Check out the latest from your Columbia community in this week's roundup.
- Cleveland Storyteller (September 10: Bratenahl, OH)
- Alumni Tour Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit at the MoMA (September 23: New York, NY)
- Columbia vs. Princeton Tailgate and Football Game (September 30: Princeton, NJ)
- iRelaunch Return-to-Work Conference (October 3: New York, NY)
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Congratulations to the powerful, trailblazing alumnae, Madeleine Albright '68GSAS, '76GSAS and Ursula Burns '82SEAS, featured in the TIME Firsts list, "Women Who Are Changing the World."
Will recent brain trauma findings affect the future of football? Four alumni experts weigh in in Columbia College Today.
Check out the newest episode of The Low Down's "The Future Is...", which includes an interview with Nicole Crescimanno '11GSAS, who is accomplishing incredible things at Columbia's Earth Institute.
A job interview is a person-to-person communication, and some people are difficult, so you will likely encounter a difficult job interviewer at some point. Caroline Ceniza-Levine '93BC, of the Columbia Career Coaches Network, wrote in The Low Down this week about how alumni can handle this tricky situation.
Researchers cracked the code etched on an ancient clay tablet at Columbia's Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Read what they learned in The New York Times.
THE LOW DOWN:
This week, Columbia released a statement unequivocally opposed ending to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and encouraging the reinstatement of DACA protections. Read the University's full statement here.