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May 2013 Highlights
Class of 2013 Graduates Commencement 2013: Graduates With a Story to Tell
More than 14,000 graduates from 18 schools and affiliates were awarded degrees this year. We meet a few of them who have already accomplished much.  Read More
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Columbia to House El Diario Photo ArchivePicturing Latino History Video

El Diario-La Prensa, the nation’s oldest Spanish-language newspaper, has given Columbia its archive of some 5,000 photos.

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Martin Chalfie and Wafaa El-Sadr Wafaa El-Sadr and Martin Chalfie Appointed University Professors  
President Bollinger conferred this highest faculty honor at Columbia in recognition of exceptional scholarly merit and distinguished service to the University and society.  Read More
Engineering Tissue to Rebuild Damaged Bones and Organs Engineering Tissue to Rebuild Damaged Bones and Organs  Video
Biomedical engineer Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic’s lab creates biological substitutes for failing human tissues, from beating heart patches to bone grafts that can match a patient’s jaw.  Read more
Merit E. JanowMerit E. Janow Appointed Dean of School of International and Public Affairs
Janow is a leading expert in international trade and investment with a record of service in both academia and government, as well as longtime personal experience in the Asia-Pacific region.  
Columbia Business School Ronald O. Perelman Pledges $100 Million Toward Business School
One of two new buildings the Business School is planning on the Manhattanville campus will be a Center for Business Innovation named for Perelman. Read More

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