At Columbia's Zuckerman Institute, scientists across disciplines and at all career stages are immersed in an environment meant to drive curiosity, build collaborations and spark transformative discoveries.
Scientists beginning their careers develop the skills and confidence to succeed.
Events and programs bring researchers together to share new ideas, perspectives and discoveries.
Artists, writers, musicians and scholars join our community and spark creative insights.
The Zuckerman Institute strives to create a culture that celebrates diversity, collaboration and our people in an effort to pursue our collective goal of transformative science. As part of this pursuit, ZI encourages its employees, students, and collaborators to create and join clubs, groups, boards, and committees that aim to draw people together around common interests to so that they can share ideas, participate in discussions and/or to enact change within and outside of the Institute and outside of it. To support established clubs, ZI offers administrative resources and financial support. Some of our active groups and clubs include: Zuckerman Trainee Advisory Committee, Visual Computational Neuroscience Journal Club, Zuckerman Motor Club, ZI Gender Inclusion (ZIGI) Group, ZI Board Game Club, ZI Athletics Club (ZIAC), Fly Neuro Meet, Hippocampus Club, Black People Space.