Your Weekly Low Down | July 14, 2017

Here's the latest from your Columbia community.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: 

  • A new Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory study found that surging heat may limit aircraft takeoffs globally.

  • Ahead of her famed restaurant's closing,¬†Chef Anita Lo '88CC spoke with¬†Columbia College Today¬†about the transition ahead.

  • Can scheduling breaks during work help maximize our creativity and production? This week, experts from Columbia Business School weighed in.

  • Marie Donoghue '87CC, '92LAW, an executive vice president at ESPN, spoke with the Law School about her unique career path.


  • In her new online course, Alice Kessler-Harris, the R. Gordon Hoxie Professor Emerita of American History in Honor of Dwight D. Eisenhower, focuses on the role of women in American history.¬†

  • The University released an article this week highlighting its¬†contributions to New York's economy.¬†Columbia is helping economic growth "not only by attracting talented students and scholars, but also by creating a stable base of local jobs and investing in cutting-edge research and development that drives high-tech entrepreneurship."¬†Learn more.

     

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