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Caleb ScharfClose Encounters With Meteors

 

Prof. Caleb Scharf talks about the recent strike in Siberia and options for protecting life on Earth.

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Ira Katznelson (Image credit: Eileen Barroso/Columbia University)
Prof. Ira Katznelson's Book Offers a New View of the New Deal
In Fear Itself: The New Deal and the Origins of Our Time, Katznelson hones in on the influence of Southern Democrats in shaping the historic legislation. Forward
 
Associate Psychology Professor Sarah Woolley and singer Jill Sobule at an evening of song and science (Image credit: Susan Cook)
Songbirds, Both Human and Avian, in Spotlight at Café Sciencevideo
Psychology Professor Sarah Woolley joined singer/songwriter Jill Sobule for an evening of singing science to explain how learning and memory work in the brain. Forward
 
Colm Tóibín
Mellon Professor Colm Tóibín Imagines the Life of Mary in Play on Broadway
A novella by the celebrated Irish writer now teaching English and comparative literature at Columbia has become an eloquent one-woman performance starring Fiona Shaw. Forward
 
Yoani Sánchez
Cuban Blogger Yoani Sánchez Makes First U.S. Appearance at Columbiavideo
The Journalism School forum was a dialogue between Sánchez and Professor Mirta Ojito on blogging, social media and the obstacles to freedom of the press in Cuba. Forward
 
Mary Cunningham Boyce and Steve Coll
New Deans Named for Engineering and Journalism Schools
President Bollinger has appointed MIT Professor Mary Cunningham Boyce to lead the Engineering School and two-time Pulitzer winner Steve Coll to lead the Journalism School. Forward

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