About


The Columbia Public Policy Review connects students and experts at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs and the wider Columbia community to the public policy debate in the United States and the world via online, events, and an annual print journal.

The Columbia Public Policy Review, also known as CPPR, was established as a student group at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in 2015 to provide a forum for students to discuss and analyze public policy issues. Founders envisioned a forum for discussing 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‚ÄĒsomething 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.


The Board

President:
 Amna Akhtar



Vice President: 
Asha Jyothi



Editor-in-Chief:
Anuradha Agrawala



Managing Editor for Digital and Communications Chair:
Mia Therese Jamili


Director of Events: 
Dan Poniachik