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Alumni in the News

In honor of Black History Month, we look at some of our trailblazing and accomplished black alumni.

A 122-foot "titanosaur" was discovered by a team led by Columbia alumnus Dr. Diego Pol '04GSAS

Alumni Notes

Educational News: David Seelow

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-
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. "

Feb 12, 2016