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Columbia College Celebrates 20 Years of Coeducation, April 1-3

• Thursday, April 1: 2004 Alumna Achievement Award dinner

Columbia College Women will honor 10 alumnae who work in higher education with its 2004 Alumna Achievement Award as part of the University's 250th anniversary and a celebration of the College's 20th year of coeducation. The honorees will participate in a celebration that kicks off Thursday evening, April 1, with a 6:30 p.m. reception and a 7:30 dinner and program in Low Library that will feature keynote speaker Rosalind Rosenberg, professor of history at Barnard. Tickets are $35 ($25 for young alumni from the past five years) and free for students by lottery. Please RSVP to Kim Puchir in the Alumni Office: kp2107@columbia.edu or (212) 870-2794, or online: http://www.college.columbia.edu/alumni/events.

To learn more about this event, go to:

http://www.college.columbia.edu/aboutcc/news/morestory.php?Story_ID=496&Story_Version=1

• Friday, April 2: Lunch and Panel Presentation on Women in Higher Education

From noon until 2 p.m. , Friday, April 2, a lunch and panel presentation moderated by Kathryn Yatrakis, Columbia College dean of academic affairs, will take place in Casa Italiana, 1161 Amsterdam Avenue, 2nd Floor, East Side, South of 118 th Street. Conversations will highlight the changing role of women in higher education and panelists will speak about their own experiences, first as women undergraduates at Columbia and now as academicians.

To learn more about this event, go to: http://www.college.columbia.edu/aboutcc/news/morestory.php?Story_ID=496&Story_Version=1

• Saturday, April 3: Dean's Day

Dean's Day, a day-long event that offers a chance to be a "student for a day" by attending lectures given by some of Columbia's best and most popular professors, is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 3. This popular annual event, which is open to alumni and parents, as well as current students, includes a continental breakfast with an opening address by Dean Austin Quigley, a morning lecture, luncheon events, two afternoon lectures and a closing reception. In addition, at 4 p.m. dedication ceremony for "The Scholars' Lion" will take place by Havermeyer Hall.

To learn more about this event, go to:

http://www.college.columbia.edu/aboutcc/news/morestory.php?Story_ID=550&Story_Version=2

Published: Mar 31, 2004
Last modified: Jan 10, 2005

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