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Summer 2010 Highlights
Professors Salim S. Abdool Karim and Quarraisha Abdool Karim, who led the study
TOP STORY
Breakthrough Offers New Way for Women to Avoid HIV Infection
Two Mailman School researchers led a news-making study in South Africa that found a promising approach to preventing the transmission of HIV/AIDS. Forward
 
World Economic Forum Fellows Train for Leadership at the School of the Arts
GLOBAL
World Economic Forum Fellows Train for Leadership Using the Arts video
For a week in July, Columbia hosted a series of workshops and events designed to help the next generation of world leaders use the arts as a resource for effective leadership. Forward
 
Double Discovery Introduces Students to the 'Core' of College Academics
NEW YORK STORIES
Double Discovery Introduces Students to the "Core" of College Academics video
A group of talented New York teenagers came to campus for an introduction to classic coursework in the humanities thanks to a collaboration funded by the Teagle Foundation. Forward
 
Gerard Karsenty, chair of the Department of Genetics and Development, who led the study
RESEARCH
New Research Shows Breakdown of Bone Keeps Blood Sugar in Check
Columbia researchers, led by Gerard Karsenty, have discovered that the skeleton plays an important role in regulating blood sugar. Forward
 
The Maria Moors Cabot Prize
ON CAMPUS
Journalism School Announces 2010 Maria Moors Cabot Prize Winners
Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism has announced the 2010 winners of the Maria Moors Cabot Prizes for outstanding reporting on Latin America and the Caribbean. Forward

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