Engineering & Science
In labs, in partnerships with New York City, and in global fieldwork — research at Columbia is about solving huge problems like climate change and hunger, as well as solving huge mysteries like the origin of the universe. It’s about impacting the world with new technologies, new social media, new ways of looking at the human body, new animation techniques. Getting involved in research here is no Ivory Tower exercise. It’s faculty and students actively working wonders.
Take a walk back through history to see some of the milestones and achievements of The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Sara Sakowitz ‘18SEAS was invited to share her cancer research on camera with Ellen DeGeneres.
This event showcased the work of undergraduate seniors from all Columbia Engineering departments.
Highlights include a timeline of achievements, time capsule presentations, videos, events and memories submitted by students, alumni, and faculty.
Meet Our Students
Professors and students speak about opportunities at Columbia Engineering.
Alvin E. Roth, SEAS ‘71, is second in Columbia Engineering’s history to win the Nobel Prize in Economics.
USA Today covers Entrepreneur Jack Dorsey’s visit to campus, where he encouraged students to pursue careers in technology.
Professors Terry A. Plank and Maria Chudnovsky are among the 23 MacArthur Fellows named for 2012.