Two

Career development professional Lauren Mack '06 JRN returns to Columbia at Home to answer more of your questions on getting the most out of LinkedIn.

Success in Life and Leadership

Columbia Business School Professor and Founder of the Mentora Institute Hitendra Wadhwa joins Columbia at Home for a conversation about his new book Inner Mastery, Outer Impact: How Your Five Core Energies Hold the Key to Success.

Leveraging LinkedIn

Career development professional Lauren Mack joins Columbia at Home for an online workshop on getting the most out of LinkedIn.

The Measure | Nikki Erlick '17GSAS 

Best-selling author Nikki Erlick, a graduate of Columbia’s MA program in Global Thought, joins Columbia at Home for a lunchtime chat about her novel The Measure.

Keys to Early Career Success

Join Phil Grodin ’13BUS, senior finance professional and author of the book, Just Tell Me What I Need to Know!, for a discussion of what it takes to build a successful career from day one.

Women Leading in the World of Wine

Celebrate the end of Women’s History Month with the fourth installment of the World and Wine series.

Documenting Women

Academy Award-nominated directors and producers Betsy West and Julie Cohen '89JRN specialize in narrative documentary films about history-making trailblazers.

Find the full playlist on YouTube.