The seminar chair appoints a rapporteur who, under the direction of the chair, performs all the duties required by the central office and the seminar. Rapporteurs are graduate students; on occasion undergraduates may serve as rapporteurs provided their appointment has first been approved by The University Seminars Director. Only rapporteurs who are full-time students at Columbia, Barnard, or Teachers College can receive a stipend.
Each seminar has its own internal structure. In some seminars, the responsibilities normally associated with the rapporteur’s position may be shared with the chair or another member of the seminar. The University Seminars office, however, considers the rapporteur to be the seminar liaison, and expects the rapporteur to perform certain tasks and prescribed by the Rapporteur Guidelines and Procedures document.
If you are a first-time rapporteur, please go to the New Rapporteur page for more on how to get started.
Timesheet Policy - Fall 2013
Timesheet Policy – Spring 2014
NEW! Sample Timesheet
NEW! Blank Timesheet
|10/18/2013||Allan Rosenfield Building, Rm 532-B (722 W. 168th Street)
The Evolution of the Injury Prevention Center at Connecticut Children's Medical Center/Hartford Hospital
Gary Lapidus, Connecticut Children's Medical Center/Hartford Hospital
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