Fourteen Barnard students celebrated their scientific achievements on Wednesday night, presenting the results of their yearlong research internships at the 22nd annual Student Research Symposium Wednesday evening.
The K=1 Criticality Project, or K1, lead by physics professor Emlyn Hughes, GSAS ’87, and chemistry professor Ivana Hughes, is a student think tank focused on nuclear energy and nuclear weapons.
Twelve first years from Columbia College, the School of General Studies, and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences were awarded Presidential Global Fellowships last week, and will head to places ranging from the Brazilian rainforest to Venice, Italy.
Six Columbia professors were among the recipients of this year’s John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowships.
Researchers at the School of Engineering and Applied Science are really shaking things up with their custom-designed shake table to simulate earthquakes.
About 80 students attended the MSA’s Fast-a-thon on Thursday night to benefit Islamic Relief, one of many charities currently working to bring humanitarian aid to children in Syria who have been displaced by violence and political upheaval.
Carrying on the spirit of Emily Gregory, a Barnard professor and a pioneering woman in science, biology professor Jennifer Mansfield has been named this year’s Emily Gregory Award recipient.
Estakio Beltran will graduate from the School of International and Public Affairs this spring, and his next stop may be Congress—if the votes are in his favor.
Katie Bentivoglio, CC ’13, is one of the newest junior fellows at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Despite the time constraints of 24-credit course loads and extracurricular obligations, many SEAS students still manage to set aside time for research.
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