Columbia University will confer the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters on the legendary dance pioneer and social activist Arthur Mitchell this month, the Arthur Mitchell Project announced today.
This event from Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center is part of The Entrepreneur in Residence Program features a highly accomplished group of industry professionals with expertise spanning various industries and business Continue Reading →
Back in October of 2014, YIMBY reported that construction was wrapping up on Columbia University’s nine-story, 450,000-square-foot Jerome L. Greene Science Center at 3229 Broadway, between West 129th and 130th Continue Reading →
Columbia University’s Community Scholars Program is seeking nominations and applications for its next class; the deadline is Friday, April 29, 2016.
On the morning of October 12, residents of the prestigious Columbia University/New York Presbyterian’s Family Residency Programs received some demoralizing news.
West Harlem-based Columbia University has become the first college in the United States to divest from private prison companies, following a student activist campaign.
An incredible view looking north from the southeast corner from a top floor of a building on 116th Street and Broadway, West Harlem, New York, 1910
As first baseman (1925–39) for the New York Yankees, Harlem born Lou Gehrig played in 2,130 consecutive league games (a record that would stand for more than fifty years), batted Continue Reading →
A view northwest from the corner of West 116th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. This photo, taken in 1905, shows the University not long after its move to Morningside Heights from Continue Reading →
Columbia University’s Institute for Research in African-American Studies (IRAAS) will convene a one-week Summer Teachers and Scholars Institute (STSI), focusing particularly on the history, cultures, and institutions of African-descended peoples in Continue Reading →