Your Weekly Low Down | October 13, 2017

Here's what's new in your alumni community.

UPCOMING EVENTS: 

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: 

  • This week, two alumni from the Columbia Career Coaches Network wrote for The Low Down on some important topics. Dorothy Doppstadt '93SOA shares tips for managing stress, and Julia Harris-Wexler '84TC, '14BUS tells you how to nail your next job interview

  • Four Columbians -- including three alumni -- are among this year's MacArthur "Genius" Grant winners. Congratulations! Learn more about these inspiring individuals here.

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  • Read in the new Columbia Magazine how Amit Paley '10JRN, '11BUS is helping LGBTQ youth through The Trevor Project.

THE LOW DOWN:

  • Help Columbia students and faculty soar on Columbia Giving Day, next Wednesday, October 18. Support the research, projects, and initiatives that are close to your heart. Learn more.

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