Columbia University Newsletter
February 2010 Highlights
The Record
Matthew Waxman (Image credit: Eileen Barroso/Columbia University)Faculty Q&A: Matthew Waxman

 

National security law expert Matthew Waxman has been involved in some of the thorniest legal issues of the past decade.

Columbia University Celebrates Black History
Columbia in the Headlines
Lenfest Teaching Award Winners Excel Both In and Outside of the Classroom (Image credit: Nicoletta Barolini)
TOP STORY
Lenfest Teaching Award Winners Excel Both In and Outside of the Classroom
This year's Distinguished Columbia Faculty Award winners come from disciplines ranging from biological sciences to Germanic languages. Forward
 
The 'Safari 7 Reading Room' at Studio-X New York used 3D interactive maps, wall graphics, podcasts and books to explore wildlife along the MTA No. 7 train in Manhattan and Queens. (Image credit: Ho Kyung Lee)
GLOBAL
Architecture School Launches
"Studio-X" Global Network

Columbia's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation is known for its global initiatives, the newest of which is a collection of studios around the world known as Studio-X. Forward
 
Karina W. Davidson
RESEARCH
Researcher Finds Happy People Have Fewer Heart Attacks
Columbia University Medical Center's Karina W. Davidson has published a new study showing a relationship between emotions and coronary disease. Forward
 
Through the Center for Technology, Innovation and Community Engagement, Columbia students help educate local public school children.
NEW YORK STORIES
Columbians Join NYC "College Challenge" Volunteer Service Initiative
Columbia is now engaged in the "College Challenge," a friendly competition to determine which academic institution has the greatest commitment to local civic engagement. Forward
 
Max Bond, pictured here in 1980, when he was chair of the architecture division
ON CAMPUS
New Library Acquisitions Show Bond Family Legacy video
Last year, Columbia University Libraries acquired the papers of J. Max Bond Jr., the African American architect and former Columbia professor who died last February at age 73. Forward

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