On April 24, President Bollinger announced that he has appointed professor and researcher Daphna Shohamy as the next Director of Columbia’s Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute.
Congratulations to the 102 Columbia seniors inducted into Phi Beta Kappa this spring!
President Bollinger announced that Columbia University Provost Mary Boyce will step down on June 30, 2023, but will remain at Columbia as a member of the Engineering faculty.
Welcome, Columbia’s newest lions!
Welcome to Barnard, new dancing bears!
This morning, Chair of the Board of Trustees Cheryl Glicker Milstein ’82, P’14 announced that Laura A. Rosenbury, Dean at University of Florida Levin College of Law, will be the new President of Barnard College.
Barnard Vice Presidents Jomysha Delgado Stephen and Sarah Gillman announced this afternoon that Amy Zavadil, Associate Vice President for Community Accountability, Response, and Emergency Services (CARES), will step away from her role at Barnard on May 18.
In an email sent out this Thursday, Barnard notified the community of upcoming changes to the College’s COVID-19 policies which will eliminate surveillance testing and the vaccine mandate starting May of this year.
Columbia will become the first college in the Ivy League to go permanently test-optional for undergraduate admissions, according to an announcement made Wednesday.
The Emmy Award-winning creative will deliver the address at Barnard’s 131st commencement ceremony on May 17, 2023.
In an email sent out Thursday morning, Columbia notified the community of a future shift in University COVID-19 policy which will end the vaccine mandate and no longer require affiliates to report positive test results to the University.
On Monday, RAs and their supporters rallied on Low Steps before marching to President Bollinger’s house to gain recognition for a Columbia RA union.