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Summer 2013 Highlights
Wafaa El-Sadr Heal the World Video
Wafaa El-Sadr, pioneering epidemiologist, MacArthur Fellow and newly named University Professor, discusses her work responding to the HIV and tuberculosis epidemics in the U.S. and abroad.  Read More
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Columbia to House El Diario Photo ArchiveRare Indigenous Music Recordings Go Home Again Video

The Center for Ethnomusicology is working to give some of its holdings away–returning a rare trove of traditional music to Native American communities.

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photo credit: John Allen 2013.Planning in the Near Term for Climate Change
Climate scientists often study changes over centuries. Lisa Goddard, an expert on climate variability, focuses on changes that will affect us over the next two decades.  Read More
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A nerve cell in the thalamusStudy Advances New Theory of How the Brain Is Wired Video
Challenging a longstanding view of brain function, neuroscientist Randy Bruno has found that signals are processed simultaneously rather than in series—almost as if there are two brains. Read More
Jagdish Bhagwati Economist Finds Lessons for U.S. in India's Economic Growth  Video
Renowned international economist Jagdish Bhagwati explores what we can learn from policies that helped reduce poverty in developing countries.  Read more
Anke A. EhrhardtNew Medical Center Initiative Addresses Health of LGBT Community
Co-directed by Anke A. Ehrhardt, professor of medical psychology, the new project focuses on improving LGBT health care, including research, education, clinical care and advocacy. Read More
Columbia College Celebrates 75 Years of Lit HumCrowdsourcing the Core: Columbia College Celebrates 75 Years of Lit Hum
Classics of the literary canon and digital technology clicked at a celebration of the undergraduate Core Curriculum course and the life of ideas it cultivates.  Read More

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