Catch up on the latest news from your Columbia alumni community this week.
- January 15, NYC: Recent Columbia Alumni Winter Wonderland is one week away! Join us at Celsius NYC for a fun night of charity and networking. Space is limited, so get your ticket today.
(Photo: Celsius via Facebook)
In Case You Missed It...
Forbes "30 Under 30": Columbia alumni, faculty, and staff are well-represented among this year's young standouts.
Mapping Islam: The New York Times collaborates with Columbia historian and GSAS alumnus Michael Izady, whose maps illustrate how each country on the Arabian Peninsula contains many branches of Islam.
Barnard Trustee Emerita Passes Away: Judith Kaye '58BC, the first woman chief judge of the State of NY & trustee emerita at Barnard, passed away at age 77.
Gun Control: Dr. Paul S. Appelbaum '72CC, an expert on psychiatry and the law at Columbia University, weighs in on gun regulation in The New York Times.
Upcoming Career Events:
- The Networking Hour: Get Feedback on Your Resume (January 19: Online)
- Volunteer to Review Resumes (January 19: Online)
The Low Down
- Did you know? The filmmakers behind the hit Netflix true-crime documentary Making a Murderer are Columbia alumni! Congratulations to Moira Demos '96CC, '08SOA and Laura Ricciardi '07SOA.
(Photo: Netflix via Forbes)