Columbia Engineering Launches 150th Anniversary Website

Highlights include a timeline of achievements, time capsule presentations, videos, events and memories submitted by students, alumni, and faculty.

Columbia students receive 2014 Presidential Global Fellowships

Funded by a generous grant from President Lee C. Bollinger, the Presidential Global Fellowship program provided funding for 12 first-year undergraduates to participate in a Columbia summer study abroad program.

Men's Basketball Team Wins Second Round in Tournament

Columbia won 69-56 against Eastern Michigan in the Postseason Tournament on Saturday, March 22.

Columbia Alumni Win Academy Awards

Disney's Frozen, written and co-directed by alumna Jennifer Lee (SOA '05), won two Academy Awards—Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song. Alumna Dede Gardner (CC '91) co-produced Best Picture winner 12 Years a Slave, which received nine nominations in all.

Columbia Launches Presidential Global Fellowship

Funded by a generous grant from President Lee C. Bollinger, the Presidential Global Fellowship program is a new opportunity that offers first-year undergraduates the chance to apply for funding for a Columbia summer study abroad program.

Faculty Member Wins 2013 Ditson Conductor’s Award

Jeffrey Milarsky, distinguished musician, scholar, teacher and conductor, is the recipient of the 2013 Ditson Conductor’s Award for the advancement of American music.

Columbia Alumnus Debuts Opera at Met

Nico Muhly, CC’03 composed “Two Boys,” which recently made its American debut. At 32, he is the youngest person to have an opera commissioned by the Met.

Annual Series Brings International Speakers to Campus

President Bollinger hosts the annual World Leaders Forum, and welcomes Presidents from Senegal, Chile, Estonia and more.

Columbians Named 2013 MacArthur Fellows

Donald Antrim, Associate Professor at the School of the Arts and Alumnus Carl Haber (CC '80, GSAS '82, '83, '85) are amongst the honorees for the annual “Genius Grant.”

Founder of Twitter and Square Speaks to Columbia Students

USA Today covers Entrepreneur Jack Dorsey's visit to campus, where he encouraged students to pursue careers in technology.