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CAA's 10th anniversary, dive into summer reading, a Dante primer for the digital era.

Plus career development, alumni events, news from campus, and more. Read on below.


Columbia Alumni Association: Celebrating 10 Years

Looking back at ten years of Columbia Alumni Association leadership, ideas, and connections. See the difference a decade makes. Watch video.

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For Summertime or Anytime: Columbia Alumni Authors

From stories of innovation and leadership to perspectives on the environment and history, here is a collection of works by creative Columbia alumni authors that will keep you entertained summertime and anytime. Read on.

Featured Events

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Asian Columbia Alumni Association, Black Alumni Council, Latino Alumni of Columbia University
New York City; July 8

orange arrowRecent Alumni Summer Rooftop Happy Hour

New York City; July 29

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Regional Spotlight

Faculty Lecture: The End of Cosmic Solitude is Nigh

CAA Club of NorCal; June 25

"Discovering the Impressionists" Exclusive Tour & Breakfast at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

CAA Club of Philadelphia; July 10

CAREER NEWS

Alumni Career Coaches Network

The Columbia Career Coaches Network is a fee-based service of accredited professional alumni career coaches who want to help you reach your career goals. Search by industry or specialty to find the right coach for you. Learn more.

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New York City; June 25

orange arrowExecutive Education: Leadership Essentials

New York City; July 14–15

orange arrow2015 iRelaunch Return-to-Work Conference

New York City; October 1

TRAVEL & LEARNING

Future of Urban Innovation: Startups

On June 9, Columbia University and the U.S. Department of Commerce hosted the Future of Urban Innovation: Startups, a full-day event featuring speakers and panels from government, academia, industry, and the venture capitalist community. Watch the video, read the transcript or download the audio files here.

orange arrowNew Mailman Study Shows Global Warming Is Unlikely to Reduce Winter Deaths
orange arrowColumbia Scientists Discover World's Oldest Stone Tools
orange arrowJourney to Cuba with Nursing Delegation: Open to All Alumni

October 2–10, 2015

orange arrowFrom Our Bookshelf: Loving Day by Mat Johnson ’99SOA

orange arrowTravel with Columbia: Portrait of Italy

October 27–November 12, 2015

CAMPUS NEWS

Italian Professor Redesigns a Dante Primer for the Digital Era

Italian professor Teodolinda Barolini and students launched an online immersive experience of Dante's greatest works. Originally conceived by alumna Jennifer Hogan '00TC, the new multimedia project makes Dante accessible for a new generation. Learn more.

orange arrowColumbia Launches Online Global Database of Case Law on Freedom of Expression
orange arrowJournalism School's Tow Center Report Surveys State of Digital News in the U.S.
orange arrowColumbia Library Acquires Dance Pioneer Arthur Mitchell's Archive
orange arrowEarth Institute Director Jeffrey Sachs Awarded Blue Planet Prize
orange arrow10 Highlights from 10 Years of Ideas at Work from Columbia Business School
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Columbia Athletics

Lightweight Varsity Eight Medals for Third Straight Year After Second Place Finish at IRA's
Three Columbia Baseball Players Selected in the Major League Baseball Draft
Archery Wins National Titles in Recurve and Compound
Winston Lin Named ITA All-America for Second Consecutive Year
2015 Columbia Football Season Tickets on Sale Now
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