Winter Wonderland is back! Mingle with recent alumni (2006-2016) at a night of charity, networking, and cocktails in New York City on January 20. Space is limited and advanced registration is strongly encouraged. RSVP.
This year, our alumni made history while making unprecedented scientific discoveries, winning prestigious medals, awards, and board appointments, and causing havoc on game shows. Check out 10 of our favorite 2016 alumni achievements.
In sub-Saharan Africa, 650M people lack access to electricity. In Sierra Leone in particular, only 5% of the population is on the grid. Three SIPA alumni found a solution to this challenge. Their startup, Easy Solar, hopes to introduce solar-powered products into Sierra Leone households.
The 2017 "30 Under 30" list highlights the achievements of some of the most influential and creative minds today. Of the unique and inspiring individuals honored, several hail from Columbia.
The CAA recently hosted an informative "Women Leading Change" panel featuring alumnae leaders Laurie Magid, Kathleen Crowley, Maryam Banikarim, and Alexis Gelber.
Caroline Ceniza-Levine '93BC, of the Columbia Career Coaches Network, gives fellow alumni an eight-step process to discovering alternative careers. Read more.
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.
Love Columbia? Can't get enough of Facebook or Twitter? Become a Columbia social media ambassador! Use your social media network to share the latest and greatest news and ideas from our University -- and win prizes along the way. Join now at columbiasocial.alumni.columbia.edu.
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