Columbia University Interfaith Fellows Program is a new initiative of the Office of the University Chaplain. The Interfaith Fellows Program will support ten students interested in interfaith programming at Columbia University. Interfaith Fellows will develop programming to engage faith communities in their schools at Columbia University on issues of faith and spirituality.
Common Meal provides students, faculty, senior administrators, and New York City community leaders with a venue to discuss a specific topic or an emerging issue affecting the Columbia Community over a meal. Common Meals are Vegetarian, with a Kosher option. They are held on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m., either in the Choir Room of Saint Paul's Chapel or in Earl Hall.
If interested in attending, please email Chaplain Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we are able to order the right amount of food and to request a Kosher meal.
Please note: Common Meal gatherings will resume beginning with the Spring 2014 semester.
Exhale is an interfaith space for prayer, meditation, reflection, and centering. Various spiritual practices are made available for students to explore, including using finger-labyrinths, coloring Buddhist mandala patterns, journaling, Buddhist meditation beads, Rosaries, and spiritual poetry. Each week a distinct faith tradition is highlighted and students are encouraged to explore their own spirituality while also learning about the practices of their neighbors. Exhale is most importantly a space to take a break, grab a snack, breathe, and pause in the midst of the week.
Exhale occurs every Tuesday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Fireplace Room on the 3rd floor of Earl Hall and all are welcome to drop in as their schedule allows.
Music at St. Paul's showcases a wide variety of sacred and secular performances in St. Paul's Chapel featuring New York City artists. Programs have included classical performances from Juilliard, Korean drumming, Cantors, and jazz ensembles. Families are especially welcome.
The Kraft Family Fund for Intercultural and Interfaith Awareness Fund supports collaborative efforts between two or more recognized student groups at Columbia University to promote intercultural and interfaith understanding on campus during the academic year. Applications are accepted in the fall and spring semesters. Please email Daniel Meyers at email@example.com for more information.
The Kraft Family Fund for Intercultural and Interfaith Awareness is accepting applications for co-sponsorship from recognized student groups for Spring 2014. The rolling application submission for the Kraft Family Fund begins on Tuesday, January 21 and ends on Tuesday, February 11. One representative from each of the collaborating groups must meet with the Office of the University Chaplain for a joint meeting, at least 48-hours prior to submission, to discuss the proposal and each group's role in producing the event. All applications must be submitted ten-business days prior to your proposed event.
The Office of the University Chaplain’s Kraft Global Fellows Program is an initiative of the Kraft Family Fund for Intercultural and Interfaith Awareness. At designated academic breaks, the Kraft Global Fellows Program will support up to five students who have a clear outlined research proposal to travel to one of the Columbia Global Centers (CGC) as a team to conduct research for a particular set of questions or inquiries. Generally, Chaplain Davis will serve as Program Director and will be present for some portion of the time.
If you have questions about this program or wish to know more about upcoming Kraft Global Fellow deadlines, please contact Suzanne Jung, the Associate Director of Earl Hall, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Columbia Global Centers, please visit http://globalcenters.columbia.edu
The Office of the University Chaplain Co-Sponsorship Fund is available to recognized Columbia University undergraduate, graduate, and professional student groups whose programs explore issues of religion, spirituality, race, ethnicity, sexual identity, gender, social justice or community service. First time innovative programs are especially encouraged. Please email Daniel Meyers at email@example.com for more information.
The Office of the University Chaplain is accepting applications for co-sponsorship from recognized student groups for Spring 2014. The rolling application application submission for the OUC Co-Sponsorship Fund begins on Tuesday, January 21 and ends on Tuesday, February 11. One representative from each of the collaborating groups must meet with the Office of the University Chaplain for a joint meeting, at least 48-hours prior to submission, to discuss the proposal and each group's role in producing the event.
All applications must be submitted ten-business days prior to your proposed event. Only completed applications will be considered. No project will be funded retroactively.
202 Earl Hall
2980 Broadway MC 2008
New York, NY 10027
Earl Hall: Monday to Friday,
9am to 5pm
telephone: (212) 854-6242
fax: (212) 854-0233
St. Paul's Chapel: Monday to Friday,
10am to 5pm
telephone: (212) 854-1487
fax: (212) 854-6577