A new study addresses the question of whether people with both HIV and mpox would have worse treatment outcomes.

Columbia University today announced the 2023 Pulitzer Prizes, awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board.

New research outlines a revolutionary approach for vulnerable populations to more easily receive welfare benefits. 

The school is using a multi-pronged approach to build a stronger mental health safety net.

With Commencement, class days, and general graduation festivities around the corner, here's who we expect to speak to our graduates in celebration of their accomplishments.

The AI Institute for ARtificial and Natural Intelligence (ARNI) will ignite advances in AI and neuroscience.

Mailman School of Public Health students offered input on a policy proposal that is now the basis of the Smart Sentencing Adjustments Act.

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

From fiction to nonfiction, history to polemics, it's all here in these volumes.

A study of U.S. adults found that those who attended higher-quality high schools had better cognitive function decades later.

Counterintuitively, seas were rising around Greenland as it went through a cold period centuries ago.

Columbia engineers have designed a robot hand that uses sensing technology and machine-learning techniques to manipulate objects.

What do a former Speaker of the House, the Large Hadron Collider, and a bird of prey all have in common? They all feature in this month's Columbia News Quiz. Test your knowledge of the latest news stories across the university!

Anthony Fauci was awarded the Mailman School's Frank A. Calderone Prize, the most prestigious honor in public health.

The Zuckerman Institute's Joseph Gogos, a co-director of the new center, discusses its goals.