The Next Generation

“Even after a fifteen hour day, being with a patient is always my favorite part—it’s why I’m here,” said Emma Goldensohn ’16PS.

Paying It Forward

"The scholarship I've established is for a future student who attended high school in Greater China," said Alex Li '73CC. "I hope that someone from that area, like me, will also benefit from all Columbia has to offer."

The Geography of Economics

Donald Davis ’92GSAS, the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of Economics and International Affairs, studies how location impacts economies.

Health in Context

As a James Harden Fellow working in the Center for the History and Ethics of Public Health, Elisa M. González is exploring the roles history, culture, and politics play in health in Puerto Rico.

Giving Back Off Campus

From removing invasive plant species from local parks to outreach for AIDS testing in the Bronx, volunteerism is central to Ryan Jensen’s Columbia College experience.

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Introducing the Manhattanville Campus

Columbia is growing—both locally and globally. A new 17-acre campus is under construction just north of Columbia’s historic Morningside campus. Manhattanville will soon be a hub for interdisciplinary teaching, research, and scholarship.


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Annual Fellowships for Doctoral Study: Mailman School of Public Health

PhD students at the Mailman School need a minimum of five years to complete their degrees. With overall tuition costs nearing $170,000 per student, fellowship gifts are an essential source of funding to cover tuition and stipends.

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Columbia Establishes Tang Center for Early China

Columbia University and its Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures have announced the creation of the Tang Center for Early China. The new center, made possible through a $5 million endowment gift from Oscar Tang and Agnes Hsu-Tang, will help advance society’s understanding of the richness and importance of early Chinese civilizations as part of a broader common human heritage. 

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Columbia Nursing Awarded $6.5 Million to Educate Nurse Leaders

Columbia University School of Nursing has been awarded a $6.5 million grant from the Helene Fuld Health Trust for three vital projects that will educate future nurse leaders. 

"This generous gift from the Helene Fuld Health Trust - the largest single donation in our school's 123-year history - will enable us to continue a tradition of leadership in nursing education, preparing world-class nurses to meet the challenges of today's dynamic health care environment," said Bobbie Berkowitz, PhD, RN, FAAN, dean of Columbia Nursing. 

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