Talks @ Columbia is a new series of online presentations by thought leaders and researchers that make up the diverse faculty community at Columbia University. Through brief, engaging multimedia presentations these experts show how the ideas that matter most to them can resonate with us all.
Did you know that over 7,400 couples met and fell in love through Columbia? Some were hit by Cupid's arrow on the first day of class, and others connected later through the alumni network. We compiled our favorite Columbia love stories. Do you have your own Columbia love story to share? E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know that over 12 percent of Columbia's alumni hold two or more degrees from the University? Or over a third of alumni continue to call New York City (and nearby) home after graduation? Take a look at today's Columbia alumni community by the numbers.
Alumni in the News
In honor of Black History Month, we look at some of our trailblazing and accomplished black alumni.
David Seelow (1987) writes, "I am directing a conference this August 17-19 at the Roosevelt Hotel called Revolutionary Learning 2016 Inspiration and Collaboration through Games- if interested contact me for a discount code or to help with organization and promotion- www.revolutionarylearning.org
I also had a new application for a new online Master of Science degree in Game Design and Production approved by both the state and federal government. "
As alumni of Columbia University, you are part of a global network of more than 320,000 leaders, creators, and change makers bound together by our shared University connection and our collective passion, intellect, and drive. United, we are creating meaningful change for our University and around the world.
The Low Down
The Low Down is a podcast series that delivers the best minds and voices from Columbia and Columbians to help you stay smart wherever you are. The Low Down is sublimely intelligent, eminently listenable, and thoroughly Columbia.