Research

Erin Conlon

GSAS students engage in innovative research that advances knowledge in the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. Your professional apprenticeship under a Columbia faculty member and the experience of conducting scholarly research are foundational elements of your graduate education. The university has developed institutional policies regarding research at Columbia and offers a number of resources that will facilitate your research endeavors.

Research Toolkit
GSAS Resources

External Fellowships

Applying for external fellowships can aid both in clarifying the aims of a research project and in the cultivation of grant-writing skills.

Conducting Research Abroad

Columbia students conducting research abroad must register with International SOS, an emergency services program.

Internal Fellowships

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences administers a number of fellowships internally.
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