Confronting COVID-19 Loss in Harlem
This Columbia World Project aims to reduce COVID-19 related grief in Harlem’s Black community by partnering Columbia researchers with local faith leaders and other community leaders to address intense and pervasive grief that has emerged as a result of the pandemic.
Increasing COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence
This project seeks to increase public confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine. By harnessing the power of data science and artificial intelligence, it will develop evidence-based public messaging that encourages vaccination, in partnership with local public health departments.
Digital Mental Health Care for COVID-19 High-Risk Populations
This project is creating, testing and delivering new digital mental health care tools and supporting sustained access for those who would most benefit from these resources.
Columbia World Projects to Partner on New Pandemic Response Institute
Columbia World Projects is proud to announce that it will partner on a new Pandemic Response Institute (PRI) for New York City to be led by Columbia Mailman School of Public Health. This award builds on Columbia’s robust involvement in the NYC COVID-19 response and grants it a significant role in preparing New York City for future public health emergencies.
Columbia World Projects Holds Kick-Off Event for Confronting COVID-19 Loss in Harlem Project
This new project aims to reduce COVID-19 related grief in Harlem’s Black community by partnering Columbia researchers with local faith leaders and other community leaders to address intense and pervasive grief that has emerged as a result of the pandemic.
Columbia World Projects Publishes Report for Congress on Supporting Minority-Owned Small Businesses
Columbia World Projects published a report on an experts’ roundtable on concrete steps the United States Congress can take to mitigate the disproportionate economic impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on minority-owned small businesses. The report, which summarizes the experts’ roundtable and the specific recommendations put forward by participants, was disseminated to key members of Congress to inform ongoing discussions around legislation.