Columbia News Video Briefs Archive
<< more page:    1  2  3  4  5  6  7 >> more

Current Page: 3

(Sept. 15, 2000)

Emily Lloyd: Construction Planning
Whether building on campus or off, Columbia's construction planning process considers a wide range of issues and involves consultation with the campus and local communities. Emily Lloyd, Executive Vice President for Administration
Video produced by David Marks, Office of Public Affairs
Real (7:15) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (7:15) Video Audio Only
(Sept. 08, 2000)
Bruce Ferguson: Digital Art
New technologies affect the relationship of artists to their work. The digital media are leading to the evolution of a new aesthetic. Bruce Ferguson, Dean of the School of the Arts
Video produced by David Marks, Office of Public Affairs
Real (3:57) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (3:57) Video Audio Only
(Sept. 07, 2000)
Shree Nayar: New Imaging Technology Breakthrough At Columbia Promises Richer, More Detailed Photography
New technology developed by researchers at Columbia University's Computer Vision Laboratory will allow cameras - film, digital or video - to capture a much broader range of light and color variations, promising richer and more detailed images. The invention, developed by Shree K. Nayar, professor of computer science, and his research team at Columbia's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, can enhance the range of measurable brightness values of virtually any imaging system - film or digital still and video cameras, as well as medical and industrial imaging systems based on X-ray, infra-red, synthetic aperture radar and magnetic resonance.
Video produced by David Marks, Office of Public Affairs
Real (5:14) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (5:14) Video Audio Only
(Sept. 01, 2000)
Lionel McIntyre: Urban Grandeur
Among its many projects, the Urban Technical Assistance Program (UTAP) is developing a plan to restore Harlem's Frederick Douglass Boulevard to its former grandeur. Lionel McIntyre, Director, UTAP
Video produced by David Marks, Office of Public Affairs
Real (3:55) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (3:55) Video Audio Only
(July 20, 2000)
Ester Fuchs: Clinton vs. Lazio
As the U.S. Senate campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Rick Lazio head toward November, their campaign strategies are suggested in their dueling television ads -- Ester Fuchs, Director, Center for Urban Research & Policy
Real (5:20) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (5:20) Video Audio Only
(June 12, 2001)
James S. Liebman: Death Penalty Errors
A new study has found that 68% of death penalty cases have judicial errors serious enough to overturn them. James S. Liebman, Law School.
Video produced by David Marks, Office of Public Affairs
Press release
Full report
Real (5:20) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (5:20) Video Audio Only
(June 07, 2000)
Sree Sreenivasan: E-Commerce
The boom time for Dot-Coms may be over and only those with strong business plans may attract venture capital in the future. -- Sree Sreenivasan, School of Journalism.
Video produced by David Marks, Office of Public Affairs
Real (5:59) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (5:59) Video Audio Only
(May 12, 2000)
CCS Success
The annual Columbia Community Service (CCS) campaign raised more than $200,000 for the first time in its 53-year history. Donations to CCS go directly to more than 40 community-based service organizations, many of which were represented at recent reception in Low Library. This year's campaign, staffed by the Office of Community Affairs, was co-chaired by Professor of Psychology Don Hood and UDAR Vice President Richard Naum. Law Dean David Leebron is CCS president, and Assistant Vice President for Community Affairs Larry Dais oversees the program.
Video produced by David Marks, Office of Public Affairs
Real (6:01) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (6:01) Video Audio Only
(May 04, 2000)
Sonia Reese: Community Service
850 Columbia students perform community service through Community Impact alone. Most do volunteer work for very personal reasons -- Sonia Reese, Director, Community Impact.
Video produced by David Marks, Office of Public Affairs
Real (2:58) Video Audio Only
QuickTime (2:58) Video Audio Only
(April 19, 2000)
Frank Moretti: Education Revolution
Just as medieval scribes could not have anticipated the impact of the invention of the printing press, educators today cannot yet foresee the revolution in educational practices that digital multi-media and the Internet will spawn. -- Frank Moretti, executive director, Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. Click for Video.
<< more page:    1  2  3  4  5  6  7      >> more

Search Columbia News    Advanced Search  Help

Phone: 212.854.5573    Office of Public Affairs