The city predicts the new institute will have $4 billion in economic impact over the next three decades and generate more than 4,500 jobs.
Cornell and New York University won’t be the only schools working with cool startups. Columbia University is joining the city’s increasingly lively tech party, too. Continue reading
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Research report: 477 West 142nd Street HDFC & Occupation report
Columbia University Expansion: a gentrification scheme of ethnic cleansing in West Harlem:
The Payoff: a corrupt West Harlem Local Development Corporation: Where is the Community Benefits Agreement funds for the West Harlem community? Is it the latest thief by Black elected officials led by Congressman Charles Rangel? Continue reading
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger was the Ivy League’s highest-paid president in 2008 at $1.75 million in total compensation, as 30 college leaders received more than $1 million in pay. Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania joined Columbia as Ivy League schools paying their top executive more than $1 million, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Continue reading