In a new book, Professor Mark C. Taylor explores what happens when technology and artificial intelligence create revolutionary medical treatments.

Even though his adventure was unexpectedly shortened, a master's student feels fortunate for his time at Columbia and in New York.

The Master of Arts in Climate and Society is moving from its home in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Scholars speak about early print resources, Greek music, and amulet scrolls at the annual Norman E. Alexander Lecture in Jewish Studies at Columbia Libraries.

In her new book, Professor Ruth DeFries shares strategies from the natural world that can help us chart a path forward in these uncertain times.

A Columbia Law School student chronicles her term in Shanghai and the opportunity it presents to her, even though she's eager to see Alma Mater.

Eighteen students from around the world will attend the University through the program, which is administered by the Columbia Global Centers.

In an open letter to the president-elect, Columbia’s president says that “costly and consequential” federal policies have damaged American universities’ ability to attract top academic talent from around the globe.

An interactive GSAPP workshop charts a path for Columbia’s role in advancing environmental and climate equity in New York’s neighborhoods.

António Guterres outlined the stakes of the climate change crisis in stark terms in a conversation with Columbia University's Maureen Raymo.

It’s a long way from Avery Hall and those caffeine-fueled all-nighters.

University Professor Nabila El-Bassel finds connections with her work during the HIV/AIDS crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Julissa Reynoso Pantaleón, who is also Columbia Law School graduate, has traveled the path from humble beginnings in the Dominican Republic to the upper echelons of diplomatic service.

Scholars discuss recent immigration issues, xenophobia, and state violence in a department of history webinar.

A SIPA professor reflects on everything from watching the migration of humpback whales to online teaching for students whose locations span 15 time zones.