Past winners discuss the importance of the media, the stories behind their most powerful pieces and how journalists need to reach those who doubt the facts.
Students will not only be ‘immersed in a wide range of cultures and experiences,' said Lisa Rosen-Metsch, Dean of the School of General Studies, 'but will also make an immense contribution to the Columbia undergraduate classroom.’
Administered by the Columbia Global Centers, this scholarship will provide support for up to 30 students annually to receive tuition, housing and living assistance while pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees across all 18 Columbia schools and affiliate institutions.
The Nobel laureate is spending the fall semester as the Alliance Visiting Professor at Sciences Po, where he was recently honored with Doctor Honoris Causa. His latest book People, Power and Profits is now available in French.
'Too often obscured within the beauty of Columbia’s historic Morningside campus is the inherent challenge of accessing buildings constructed a century ago,' said David M. Greenberg, the executive vice president of Facilities and Operations. That's changing.
Michel de Montaigne and Francois Rabelais would get dinner invites from the historian whose work has addressed the history of Britain, the power of art, revolutionary politics and more.
Columbia researchers suggest radiation that lights the densest objects in our universe is powered by the interplay of turbulence and reconnection of super-strong magnetic fields.
Magdalena Baczewska, director of Columbia’s Music Performance Program, performs chamber music with the Cassatt String Quartet.
Her students constantly inspire her, as does living and working in New York.
Why do we tap our feet or dance in time to the beat?
A Thanksgiving quiz stuffed with Columbia news, including student recommendations on climate change and the date for the big tree lighting on Morningside.
Based on her years in the music industry, Regan Sommer McCoy spent much of her time at Columbia combing through archives and learning programming language so she could build a mixtape database.
Robert Shapiro, a professor and former chair of the Department of Political Science, frames Joe Biden's presidential path to the 2020 election.