Groundbreaking research and Columbians reuniting—check out this week's Low Down roundup:
- Secrets to Launching and Growing a Business (June 6: Addison, TX)
- CAA Family STEM Day (June 11: New York, NY)
Columbia University Film Festival (June 15: Los Angeles, CA)
- Ivy+ Young Alumni Mixer (June 23: San Francisco, CA)
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Miles of Ice Collapsing into the Sea: The New York Times joined Columbia researchers in Antarctica. Hear about their findings in the first of a three-part series.
Did you know? Columbia scientists are working to implement solutions to combat climate change. Here's how you can help.
A Mailman School study has found widespread violence against teenage girls in African areas of conflict.
- New Columbia alumnus Majed Abdulsamad '17GSAPP arrived in the United States when civil war was destroying his native country. Now that he has received his degree, he hopes to rebuild Syria. He will continue his research into how urban design can contribute to post-war reconstruction.
Way to go! These alumni were recently recognized for mentoring in Columbia's Entrepreneurship community.
Want to be a producer? Barbara Whitman '05SOA shares her secrets of success. Read her amazing story on ColumbiaYou.
THE LOW DOWN:
Happy Reunion Weekend to alumni of Columbia College, General Studies, and Engineering! Walk-ins are welcome at all non-sold out events. Check out the schedule here.
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