Aiming to bridge resource gap for students of color, minority faculty shoulder unofficial advising roles
Chaya Crowder, CC ’14, first met political science professor Fredrick Harris when he advised her on summer research her sophomore year.
For the first time in its history, women make up 49 percent of the School of Engineering and Applied Science’s first-year class—a level of diversity achieved by few of SEAS’ peers—but that equity has lagged among SEAS’ 16 percent female faculty, hitting some departments particularly hard....
The University Senate voted unanimously on Friday to postpone for the second time its vote on the Report on Academic Freedom, pushing it to the Senate’s next meeting on Dec. 8....
Columbia’s Knight First Amendment Institute sued the Trump administration to release documents describing how the government reviews the social media accounts of potential immigrants to the United States....
University President Lee Bollinger discussed the impact of the Manhattanville expansion and limits to Columbia’s response to the end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals at the first fireside chat of the year Wednesday evening....
Molree Williams-Lendor, Barnard’s executive director for equity and Title IX coordinator, assured students at the Barnard Student Government Association meeting on Monday that Barnard’s discrimination and harassment policies will remain the same despite changes to federal sexual assault guidelines....
Student-Worker Solidarity advocated for Barnard College to join the Worker Rights Consortium at the Student Government Association’s Monday meeting.