In Persianate Selves, Professor Mana Kia explores the complex legacy of Persia and Iran.

What does a women-centric future look like, and how do we build communities of care?

Wang is the founder and CEO of an innovative company that manufactures fiberglass doors.

In Machines for Living, Professor Victoria Rosner also considers the relationship between gender and design.

In a letter to the Columbia community, the co-chairs of Columbia's Board of Trustees, Lisa Carnoy and Jonathan Lavine, announced that President Bollinger has agreed to extend his term until the close of the 2023 academic year.

Justin Clarke-Doane asks the big questions in Morality and Mathematics.

Mabel O. Wilson co-designed the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers and co-edited Race and Modern Architecture, among other things.

Zora Neale Hurston is the inspiration for Zora’s Daughters, created by Alyssa James and Brendane Tynes to confront race, politics, and popular culture.

Twisting a monolayer and a bilayer sheet of graphene into a three-layer structure leads to new quantum mechanical states.

In a new book, The Wolf at the Door, realistic policies and strategies are proposed to make lives and communities more secure.

A recent online GSAPP event explores how improving access to historic buildings and sites empowers the disabled.

With the help of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Columbia faculty have harnessed Zoom, CourseWorks, and other digital tools for their remote classrooms. 

This was—and is—an important step in dismantling the “Doctrine of Discovery” that has always plagued the U.S. legal system.

In Critique & Praxis, Professor Bernard E. Harcourt outlines practical steps for how to become an engaged citizenry during the era of COVID, protests, and the presidential election.

The Center for Justice and the Tamer Center have teamed up to teach coding and job skills to individuals who were incarcerated.