• Columbia has the scientific preeminence and interdisciplinary networks to find solutions and address issues related to climate change. Learn more about our commitment to climate science and solutions and how Columbia's climate scientists are leading the way in climate response.

  • Realizing the value in being backed by the Columbia University name, the CAA is happy to offer an official business card benefit to Columbia alumni who wish to share their pride and school affiliation in their networking endeavors. Find out how to order your business cards here.

  • The Columbia Alumni Association has partnered with Bank of America to offer alumni the BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ Visa Signature® credit card. Earn a $150 cash rewards bonus after qualifying purchases with the only card that supports the CAA -- with no expiration on rewards.

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  • Congratulations to Wei Zhang '05GSAS, '07GSAS, '09GSAS & Andrea F. Young '06CC, '09GSAS, '12GSAS, who were selected as recipients of the 2018 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, Life Sciences, and Mathematics.

  • She Opened the Door has been in the works. The goal of the conference is for Columbia alumnae to celebrate and learn from fellow women who are making a difference in the world, personally and professionally. Learn more about the making of Columbia University's first women's conference. 

  • Erica Avrami, PhD, '88CC, '93GSAPP, the James Marston Fitch Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation at Columbia GSAPP, explores horizons in the field as climate change compels shifts in the way we design, construct, and manage the built environment. Read more on ColumbiaYOU.