2016 in Review: Campus and Student News
The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center—designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with Gensler—is a hub for medical and graduate students at Columbia.
Columbia University and NewYork-Presbyterian have named their shared medical campus in Washington Heights to honor Herbert and Florence Irving.
Even before they graduated, students helped shape health policy through the media, in the courtroom, and on Capitol Hill.
Columbia University School of Nursing celebrated the opening of a new nurse practitioner primary care group in Washington Heights with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house on Sept. 14.
During a lecture celebrating the College of Dental Medicine’s centennial, Allan Formicola, DDS, dean emeritus, spoke to a packed room about the 100-year history of the school.
Mailman students and faculty shared talking points and thoughts for family gatherings after this year's divisive election.
From a former professional ballet dancer to a history buff who decided at age 5 to become a doctor, each member of the diverse Class of 2016 has traveled a unique path to medicine.
Women deans from schools across Columbia shared perspectives on what it means to be a woman leader in an academic setting today.
The Calderone Prize, the most prestigious award in public health, is awarded every two years to an individual who has made a transformational contribution in the field.
Columbia launched the Academy of Clinical Mentoring and Excellence to recognize clinical faculty who provide outstanding patient care. https://www.youtube.com/embed/gvXXaVK4oW0?