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April 2010 Highlights
The Record
Alan BrinkleyThe Historian Takes on the Publisher

 

Alan Brinkley has returned full time to his roots as a leading historian of 20th-century America with an acclaimed biography of Time-Life founder Henry Luce.

Columbia in the Headlines
Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (Image credit: David Wentworth/Columbia University)
TOP STORY
Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Speaks About U.S. Military Strategy video
Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, kicked off a year-long series of "Conversations with the Country" at Columbia's World Leaders Forum on April 18. Forward
 
The effect of estrogen on the growth of brain cells
RESEARCH
Brain Researcher Defies Conventional Wisdom on Estrogen
Forty years after professor Dominique Toran-Allerand began studying the effects of estrogen in the brain, her research is still challenging conventional wisdom. Forward
 
French President Nicolas Sarkozy
GLOBAL
French President Sarkozy Calls for Cooperation on Global Issues video
On the first stop of his two-day trip to the U.S., French President Nicolas Sarkozy spoke at Columbia University's Low Library to a packed audience of students and faculty. Forward
 
Faculty House
ON CAMPUS
Faculty House Awarded LEED Gold Certification
The recently renovated Faculty House has been awarded the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification by the United States Green Building Council. Forward
 
Relocation of Local Church Provides More Space to Grow
NEW YORK STORIES
Relocation of Local Church Provides More Space to Grow video
Since last October, the Meeting with God Church, a thriving Pentecostal congregation in Harlem, has had a new home and ample space to expand, thanks to a relocation conducted by Columbia. Forward

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