• On April 29, join Columbia physicist Brian Greene in an illuminating conversation moderated by writer, award-winning TV correspondent, and LA resident Gideon Yago ’00CC. Hear about Greene's passions, his new World Science U, and Columbia's science Initiative. Use hashtag #IlluminateScience to join the conversation. Click here for more information.

  • Columbia announced the 31 teams that have been selected to join the Columbia Startup Lab, one of a growing number of university initiatives engaged with New York City's burgeoning startup sector and dedicated to fostering entrepreneurial talent.
  • Expand your Rolodex and cultivate your professional network by connecting with fellow Columbians in midtown Manhattan.

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Alumni in the News

Congratulations to these incredible Columbia women alumni on the 2014 Fortune list of the 50 Most Powerful Women.

On April 14, Columbia University announced the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winners, including Columbia alumni David N. Philipps '02JRN and Vijay R. Seshadri '88SOA.

Alumni Notes

Catching Up: Stephen Langenthal

Stephen Langenthal (Law, 1959) writes, "I spent almost 40 years as a lawyer in the motion picture business – over thirty of those years at Warner Bros as Vice President-East Coast Counsel. At the end of 2000 I made the mistake of retiring although I continued to do part time work for Warner and was a principal in a group attempting to put together motion picture financing packages.

My wife, who has a Doctorate in Educational Psychology, continues to work as an Educational Test Developer.

Apr 21, 2014