When the new Manhattanville campus was dedicated earlier this week, the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute was highlighted as its academic centerpiece.
Updated Oct. 25, 12:45 p.m.
Members of the Barnard contingent faculty union attended a Student Government Association meeting on Monday to share their belief that adjunct faculty are being treated “unfairly” by the college.
Columbia will offer a new course on how to interpret and evaluate the impact of data next semester in the hopes of facilitating greater understanding of how data is used.
The use of small seminar classes to encourage discussion and promote student engagement with faculty is a critical component of the Core Curriculum, the foundation of Columbia’s undergraduate education.
Updated Oct. 13, 12:06 p.m.
Every year, 1,500 Columbia College and School of Engineering and Applied Science first-years take University Writing, a Core Curriculum course that has existed in its current iteration for 13 years.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science has hired 13 new faculty this year, in addition to establishing six new endowed chair positions.
Kellie Jones, an associate professor in the department of art history and archaeology and the Institute for Research in African-American Studies, was awarded the prestigious MacArthur “genius” grant this week in recognition of her curation and scholarship on African-American artists.