Your Weekly Low Down | July 20, 2018

Here's what's new and upcoming in your Columbia community.



  • Columbia Career Coaches Network members Rosemary Bova '71SW and Caroline Ceniza-Levine '93BC recently shared their expert tips for The Low Down. Bova covers why disengagement is a real crisis in the workplace and how we can fix it. Ceniza-Levine provides a key assessment for how to determine how valuable you are to your company.

  • In a new study, Columbia scientists described a way to quickly sift through thousands of hours of field recordings to estimate when songbirds arrive at their Arctic breeding grounds.

  • Congratulations to Kate Gutman '94CC, '01BUS! The former A&E executive has joined USA Today Network as head of the newly created Head of Content Ventures.

  • Questions about the recent summit between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin? Columbia foreign policy expert Steve Sestanovich shares his key takeaways


  • Wherever in the world you want to go, let the Columbia Alumni Association make your next trip one to remember. Did you know the CAA offers an Alumni Travel Study Program? Tour the world with your fellow Columbians through exclusive tours, cruises, safaris, and more! Book your trip.

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Read on for the latest happenings in your Columbia alumni community.