Armstrong is the Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Studies in the Social Sciences at Columbia and the author of five books on the two countries.
An accomplished group of 12 rising social change-makers from around the world has been selected as the first class of Obama Foundation Scholars at Columbia University.
Columbia Technology Ventures nurtures laboratories and startups across Columbia's campuses, sparking innovative research and technologies.
This summer the Wallach Art Gallery features art that looks to the Caribbean islands and challenges traditional geographic and conceptual boundaries.
Katherine Franke, a law professor gender and sexuality studies, discusses the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case.
On May 8, President Donald J. Trump announced that the U.S. would be pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal. Richard Nephew, a senior research scholar at Columbia’s Center on Global Energy Policy, discusses the potential consequences.
Mark Mazower, history professor and director of the Heyman Center for the Humanities, has covered international developments on either side of World War II. In his latest book, 'What You Did Not Tell: A Russian Past and the Journey Home,' he turns his scholar’s eye closer to home.
The center, which will be based on the Morningside Heights campus, is named for the late Sakıp Sabancı, a philanthropist and businessman
The nomination will ensure equity, fairness, and accountability in algorithms consistent with the “data for good” mission of Columbia’s Data Science Institute.
Meredith Howard is a director in the marketing department of Columbia University Press. She oversees publicity, advertising, and media relations for books that “range from specialized monographs with a limited readership to books for a general audience that have good scholarly bones.”
Founded in 1958, and originally known as the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, it is the oldest center for electro-acoustic music in the United States.