Notable Speakers and Remarkable Graduates Highlight 2011 University Commencement
- Lisa Phillips Davis, 1976 B.A., Barnard College
- Susan K. Feagin, 1974 B.A., School of General Studies
- Margot H. Jaffe, D.D.S., 1980 D.D.S., 1981 D.M., 1985 D.M., College of Dental Medicine
- Gertrude G. "G.G." Michelson, 1947 LL.B., Columbia Law School
- Mark Albert Momjian, 1983 B.A., Columbia College, 1986 J.D., Columbia Law School
- Daniel V. Schiavello, 1975 B.S., 1976 M.S., Engineering and Applied Science
- Neil L. Selinger, Esq., 1975 B.A., Columbia College
- Kaspar F. Speckle, 1964 M.B.A., Columbia Business School
- Jian Ni “Nina” Sun, 2001 M.I.A., School of International and Public Affairs
- Dale Chakarian Turza, 1974 M.A., Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
- Martha G. Welch, M.D., 1971 M.D., College of Physicians and Surgeons
- Mary Sheila S. Coronel, Toni Stabile Professor of Professional Practice in Investigative Journalism, Columbia Journalism School
- Kenneth B. Frampton, Ware Professor of Architecture, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
- Richard A. Korb, senior lecturer, Department of Germanic Languages
- Richard Locke, professor of professional practice in writing, School of the Arts
- Jill S. Shapiro, lecturer, Department of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology
Columbia mourns the death of Mark Becker, associate director at the Earth Institute's Center for International Science Information Network, who was killed in a traffic accident last week. Visit this page for more information.
Professor Pamela Smith has been named the Seth Low Professor of History and Volker Berghahn has become the Seth Low Professor Emeritus of History.
Professor Adam Sobel won a two-year, $341,600 AXA Award in Climate and Extreme Weather from the AXA Research Fund. Sobel will use the funds to study the local dynamics and global patterns of extreme weather events.