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Columbia Surgeons Perform Rare Pediatric Artificial Heart Replacement

It was the first time the procedure was performed in the northeastern United States.

Isabel Huacuja Alonso’s “Radio for the Millions” traces the vitality of the medium in South Asia during the 20th century.

New York was one of several cities that allocated more public spaces for physical activity and recreation during the pandemic. 

A device that uses ultrasound to calm nerves in kidneys may be able to help some people get their blood pressure under control.

Browse these titles for everything from parenting advice to the life of a Hollywood pioneer and the stories of refugees in America.

Sophomore takes down reigning national champion in the Ramsay Cup final.

The Lions erased a 12-point deficit in the second half to earn a share of the conference title.

Commencement volunteers are integral to pulling off the university's largest event celebrating our graduates, and after 20+ years of service, Dave Roberts has some stories to tell. 

Columbia computer scientists are working with the Toyota Research Institute to make advanced home robots a reality.

The funding will spur scientific breakthroughs at Columbia University that transform clinical care and grow the ranks of talented early career researchers.

Columbia faculty reflect on the promises and perils of artificial intelligence and how it will shape the future.

Gareth Williams’ new book explains why the classic poem is just right for our times.

From science to engineering, writing to social sciences, here are the Columbians who received awards recently.

On February 28, five Columbia dining halls competed fiercely for the titles of Judges' Choice and People's Choice with dishes inspired by the New York City boroughs.

A new study sheds light on the significant role food systems will play in future global warming, and what can be done about it.

Columbia researchers have created a sort of  “bacterial suicide squad” that targets tumors.

When making decisions, we rely on different kinds of memory. How does the brain decide which to use?

Her talk was part of a conference honoring the late Robert Jervis and his influence on the U.S. intelligence community. 

El-Sadr, the recently appointed executive vice president for Columbia Global, discusses the university's worldwide portfolio.

Researchers have found that two groups of dogs living within the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone had significant genetic differences.

Christopher Munsell designs development finance classes that emphasize sustainability and affordability.

Lessons learned could help mitigate impact in future public health emergencies.


Art historian Subhashini Kaligotla encourages her students to look at both the words and the pictures of South Asia.

In his new book, Brian Kulick looks to everyone from Euripides to Ibsen for the answer.

A new study shows that a negative effect on adolescent mental health has persisted up to two years into the COVID-19 pandemic. 

One ship will be named after Marie Tharp, a Columbia geologist and oceanographer who drew the first modern maps of ocean floors.

Brenda Jones Harden shares her journey from working in New York City's child welfare system to becoming a researcher and professor of social work.

A Columbia lab has identified how interactions between developing sensory cells help flies discern different sensory inputs.

A new paper paves the way for better detection and prevention of certain precancerous changes in the esophagus and stomach.

A March 27 Rare Book and Manuscript Library discussion will focus on recently uncovered materials from the Zosa Szajkowski Archive.

Faculty continue to assess the impact of COVID-19 and identify ways to prevent the next pandemic.

This partnership with an HBCU creates wide-ranging opportunities for faculty, students, and the broader institutions.

Columbia Engineers explore the benefits and drawbacks of 3D-printed food technology.

The prize recognizes his extraordinary contributions to protecting and improving the public’s health. 

From science to engineering, writing to social sciences, here are the Columbians who received awards recently.

Black and low-income Americans would likely reap the most benefits from regulations on fine particulate air pollutants.

Starting on March 29, the National Labor Relations Board will conduct a mail ballot election to allow Columbia’s Resident Advisers to determine whether they wish to be represented by the Columbia University Residential Adviser (CURA) Collective for purposes of collective bargaining.

Zayd Ayers Dohrn discusses his family’s radical legacy with Jamal Joseph and Carol Becker.

Victor LaValle’s “Lone Women” portrays a sisterhood in the early-20th-century American West.

The following is the text of the letter Gerald M. Rosberg sent to the CURA Collective on February 20, 2023.

The following is the text of an email sent to Columbia College and Columbia Engineering Resident Advisers with the subject line "Following up – Tuesday's announcement" on July 29, 2022.

Scientists quickly pronounced the heat wave unprecedented. A new paper offers proof that it really was.

Anocha Suwichakornpong is now a professor at School of the Arts, where she earned her MFA in film.

The following is the text of an email sent to Columbia College and Columbia Engineering Resident Advisors with the subject line "Policy change for Resident Adviser Compensation" on July 26, 2022.

The following is the text of the letter CURA Collective sent to President Lee C. Bollinger and the Columbia University Board of Trustees on February 13, 2023.

Courtney Bender and Matthew Engelke lend their expertise to “City of Faith,” which examines New York’s secular image.

March 31 marks International Transgender Day of Visibility, and Columbia News has gathered resources and readings on Columbia’s trans changemakers and allies.

It was the first time the procedure was performed in the northeastern United States.

Carr's current work explores how galaxies' atmosphere keeps them from forming too many stars.

Columbia's chefs, social workers, and climate scientists had a busy month in March. Test your knowledge of the latest news stories across the university!

What he established is a university that brings together researchers and clinicians from across disciplines and campuses to address the challenges facing society.

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