Alumnus Deogratias Niyizonkiza Returns Home to Improve Public Health in Burundi

Deogratias Niyizonkiza barely escaped the genocidal war in Burundi in the 1990s to New York’s Central Park, where he slept, and, later, to Columbia’s School of General Studies, Harvard’s school of public health, and Dartmouth’s school of medicine.

Years later, he returned to the small African nation with a big idea. Can he heal what remains?

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Ahead of World Cup, Columbia Economist Leads the Way for U.S. Soccer

A senior lecturer in Columbia’s economics department, Sunil Gulati is president of the U.S. Soccer Federation, which oversees soccer at all levels across the country. He was also recently elected to the executive committee of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), soccer's international governing body.

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Columbia Professors Help Illuminate the Crisis in Ukraine

Ever since the anti-government protests broke out late last year in Ukraine’s capital city of Kiev, many journalists in the U.S. and abroad have turned to Columbia’s faculty to provide insight and essential context on the tangled history and politics of the region.

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