Phillip Satow, CC '63, received the Alexander Hamilton Medal, Columbia College's highest honor, at a dinner on Thursday night.
Thursday’s University Senate plenary included updates on the Rules of Conduct review process and President’s Advisory Committee on Sexual Assault, as well as a resolution that passed unanimously on administrative conflict of interest in research.
Columbia now has the fourth highest number of international students across all U.S. universities, according to a report released on Monday by the Institute of International Education.
Nearly $1.6 million of Bollinger’s $3.4 million was previously earned income that was paid out in 2013 as part of a “contractually agreed-to schedule.” Another $350,000 was the value of living in the president’s house.
Student activists are circulating an online petition urging the Rules Committee to open a review of the Rules of University Conduct,
The petition, started this fall, is in response to the University’s announcement in July that the current Cigna health care plans will be replaced by UnitedHealthcare plans for United Auto Workers Local 2110 members.
CPD finally met with ACSRI on Tuesday, but group members said they were still frustrated because much of the committee membership had changed, and they had to repeat many of the concerns they presented to ACSRI in the spring.
From sexual misconduct adjudication to community outreach in Manhattanville, here is what you need to know from Monday’s Graduate Student Fireside Chat.
Barnard COO revealed new details about Barnard’s new Teaching and Learning Center as well as expected construction disruptions at Monday’s SGA meeting.
Panelists on Monday countered that the town halls were intended as mechanisms to gather preliminary feedback.