Columbia University Newsletter
Summer 2009 Highlights
The Record
Nicholas B. DirksFaculty Q&A: Nick Dirks

 

A longtime devotee of interdisciplinary study and research, Nicholas B. Dirks relishes finding new ways to bring disparate fields and factions closer together.

Columbia in the Headlines
Some of the light sensors that make up the lower detector on the XENON experiment [Image credit: Guillaume Plante]
RESEARCH
Columbia Researchers Lead Race to Find Dark Matter
Columbia physics professor Elena Aprile, with collaborators from universities around the world, is leading the race to find and identify dark matter for the first time. Forward
 
Alex Rodriguez Gives $250K to Boost Dental Health in Upper Manhattan
NEW YORK STORIES
Alex Rodriguez Gives $250K to Boost Dental Health in Upper Manhattan video
Hundreds of children joined Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez to celebrate the opening of the new Columbia University College of Dental Medicine mobile dental van. Forward
 
Afghan National Police Lt. Gen. Mohammed Haroon Asefi (third from left) meets with U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Robert Durbin (fourth from right) during Durbin’s visit to an Afghan National Police border-control point in Torkham, Afghanistan.
GLOBAL
Columbia Faculty Analyze Major Elections Underway Around the Globe
Columbia University and Barnard College professors help assess elections in Afghanistan, Japan, Germany and Kyrgyzstan. Forward
 
Journalism School Announces 2009 Cabot Prize Winners
ON CAMPUS
Journalism School Announces 2009 Cabot Prize Winners
The Graduate School of Journalism has announced the 2009 winners of the Maria Moors Cabot Prize for outstanding reporting on Latin America and the Caribbean. Forward

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