Turning the tassel from "student" to "alum" is one of the most exciting moments for new grads. But it can also be a time of uncertainty, especially for those still considering the next career move. The Low Down asked your fellow alumni from the Columbia Career Coaches Network to share their post-graduation career advice.
STEM Day on June 12 will showcase the best of Columbia innovations, faculty, and ideas in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Bring your family to enjoy hands-on science experiments, food, games, and guest speakers. Register early to receive a special gift.
Fifty years ago, graduate student Walter Pitman '67GSAS made a discovery that changed the way we see our planet. His research confirmed the theory of seafloor spreading and set the stage for our understanding of plate tectonics. Learn more from The Low Down.
ALUMNI IN THE NEWS
Every year, the CAA recognizes alumni for service of 10 years or more to the University—including its schools, alumni associations, regional Columbia Clubs, and University-wide initiatives. The Medal is the highest honor bestowed to alumni by the University. Meet this year's recipients.
Did you know that five Columbia alumni have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame? With another spring training in the books and baseball season back in the swing of things, we take a look back at the Columbia greats who made it all the way to Cooperstown.
Columbia alumna Julia Harris Wexler '83TC, '14BUS, of the Columbia Career Coaches Network, weighs in on how to manage your online profile while job searching. 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.
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