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Yours truly,
 
David Stone
Executive Vice President for Communications

 
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Upcoming Events
Columbians Celebrate Inauguration of President Obama (CC'83)
TOP STORY
Columbians Celebrate Inauguration of President Obama (CC'83)
A crowd of several thousand people gathered in front of Low Library to watch the inauguration of Barack Obama, the first Columbia graduate to be elected president of the United States. Forward
 
Award-winning Professor Applies Engineering Concepts to Everyday Objects
RESEARCH
Award-winning Professor Applies Engineering Concepts to Everyday Objects
Xi Chen studies how basic engineering principles give certain fruits and vegetables their distinctive shapes. Chen was recently given the government's highest honor for young scientists. Forward
 
Wafaa El-Sadr: Setting New Standards for the Care of People With HIV/AIDS
GLOBAL
MacArthur Award Winner Sets New Standards for HIV/AIDS Care
Twenty years ago, Wafaa El-Sadr began an HIV/AIDS treatment and research program at Harlem Hospital that now serves as a model throughout Africa and in Asia. Forward
 
Journalism School Hosts duPont-Columbia Awards
ON CAMPUS
Journalism School Hosts duPont-Columbia Awards
Former Vice President Al Gore and CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour were among the attendees at the annual Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Awards for excellence in broadcast journalism held at Low Library. Forward

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