Here's what happens when a pandemic occurs and you live halfway around the world.
Military life has prepared Samuel Kim for nearly everything, even uncertainty in a time of the coronavirus.
Columbia Engineering's senior class president reminisces about everything that Columbia has represented for him.
Dmitri Basov, Angela M. Christiano, Andrew Millis, Molly Przeworski and Lorraine S. Symington were elected by their peers in recognition of their outstanding achievements in research.
Professor Michael Cole's new book, "Sofonisba's Lesson," illuminates the work of an artist ahead of her time.
For this graduate, a virtual commencement will honor both past and future family generations.
Aury García is a graduate of Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons who grew up in Washington Heights dreaming of the day that has finally come.
Columbia University announced the 2020 Pulitzer Prizes, awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board.
In this first installment, two doctors and a nurse, all members of Columbia’s faculty, tell us what they’re witnessing and what worries them during the COVID-19 crisis.
This week journalists, parents of graduates and NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center workers are receiving well-deserved praise for their sacrifices. Test your knowledge of the latest developments at the University.
The University-wide volunteer program, which teaches K-12 children studying at home due to COVID-19, is expanding nationwide and will include more subjects and college prep.
Responses will allow researchers to understand the impact on those most directly affected by the crisis and learn how to best address their needs.
With an international perspective, he has designs on everything from clouds to a Lebanon greenhouse.
Tola Oniyangi aims to pursue her work in architecture and urban planning.
Tracy Võ wants to raise awareness of health issues that disproportionately affect Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
Meet Janine Inez, a School of Nursing graduate who wants to use her passion for writing and filmmaking to help others.
Meet Stefan Sykes, a Columbia Journalism School graduate who hopes to report on difficult issues after learning so much in a “Race and Journalism” class.
Sorry for Your Trouble, his fourteenth work of fiction, is “a book of short stories about Irish Americans—or, Americans in Ireland.”
Jeffrey Fralick is among the first students to graduate from Columbia's sustainability science master’s program.
David Treatman, one of the youngest Broadway producers ever, embarks on reinventing the bright lights of Broadway and live entertainment on and off stage.
Brian Anderson, a former Green Beret will use his degree from the School of Social Work to help other veterans cope with life post-deployment.
Nursing school graduate Eytan Israelov delivers free meals from his family’s restaurant to hospitals across New York City.
American children are going hungry. Increasing access to SNAP benefits could help feed them.
The new Fellowship class of 15 scholars, writers and artists will begin their residencies at the Paris Institute in January 2021.
For Jenna Kirschner, an MBA defined by community and global immersion has prepared her well for the future.
Mike Smith, a sociology major, is a record-holding point guard for Columbia's men's basketball team. After graduation, Smith will set out to University of Michigan for his graduate studies.
The prestigious award supports top-tier researchers at U.S. universities whose work is of strategic importance to the Department of Defense.
Columbia astronomer uses Bayesian statistics to shed light on how extraterrestrial life might evolve in alien worlds.
In this week's News Quiz, we're focused on Ideas and Imagination, a looming environmental crisis, and tutoring for essential workers’ K-12 children.
With detentions and delays behind him, political science major Qutaiba Idlbi is determined to bring political transition and justice to Syria.
Following the University ceremony, former Vice President Joe Biden will address the Law School and award-winning actor John Turturro will speak to School of the Arts graduates.
Chichi Ikwuazom, a psychology major and aspiring orthopedist, is the 2019 Ivy League Volleyball Player of the Year.
Maryam Hassan, a Middle Eastern Studies major, is the women’s track and field team captain and an accomplished sports photographer for Columbia Athletics.
Every dollar donated to the fund through the Medical Center Neighborhood Fund and the Columbia Community Service Food Relief Project will be used to support the program.
An MFA Writing student remembers the double lung transplant that saved her–and so much more.
Finance experts Wally Adeyemo and Glenn Hubbard discuss how the U.S. can navigate the economic crisis and the role universities can play in assisting local communities.
Two healthcare workers recall their experiences on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic. One witnessed how race factors into outcomes and the other had to alter the way she interacts with patients.
Dmitri Basov will use the award to develop experimental techniques that could lead to revolutionary applications in electronics, computing energy technology and medical devices.
In this week's News Quiz, the Summer Ideas Exchange and other University initiatives are intellectually engaging our community from their homes and a Columbia surgeon sings to mark his recovery from COVID-19.