Columbia University Newsletter
June 2010 Highlights
The Record
Professor Rodolfo de la Garza (Image credit: Eileen Barroso/Columbia University)Faculty Q&A: Rodolfo de la Garza


Rodolfo de la Garza, professor of political science, examines the widespread impact of immigration.

Columbia in the Headlines
The different appearances of oil in a June 7 NASA satellite image (Image credit: NASA Goddard MODIS Rapid Response/Holli Riebeek)
Researchers Consider Impact of Active Hurricane Season on Gulf Oil Spill
Columbia researchers are studying how major storms could complicate efforts to clean up the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Forward
Professor Ronald M. Lazar
New Metric Predicts Language Recovery Following Stroke
A team of researchers led by Columbia University Medical Center has developed a method to predict post-stroke recovery of language by measuring the initial severity of impairment. Forward
Columbia Community Business Program Supports Local Entrepreneurs
Columbia Community Business Program Trains Local Entrepreneurs video
A new Columbia program for mid-sized businesses and not-for-profit organizations in Upper Manhattan provides local business owners with routine guidance on a pro-bono basis. Forward
A self-portrait by Edward Gorey (Image credit: The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust)
Ghoulish Acquisition No Mystery to University Libraries slideshow
A large collection of works by idiosyncratic illustrator, designer and writer Edward Gorey has been donated to Columbia's Rare Book & Manuscript Library by Andrew Alpern. Forward
British Antarctic Survey fieldcamp on Pine Island Glacier (Image credit: Polargeo)
No Longer Anchored, Antarctic Glacier Surges to Sea
Satellite tracking has shown that one of Antarctica's largest ice streams is accelerating and thus contributing a growing share of the melt water raising sea levels worldwide. Forward

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