This page features virtual resources that will allow you to learn more about the program’s curriculum and connect with faculty and current students. Please register online to receive a detailed agenda, links to live webinars, and to join studio reviews.
If you have any additional questions about the event or application process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, October 26, 2020
10:00am Publication of Online Resources
Live Student-led Virtual Tours
Live MARCH & MSAAD Curriculum Overview by Dean Andraos followed by Faculty Q&A
Live Q&A with current students and recent alumni
(All times are Eastern Daylight Time)
Justin Garett Moore
Mabel O. Wilson
Visit the online 2020 End of Year Show to see student work from the Core and Advanced Studios, as well as graduate portfolios from each 2020 MArch graduate.
You can also browse the digital archive for work associated by studio and instructor, or scroll through the MArch program spreads of Abstract 2019, Columbia GSAPP’s annual publication of student work.
Career Services at Columbia GSAPP strives to keep students in touch with the professional world beyond Avery Hall and professionals aware of our excellent students. Career Services organizes events throughout the year including career fairs, workshops, alumni networking events, and panel discussions.
Learn more here.
Eric Bunge and Mimi Hoang
In this ongoing series of podcasts, Dean Amale Andraos speaks with members of the School’s faculty about their work and teaching. See the complete archive of ongoing podcasts on the GSAPP Conversations page.
This Spring, Untapped New York – co-founded by Alumni Board Member Michelle Young (‘12 MS UP) – collaborated with Columbia GSAPP to create a mini-series of podcast episodes designed to welcome incoming students to the GSAPP family.
Throughout the series, we explore architecturally interesting and historic New York City neighborhoods that house Columbia University’s campus and surrounding communities.
Also check out their Spring 2019 feature “Welcome to Manhattanville” in Columbia Magazine.