Columbia Dedicates New Manhattanville Campus

 

The Jerome L. Greene Science Center is one of two new buildings that will open in Manhattanville this spring. / Photograph by Frank Oudeman
The Jerome L. Greene Science Center is one of two new buildings that will open in Manhattanville this spring. / Photograph by Frank Oudeman

 

On October 24, President Lee C. Bollinger led a ceremony attended by distinguished faculty, deans, and students, as well as local civic and community leaders and internationally renowned architect Renzo Piano of Renzo Piano Building Workshop, which designed the campus master plan with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Piano also designed the first buildings to rise on the campus: the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, which houses the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, and the Lenfest Center for the Arts.

Read more at the Columbia Magazine article and check out the new Columbia Manhattanville website.

Alumni Leader Reflects on Successful Leaders Weekend

 

Columbia Alumni Leaders Weekend is an annual conference where the University's top alumni leaders and volunteers gather to exchange best practices, advice, and ideas. Please read more about Leader's Weekend at the Low Down article.

 

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"Hamilton" wins 2016 Edward M. Kennedy

 

Daveed Diggs (left), Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos, and Lin-Manuel Miranda in ''Hamilton.'' / Photograph by Joan Marcus
Daveed Diggs (left), Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos, and Lin-Manuel Miranda in ''Hamilton.'' / Photograph by Joan Marcus

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton recently won Columbia’s 2016 Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History. The hip-hop musical based on Ron Chernow’s 2004 biography Alexander Hamilton reimagines the American Revolution and the early years of the Republic with a cast of predominantly Black and Latino actors. Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith created the $100,000 prize, administered by Columbia Libraries, to honor her brother, the late senator from Massachusetts. This year’s jury, which included Columbia professors Farah Jasmine Griffin, Rashid Khalidi, and James Shapiro ’77CC, selected Hamilton because it “celebrates the evolving history of the United States, of hip-hop, and of the musical theater.” (For more on Hamilton, see Columbia Magazine’s Winter 2015 feature story “Hamilton is in the House.”) Read more of this article at Columbia Magazine.

Class of 2015: Welcome to the Alumni Family!

320,000 ALUMNI WORLDWIDE. ONE POWERFUL NETWORK.

Welcome to the alumni family.

We're glad to have you.

Congratulations on completing your degree - but the best is yet to come! The Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) is your lifetime connection to Columbia, and to a powerful community comprised of over 320,000 alumni worldwide. Take advantage of this vast Columbia alumni network. The CAA has so much to offer you.

With your free lifetime CAA membership, you can:.

  • Gain access to curated programs and discount tickets to the arts through CAA ARTS ACCESS
  • Find an instant community of friends wherever you go through your local ALUMNI CLUB in New York or in over 100 cities around the world. 
  • Access exclusive career opportunities and coaching through CAA CAREERS
  • Create your own alumni experience based on your passions and interests by joining or creating your own SHARED INTEREST GROUP
  • Show your pride in Columbia and have some fun on social media by becoming a ColumbiaSOCIAL ambassador. 
  • Receive alumni-only invitations to exclusive EVENTS in New York and in your area.  

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CAA Arts Access

CAA Arts Access serves as an alumni arts hub, providing exclusive access to programs, information, and Columbia communities. The entire alumni community is welcome.

Join CAA Arts Access and receive:

  • Access to curated events
  • A professional network for Alumni in the arts via artsConnectwhere alumni can share successes and news, post jobs, get and give advice
  • Up-to-date insider information on Columbia alumni, faculty, and students artists through the website, newsletter, and blog
  • Discount tickets to arts programming

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Manhattanville

As new fields of knowledge emerge, the nation's universities are growing to pursue the expanding missions of teaching, research, public service, and patient care. With only a fraction of the space enjoyed by our leading peers across the country, Columbia has had to face an especially critical need for space in a dense urban environment.

While Columbia is a globally respected academic center, it is also a vital local New York institution, committed to the economic, intellectual, social, and cultural vitality of our neighborhoods and city. In that spirit, together with our West Harlem neighbors, elected representatives, and civic leaders, Columbia has developed a plan for a mixed-use academic center that provides a long-term future of shared opportunity in the old Manhattanville manufacturing zone of West Harlem. 

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Illuminating Our Future

Celebrating The Columbia Campaign and Our Future

The Columbia Campaign came to a close on December 31, 2013, and the University’s future is brighter than ever. In every area of study within the University and every pursuit in the common interest beyond it, Columbia and Columbians are moving forward with renewed energy. In scientific research, policy study, the professions, teaching, medical treatment, and more — we’re creating new knowledge, transmitting it to the next generation, and driving the future forward.

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Alumni Travel Program

Put on your traveling shoes and explore the world.

The Alumni Travel Study Program allows Columbia alumni to combine learning and pleasure through domestic and international travel. The travel study experience is often enriched by the participation of Columbia faculty members.

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Columbia University Club of New York

Since 1901, the Columbia University Club of New York has been a social, intellectual, cultural, recreational, and professional center of activity for its members. A private social club for alumni of Columbia University, the Club offers a gracious and welcoming environment conveniently located in midtown Manhattan with privileges at reciprocal clubs worldwide.

 

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