Representatives of the new coalition will meet with senior administrators on Monday morning to present a set of proposals to improve the way the University handles sexual mis conduct.
The latest minority, women, and local hiring statistics from Columbia show that the University is meeting its goals—but only if a large portion of the work is excluded.
Spectator sat down on Friday with Joe Ienuso, the executive vice president of facilities, to talk about Manhattanville construction progress, the University’s retail corridor, new academic centers, and a host of other issues.
After completing the structure of the science center—the first building on Columbia’s new 17-acre campus—earlier this month, construction workers have moved on to the glassy wall that will enclose the Renzo Piano-designed building.
Columbia needs to make more information about its hiring practices available to the public.
Frustrations over the University’s job offers—and the opportunities, or lack thereof, coming from Columbia’s employment center at Broadway and 125th Street—were at the center of a Monday night meeting hosted by local activist group Coalition to Preserve Community.
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