Columbia's joint conference in Istanbul last week is one step toward securing important relationships before opening a global center in Turkey.
To celebrate the launch of Columbia’s newest Global Center in Paris, University President Lee Bollinger and several dozen Columbia alumni, administrators, and faculty members put on their best attire for a cocktail party at the Hotel Ritz Paris.
Raphael Graybill, CC '10, won the Rhodes Scholarship this year.
The retired professor died of cancer at age 83. "He was a genius, a crank, and a curmudgeon, but also a softie..."
While the University suffered significant losses as a result of the economic downturn, not all the reported figures were cause for concern.
New provost Claude Steele has been "speed-dating" the deans.
Bollinger likes it when you call him "PrezBo."
Senior Executive Vice President Robert Kasdin attributed the slowdown in the endowment's losses to "stronger market conditions."
Spectator talks to Feniosky Peña-Mora, the new dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Shortly after moving in from Ithaca, philosophy professor and new Columbia College Dean Michele Moody-Adams sat down with Spectator’s Alexa Davis for an exclusive interview on her transition to Columbia from Cornell, love of spicy food, and her thoughts on being the first African American and woman to hold her post.
May 17, 11:47pm
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