Engineering & Science


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.

Art of Engineering for First-Year Students (youtube video)

Learn about the five pillars of the Art of Engineering course for first-year Columbia Engineering students.

Engineering Professor Hosts TV Show

Mechanical Engineering Professor and former Astronaut Mike Massimino, SEAS '84, hosts the series "The Planets" on Science Channel.

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awarded in spring 2019 for unpaid or low-paid internships, research and volunteer opportunities

New Interdisciplinary Science Hub at Columbia Now Open

The Jerome L. Greene Science Center, home to the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, opened on Columbia's new Manhattanville campus in fall of 2017.

President's Statement on the University's Sustainability Principles

President Lee C. Bollinger reveals the institution's new sustainability principles during a period of active discussion about whether the University should divest its endowment holdings in some or all fossil fuel companies.

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Faculty Q&A with Assistant Professor of Statistics

John Cunningham's research integrates machine learning, a fairly new and rapidly growing field of data science and artificial intelligence, with neuroscience.

Columbia Undergraduates Host 'Spaceposium'

The Columbia Space Initiative hosted their second-annual "Spaceposium" to share their creations aimed at furthering space exploration.