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Superheroes: Latino Immigrants Who Make New YorkOn Exhibit: Dulce Pinzón's Superheroes

 

The photo series at the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race honors the "Latino Immigrants Who Make New York" while also helping support their families back home.

Columbia in the Headlines
Just one view of the devastation in the Rockaways (Image credit: Meghan Berry)
Responding to Hurricane Sandyvideo
While Columbians have contributed in many ways to relief efforts, University researchers across disciplines have contributed expertise to public understanding and governmental response. Forward
 
Ray Horton
Professor Creates Executive Program for Local Nonprofit Leadersvideo
To business school professor Ray Horton, the new Strengthening West Harlem Nonprofits program represents an ideal way for the University to help train effective leaders in the community. Forward
 
The computational analysis uncovered two vast genetic networks involved in schizophrenia
Researchers Find Schizophrenia, Autism Share Related Genetic Networks
A new study by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center provides insight into the similar molecular causes of schizophrenia and autism. Forward
 
A student participates in live, two-way videoconference during Tamil language class.
Online Partnership in Less Commonly Taught Languages
Columbia, Yale and Cornell have created a digital collaboration to expand opportunities for students to study a diversity of languages that have smaller enrollments. Forward
 
Joseph Traub
At 80, Professor Celebrated for Building Computer Science Department
When Joseph Traub joined Columbia's Engineering School faculty in 1979, it had a single computer and no computer science department. He soon changed that. Forward

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