Sources report that Christiane Crasemann Collins was born in Hamburg Germany, and immigrated first to Chile and then to the United States.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Tuesday voiced strong support for recent teacher walkouts in Oklahoma, Kentucky, Arizona and elsewhere.
Fifty years ago, at the height of protest against the Vietnam War, the actions at Columbia University in Harlem, New York were among the most highly visible and effective.
Patch reports that New York’s mice carry dangerous diseases, a new study has found.
Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration today announced a new collaboration with Citi to increase educational programming and support for veterans and military family members.
The first annual Dr. Saul and Dorothy Kit Film Noir Festival, presented March 21 – 25, 2018 by the Columbia University School of the Arts at the new Lenfest Center Continue Reading →
In this workshop, participants will asses appropriate loan amounts, create a financing structure, decide on investors and collateralization.
The Columbia Spectator reports that outside the West Harlem Development Corporation’s office, which sits on 127th Street between Morningside and Amsterdam Avenue, is a parking lot.
The book Professor Galindez: Disappearing from Earth: Governments, Complicity, and How a Kidnapping in the Midst of American Democracy Went Unsolved, states that:
Columbia University reports that at a panel discussion on Monday, men of color from a variety of positions in the Columbia community discussed their experience on campus, highlighting the difficulties Continue Reading →
The Harlem Local Vendor Program is a program designed to provide local Harlem vendors with the opportunity to exhibit their products for Whole Foods Market foragers/buyers, Columbia University procurement representatives and other program Continue Reading →
On Friday, December 15, 2018, Columbia University hosted the “Harlem Buyer Fair” with about 30 local food, bodycare and gift vendors from Harlem on its Morningside campus.
Teachers College, Columbia University presents the exclusive 4th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture, Hidden in Plain Sight: Lessons for Mathematics Education Seen Through A Storytelling Lens, to be delivered by Professor Continue Reading →
Columbia University is taking steps to make sure its faculty and student body look more like the world around it, and this is helping the New York City school remain Continue Reading →
Check out the Open studios and open house at Columbia University School of the Arts MFA Artists in West Harlem, NY.
Columbia University’s Manhattanville Campus expansion, in Harlem, is one of the biggest new developments underway in New York City, though it may not look it at the moment.
NYC-based companies are leveraging algorithms and data to change the way people think about their health.
A Republican student group has invited two white nationalists to speak at Columbia University later this year, sparking tension and controversy within the college’s community.
This July, the Harlem-based Colombian-American artist Lina Puerta transforms the lobby of Miller Theatre with a new installation from her Botánico Series, inspired by weeds and uncontrolled nature within urban spaces.
Today Congressman Adriano Espaillat issued the following statement regarding Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and the decision to reconsider the funding application for the Upward Bound program at Columbia University.
West Harlem Development Corporation administers in-kind space requests at Columbia University offered to the community through the Community Benefits Agreement.
Columbia University’s Manhattanville Campus is moving along swimmingly with the new arts center, adjacent to the recently opened Jerome L. Greene Science Center, just a month away from opening.
A Columbia University student is suing the school for mishandling two rape cases she reported to the university in 2015.
Teachers College, Columbia University presents the 4th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture, Hidden in Plain Sight: Lessons for Mathematics Education Seen Through A Storytelling Lens, to be delivered by Professor Continue Reading →
The New York Times reports that in 1755 a New York City newspaper carried an account of the swearing-in of the governors of the newly founded King’s College, which later Continue Reading →