Students are using Columbia’s Rare Book & Manuscript Library to create new scholarship in African American and African Diaspora Studies.
Marcel Agüeros founded a Columbia program to increase the number of minority students earning a Ph.D. in the STEM disciplines.
This three-night art installation, which includes a discussion with the artist, is part of the University’s Year of Water.
While the rate of Eastern Equine Encephalitis is unusually high this year, more worrisome is the link to a warming climate and what it could signal for the future.
Sociology Professors Adam Reich and Peter Bearman are honored for their book examining the obstacles and opportunities low-wage workers face at such places like Walmart and how the modern workplace contributes to debates on social and economic justice, labor and inequality.
Based on an artifact in the Libraries’ collections and a historic campus event, the inside-outside exhibition aims to foster conversations about representation at universities.
Courts play an important role in protecting freedom of expression and in investigating the murder of journalists like Jamal Khashoggi.
Join Columbia University as it embarks on two semesters of art, lectures, concerts and research focused on Earth’s most precious resource.
Children bring more magic to the page, she finds.
Who's on his dream team to tackle today’s most pressing issues? An alien.