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The inaugural Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brain Insight Lecture, the launch of Studio-X Johannesburg, SEAS celebrates 150 years.
Plus career networking, campus news, alumni achievements, and more. Read on below. 

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CAA in NYC

If/Then on Broadway

Richard Rodgers Theatre; March 25

Join CAA Arts Access for an exclusive night on Broadway with Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winners, Tom Kitt '96CC and Brian Yorkey '93CC to enjoy their newest creative collaboration—the much-anticipated musical If/Then. Read more.

orange arrow An Evening with University Trustee and Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Ben Horowitz '88CC

Low Memorial Library; March 4

orange arrow Columbia Pride Presents a Conversation with Memoirist Richard Sachs '49CC

Engelman Recital Hall; March 4

orange arrow Thank You Day: Celebrating The Columbia Campaign and Illuminating Our Future

Online; April 3

orange arrow Alumni discounts on laptops and printers, digital cameras, flat panel televisions, software, and more.

CAREER and NETWORKING

Like, Link, Follow...then Network

Online networking; March 12

Connect with alumni around the world and network outside of your comfort zone—participate in an online speed networking event and qualify to win if you connect with the CAA on social media. Read more.

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Webinar; March 26

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Columbia Alumni Networking Breakfasts

Columbia Alumni Center; February 27
Columbia Alumni Center; March 27
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CCE Career Fairs

Spring Career Fair | Alfred Lerner Hall; March 7
Startup Career Fair | Low Memorial Library; March 28

 

TRAVEL & LEARNING

Autism: Human Social Behavior and Communication

Miller Theatre; March 19

The Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute presents the inaugural Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brain Insight Lecture. Read more.

orange arrow The New Frontier: How Neuroscience Can Inform Social Work Practice

Columbia School of Social Work; March 3

orange arrow Café Columbia with Professor of Astrophysics David Schiminovich

Columbia Alumni Center; March 10

orange arrow Travel Study Program: Turkish Treasures

June 6–20, 2014

orange arrow Columbia Researchers Bring Humanities Into the Digital Age

CAMPUS NEWS

Mapping Public Sculpture

Visiting campus? Tour the public sculpture located around Morningside and Barnard. Here is a map to help you. Read more.

orange arrow bit by bit: A Week-long Showcase Reflecting on the Pairing of Story and Technology

Pulitzer Hall; February 27–March 1

orange arrow Is It Your Five-or Ten-Year Graduation Anniversary? You're Invited to March at Commencement—Again

Morningside campus; May 21

orange arrow Zuckerman Institute Founding Co-director Wins the 2014 Vilcek Prize
orange arrow Winner of 2014 Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Announced
orange arrow Columbia Engineering Teams up With DC's National Cathedral to Build New, More Sustainable Pinnacles
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Columbia Athletics

Men's Fencing Takes Ivy League Title
Women's Swimming & Diving Performs Well at Ivy League Championships
No. 51 Women's Tennis Takes Down No. 32 Yale for the ECAC Title
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