Justin Carter has held positions ranging from chief of operations of the Columbia University Emergency Medical Service, to board member of the Columbia Alumni Association, to member of the Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing, to GS University senator.
The Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing voted not to support Barnard Columbia Divest’s proposal to divest from fossil fuel companies because the proposal did not meet ACSRI’s criteria for divestment.
What began in February as a protest of the layoffs of sociomedical sciences professors Kim Hopper and Carole Vance at the Mailman School of Public Health has turned into a discussion about the sustainability of the school’s financial model.
Rudolph Lawrence, an access attendant in Barnard’s Quad since 2004, was honored at a memorial service on Wednesday.
At the last University Senate plenary of the semester, the Rules Committee announced plans to hold town halls and discussions next semester about how to change Columbia’s Rules of Conduct.
Data from the National Institutes of Health show that the amount of money received by sociomedical sciences-affiliated professors at Mailman has fluctuated but not decreased.
Gillian Lester, who was appointed the dean of Columbia Law School last week, is eager to bring her expertise from Berkeley to Morningside Heights.
Pascal Lamy, the former director-general of the World Trade Organization, spoke about the tension between global problems and local governance during the second annual Global Thought Lecture.
Michael Janeway, the former editor of the Boston Globe and a professor at the Columbia Journalism School, died from cancer on Thursday in his home in Connecticut. He was 73.
Eleven students wore red wristbands in quiet protest at Thursday night’s King’s Crown Leadership Excellence Awards ceremony.
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