While most of you know whom to talk to and/or where to go with questions or issues, we want to make sure everyone knows that, frequently, the best place to start is in the APAM Department.

Columbia University Ombuds Office

Whether you are a student, faculty member, staff, or member of the alumni, the Ombuds Office offers a confidential place to discuss workplace issues, academic concerns, issues relating to administrative paperwork and process, explanation and interpretation of policies and procedures, and many other issues or concerns

Columbia University Counseling & Psychological Services

Learn more about how Counseling & Psychological Services supports the psychological and emotional well-being of the Columbia campus community.

When issues concern more personal matters or matters that involve other students or a faculty or staff member, please see one of the following people as they are prepared to help you as first-step faculty/administrative mediators. Sometimes just talking - confidentially - is all that's needed. Further, it's been our experience that when we know about problems early on, we can resolve them more easily - and keep an eye on them, and/or direct you to someone else.

Faculty Mediator

Lorenzo Polvani
Professor
Phone: 212-854-7331
Email: lmp@columbia.edu
Office: 216 Mudd

Administrative Mediators

Christina Rohm
Senior External Relations & Event Manager
Phone:212-854-1586
Email: cr2090@columbia.edu
Office: 203 Mudd

Darya Dotsenko
Senior Financial Analyst
Phone: 212-854-7482
Email: ds2783@columbia.edu
Office: 201A Mudd