Check out the latest from your Columbia alumni community:
- Lecture by Dr. Daichi Suzuki (January 23: Tokyo, Japan)
- University Updates with Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) President Donna MacPhee (January 24: London, UK)
- Men's Basketball Pregame Reception (February 10: Philadelphia, PA)
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
This week, The Low Down featured some recent pieces from CAA Arts Access, which highlighted accomplishments of Columbians in the arts. Congratulations to Kelly Killoren Bensimon '98GS, who recently debuted her first novel, School of the Arts' James Schamus who made his directorial debut, and Jenna Matecki '11BC, for launching a successful podcast! Learn more about Arts Access here.
- A Columbia precision medicine study has found genetic overlaps between common and rare epilepsies.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew will be a visiting professor at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs, the School announced this week.
THE LOW DOWN:
Columbia is at the center of it all at this year's Sundance Film Festival, celebrating the accomplishments of our alumni filmmakers. More than 20 of their films will be showcased in Park City, Utah in the coming weeks. We've rounded up all of this year's talented Columbia directors, producers, writers, and actors. Congratulations!