She comes to the University after 13 years at Carnegie Corporation of New York, where she served, most recently, as Vice President and Chief Investment Officer.
A unified classification of diverse cell types proposed by a Columbia-led team could shed light on how our brains are wired.
Three University researchers have joined a $115 million DOE-funded center that will pioneer quantum technologies that could benefit national security, pharmaceutical development, and more.
When we embrace our roles as the storytellers of COVID inequities and racial Injustice, we can create a cultural awakening and begin to heal.
A summer fellowship program, in conjunction with the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center, was a win-win for MBAs and the community.
The pandemic has destroyed so much, and revealed inequities and injustices. But it has also shed some light on a path toward transformation.
Eleven individuals who are making positive changes in their communities across the globe have been chosen to be a part of the latest cohort of Obama Foundation Scholars.
Professor Denise Cruz created a welcome video and other new digital approaches for her fall semester courses.
The use of technology is not new, but due to underfunding and understaffing it wasn't implemented in nursing homes until the pandemic.
As Columbia labs reopen, scientists talk about the challenges and some surprising benefits, of working remotely and how they are adjusting to the new normal.
Donald Trump’s attacks on the United States postal service are not only unusual, they appear to be undemocratic.
Remote working has changed the transactional nature of work relationships, and brought transparency and closeness otherwise infeasible.
The pandemic challenged our systems with unknowns and the need to social distance, and our ability to communicate and share our courage, skill and tenacity with each other is what got us through as a team.
In his new book, Professor Matthew Hart proposes that many forthcoming novels will take place in spaces that are extraterritorial.
Virtual classes can teach future physical therapists important skills, but only through human touch do hands learn to feel and see.