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About - Columbia Public Policy Review

About

The Columbia Public Policy Review is the School of International and Public Affairs’ nonpartisan student run publication that features critical and evidence-based policy analysis on today’s most pressing global and domestic policy challenges. We promote the development of key policy analysis, research, and writing skills across our student community through frequent publications, workshops, and events that bring together students, faculty, policy experts, and practitioners.

The Columbia Public Policy Review, also known as CPPR, was established in 2015 to provide a forum for students to discuss and analyze public policy issues of global, national, and local importance that matter to the Columbia student community.

For years, CPPR has hosted events relevant to a particular policy issue, while also providing an online forum to enable dialogue about the same.

The idea was to create a journal that was less formal and more like a magazine—something appealing, something that students could contribute to, something open-ended that would encourage dialogue on campus.

We want students to view the CPPR website as a place for submissions on a continuous basis. In the meantime, please feel free to explore our website and follow us on social media:


2021 Editorial Board

President/Editor-in-Chief

  • Dylan Glickel

Managing Editor

  • Roger Tejada

Vice President

  • Emily Kerman

Events and Partnerships Chair

  • Nayab Khan