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December 2011 Highlights
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Otto Luening and Vladimir Ussachevsky in the Columbia-Princeton studios, 1960Sixty Years of Revolutionary Sound

 

Launched in 1958, the Computer Music Center is the oldest center for electronic music in the United States.

Columbia in the Headlines
Kellie Jones (Image credit: Eileen Barroso/Columbia University)
TOP STORY
Curator in the Classroom: The Artistic Eye of Prof. Kellie Jonesvideo
This fall the associate professor has both a new book, EyeMinded: Living and Writing Contemporary Art, and an acclaimed exhibition she curated at UCLA's Hammer Museum. Forward
 
Tom Edsall
RESEARCH
Journalism Professor Adds Up the High Cost of "Zero-Sum Politics"
Tom Edsall's years as a political reporter have made him an observer of the presidency, Congress, lobbying, tax policy, demographic trends and their impact on the U.S. Forward
 
Rafael Lantigua and Dennis Mitchell
NEW YORK STORIES
Medical Center Names Faculty Advisers on Community Healthvideo
Drs. Rafael Lantigua and Dennis Mitchell are leading efforts to enhance CUMC's partnerships with the Upper Manhattan neighborhoods of Harlem and Washington Heights. Forward
 
A group of students visited the Chandigarh College of Architecture, where they learned about the challenges facing this planned city whose population is expected to double in the next 50 years.
GLOBAL
Architecture Students Visit India's Mid-Century Modern City
A class of Columbia and Barnard architecture students went to India to study Chandigarh, a 20th century planned city designed by pioneering modern architect Le Corbusier. Forward
 
Stuart Firestein and William Zajc
ON CAMPUS
Two Columbia Professors Elected AAAS Fellows
Stuart Firestein and William Zajc have been elected to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a prestigious scientific society established in 1848. Forward

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