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November 2010 Highlights
The Record
Actress Tovah Feldshuh at the Oct. 18 panel, 'Theater in America'Speaking of the Arts


Three recent panels on the history of theater, the future of film and the nature of creativity.

Columbia in the Headlines
Mayor Michael Bloomberg
Bloomberg, Klein Address Urban Education at Global Summitvideo
At Columbia on Nov. 18, city officials from around the world discussed innovative ways to meet the challenges of managing public schools in the 21st century. Forward
Journalism dean Nicholas Lemann and professor Emily Bell at a Nov. 4 panel discussion on global press freedom (Image credit: Eileen Barroso/Columbia University)
Conversations on Journalism's Digital Future in a Global Agevideo
Columbia is preparing the next generation of journalists and engaging today's policymakers on the challenges of creating a free press for an increasingly connected world. Forward
Mary O'Neil Mundinger, who holds the new Edward M. Kennedy Chair for Health Policy, was dean of Columbia's School of Nursing from 1986 to 2009.
New Health Policy Chair Honors Sen. Ted Kennedy
A lecture by Mary O'Neil Mundinger, nursing dean emeritus, celebrating the creation of the Edward M. Kennedy Chair for Health Policy was attended by the late senator's wife and son. Forward
Landfill disposal and waste-to-energy incineration remain the two principal options for managing municipal solid waste.
Engineering New Ways to Turn Waste Into Energy
Engineering professor Nickolas Themelis oversees a global consortium of experts dedicated to waste management and waste-to-energy research. Forward
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que
New Location Gives Popular BBQ Joint More Visibilityvideo
Columbia worked with Manhattanville's Dinosaur Bar-B-Que to coordinate architects, engineers and contractors on the construction of a new home for the popular restaurant on 125th Street. Forward

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