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Barnard Announces Dr. Leslie Grinage As New Dean Of The College

Barnard’s search for a new Dean has come to a close.

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Shannon Marquez Appointed As New Dean Of Undergraduate Global Engagement

Shannon Marquez will be the new dean of Undergraduate Global Engagement, Columbia College announced early this morning via press release. With Marquez at its helm, Columbia’s Office of Global Programs and Fellowships will undergo major transitions this fall. Expected changes include a rebranding as the Center for Undergraduate Global Engagement and “an expanded mission to enhance access, support existing […]

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Gillian Lester To Be New Law School Dean

In a press release this afternoon, PrezBo announced the next dean of the Law School, Gillian Lester. Lester presently serves as the acting dean of Berkeley Law and will “bring accomplished scholarship, admired teaching and first-hand academic leadership experience at a great peer institution to her new role at Columbia.” Lester’s work has dealt primarily with employment […]

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