Columbia University Science and Engineering Master Classes

These programs give you the unique opportunity to learn first-hand why some of the world’s most accomplished students with an interest in engineering and science choose to study with Columbia faculty.

Women's Tennis Earns First Ivy League Title

The team is 6-1 after recent victories against Penn and Princeton.

Faculty Members Awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced the 2013 Guggenheim Fellows in April, including eight Columbia professors.

Prime Minister of the Republic of Haiti to Speak at Columbia

Laurent Lamothe delivered an address as part of the World Leaders Forum series. The event was streamed live on April 22nd.

Columbia Global Center Opens in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Columbia Global Centers promote and facilitate international collaborations, research projects, academic programming and study abroad.

World Leaders Forum Event on Future of Europe

The discussion featured speakers including George Soros and Joseph E. Stiglitz, University Professor and Co-Chair, Committee on Global Thought.

Student Performing Arts Group Featured in Magazine

Columbia Ballet Collaborative will appear in the March issue of Dance Magazine.

World Science Festival in New York City

The World Science Festival is an annual event hosted in New York City, co-founded by Columbia professor Brian Greene. The festival aims to make complex scientific concepts accessible, as well as fun, to the public.