Alexander Cooley talks about his new book Exit from Hegemony: The Unraveling of the American Global Order, which examines the evolution of the American international system since the end of World War II to Donald Trump's presidency.
The news of the last several months has prompted the duPont-Columbia University Awards to extend its deadline for submissions.
The move came after outcry from colleges, universities, students, and other educational organizations.
Columbia Journalism School announced the latest winners of the Maria Moors Cabot Prize for journalists over their careers for outstanding reporting on the Americas.
Coronavirus revealed the unprecedented and overdue need to further refine care delivery, re-evaluate hospital policies and protocols, and overhaul traditional workforce hierarchies.
A Columbia study provides a blueprint for the use of genomics to help combat climate change.
Columbia Law School’s Human Rights Institute hosted a series of events that explored COVID-19’s foreseen threats and strategies to advance justice.
Columbia will engage in not just programs and initiatives, but in a true community-wide effort to remedy deep injustices.
We’ve always needed free flowing public health information, but the coronavirus pandemic has made that need more urgent.
Researchers and physicians from the Mailman School of Public Health and Columbia University Irving Medical Center weigh in on what we have learned so far about the novel coronavirus.
Research on the origins of gold and other heavy metals garners the nation's largest unrestricted scientific prize for young scientists.
After eight years away, I returned to clinical practice to join my nursing colleagues at the frontline.
Although there is no substitute for physical presence, virtual connection has unlocked new ways for international students to communicate with their academic partners amid the pandemic.
A professor in engineering (with a long family history of gardening) finds a small, empty plot of land on campus and grows a lush garden.
A physician who once dreamed of freezing time to savor life's richest moments learns in the pandemic that pause is unnatural and paralyzing.
Van Jones and Michael Nutter engage in a lively discussion at this year’s David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum at SIPA.
As part of an ongoing series, Columbia scholars Christopher L. Brown, Eric Foner, Stephanie McCurry, and Bailey Yellen, discuss the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Justice Lab’s Vincent Schiraldi talks to Columbia News about the center’s work that is featured in a new Human Rights Watch and ACLU report.
The 2020 Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity have been selected from across the United States and South Africa and they will join a transnational network of leaders working across issues and geography to end anti-Black racism and white supremacy.
Through sustainability efforts, we raised thousands of dollars for the workers of Bhopal and transformed government policy for the greater good.
Fiction can help frame our responses and serve as a guide for what happens next.
Concerned about relapse and maintaining recovery, practitioners and patients are embracing teletherapy now that face-to-face sessions are less of an option.
Coronavirus has exposed many fault lines in our society. We need to work together to enact change.
Virtual classes can teach future physical therapists important skills, but only through human touch do hands learn to feel and see.