Passionate about sustainability? Interested in studying climate change and environmental policy after graduation? Columbia University’s Earth Institute blends research in the physical and social sciences, education and practical solutions to help guide the world onto a path toward sustainability.
The people who make up the Earth Institute are earth scientists, economists, business and policy experts, specialists in public health and law, researchers, teachers and students. The institute comprises more than two dozen research centers and several hundred people who collaborate across many disciplines and schools at the university.
In this session, Earth Institute program manager Avantika Goswami will shed light on some of its graduate program offerings, both at the Master's and Ph.D. level. Some of these programs include: M.S. in Sustainability Management, M.P.A. in Environmental Science and Policy, M.A. in Climate and Society, M.P.H. or Ph.D. in Environmental Health Sciences, M.A. in Conservation Biology, M.S. in Earth Resources Engineering, Ph.D. in Sustainable Development, Ph.D./Eng.Sc.D. in Earth and Environmental Engineering and Ph.D. in Ecological and Evolutionary Biology.
Join us for a weekend celebration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. beginning with an interfaith service led by the Rev. Timothy Jones '04 on Friday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. in Chapin Chapel.
The Amherst Musical presents the satirical musical comedy Urinetown. With music and lyrics by Mark Hollmann and book by Greg Kotis, Urinetown narrates the tale of a group of young rebels banded together against an oppressive capitalist system.
Set in a world where a corporation has outlawed the use of private bathrooms and charges people to use public amenities, Urinetown raises questions on the nature of limited resources and unlimited wants while highlighting a seemingly unsolvable problem that is arguably more relevant today than ever before. In the show, anyone found breaking the law against the use of private bathrooms is exiled to the mysterious and secretive Urinetown, never to be seen again. However, Bobby, a lowly janitor at Public Amenity #9, falls madly in love with corporate tycoon Cladwell’s sincere and well-intentioned daughter, Hope, and must sort out where his true beliefs lie. Constantly facing political corruption, Officer Lockstock’s brutal police force and Caldwell B. Cladwell’s greedy corporate dominance, Bobby and the rebellion must fight for their freedom to consume the town’s water supply as they please.
Tickets are FREE for Five College students and staff, $15 for adults and $10 for seniors and children under 12. Reserve your tickets.
Part of the proceeds of our production will go towards the international nonprofit foundation “Water for People” which helps people in rural parts of developing countries achieve greater access to drinkable water and sanitation facilities.
Haydn: String Quartet in G minor, Op 74, No 3 ("Rider")
Mozart: String Quartet in D Minor, K. 421
Bartók: String Quartet No. 5, Sz. 102, BB 110
Founded in 1946, the ever-evolving Juilliard String Quartet has become a living American legend. Widely known as the “quintessential American string quartet,” the Juilliard has been recognized for the boldness of its interpretation of the classics, with an equal and parallel tradition of championing the new — a vibrant combination of the familiar and the daring. The Quartet’s sound is famously characterized by clarity of structure, compelling rhythmic drive and an extraordinary unanimity of purpose, no matter the work at hand.
"The Juilliard’s bracing, rhythmically adept performance evoked a mechanism of interlocking parts, meticulously built to create a single, strong gesture." --The Boston Globe
Single event tickets go on sale two weeks before each performance:
Please use the online service at no extra charge, where you will be able to see which seats are available for you. Tickets will be at the evening box office for you after you purchase:
General Public: $28
Senior Citizens (65+) and Amherst College Employees: $22
Students, with valid ID: $12
Free Amherst Student Rush tickets are available when the box office opens an hour before showtime.
Tickets are nonrefundable, and programs and dates are subject to change. Buckley Recital Hall has limited wheelchair-accessible seating.
For further information, please contact the Concert Office at (413) 542-2195 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A complete list of upcoming events can be found on the Amherst College Music Department website at www.amherst.edu/go/music.