Columbia News

Tony-Winning Alumnus Works on New Musical

Tony-winning composer Tom Kitt ’96CC was recently featured on NY1, sharing an exclusive look at his new musical, “Superhero.”

Two Senior Design Projects Lead to Biotech Startups

Two separate teams of undergraduate Biomedical Engineering students won a national competition for funding to turn their Senior Design Projects into companies.

New Interdisciplinary Science Hub at Columbia Set to Open this Fall

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

Lina Puerta's Miller Theatre Commission

Colombian-American artist Lina Puerta shares a piece from her “Botánico Series” as the latest installation in Miller Theatre’s lobby.

Columbia Athlete Reflects on Gold Medal Experience

Emily Surloff ’19CC, a member of the Columbia University Women’s Basketball team, participated in the Maccabiah games this summer in Israel and reflects on her experiences and what it is like to win gold.

Columbia Alum Discusses Medical Career as New York Yankees Team Doctor

Former Columbia Men’s soocer All-Ivy League honoree and current New York Yankees team physician Christopher Amhad is featured in the latest Columbia Magazine.

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Explore team rosters, schedules, stats, and more from your favorite Columbia Lions varsity sports teams!

Heavyweight, Lightweight Rowers Named to IRA Academic Team

A total of 19 members of the Columbia heavyweight and lightweight rowing teams earned 2017 Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) All-Academic Team honors.

Men's Basketball Picks Up NABC Team Academic Excellence Award

The Columbia men’s basketball program received The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Team Academic Excellence Award. These awards recognize outstanding academic achievement by a team with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better for the 2016-17 season.

Applications Available for Fall 2018 Admission

The Common Application and the Coalition Application for Fall 2018 admission are now live for first-year applicants.

Explore Columbia's Undergraduate Student Publications

Science students have the opportunity to contribute to various student publications that strive to increase knowledge and awareness of science and technology in the Columbia community.

The New Yorker Visits Columbia's Making and Knowing Lab

The New Yorker visits Columbia’s Making and Knowing Lab where science historians conduct alchemy-era experiments to better understand the scientific revolution.

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.

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.

Columbia Undergraduates Compete on 'America's Greatest Makers'

Brendon and Mira were runners up in the show’s first season for their project, HandsON, which is a sensor-enhanced glove that translates American Sign Language into text and voice.

Columbia Chemists Find Key to Manufacturing More Efficient Solar Cells

A new discovery by Columbia scientists could have profound implications for future energy policy. See how Professor Xiaoyang Zhu and his team manufacture solar cells in an entirely new way.

Engineering Professor Releases His Memoirs of Space Travel

Mechanical Engineering Professor and former Astronaut Mike Massimino, SEAS ‘84, released “Spaceman: An Astronaut’s Unlikely Journey to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe” in October 2016.

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