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  • Columbia 250
    gifts that continue the celebration Symposia The anniversary is over but the C250 symposia in the arts sciences and health sciences live on We ve collected video transcripts notable quotes and links to help you explore a host of provocative topics Columbians Ahead of Their Time Columbia is not made of stone but of thinkers and ideas Read about some of the many Columbians who have influenced the world Columbia

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  • Contact Us
    10115 877 250TH CU C250 columbia edu If you have questions or comments about the C250 Web site please contact C250web columbia edu Follow this link to read about C250 s privacy policy Get acquainted with the ins and outs

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  • About This Website
    Zambrano DKV Launch Version The launch version of this site was designed by Edelman Interactive Solutions Special thanks to Michael Kuczkowski Russell Dubner David Dunne Greg Lipman David Lawrence Frank Brathwaite Ovidiu Roatis Esther Buterman Symposia and Special Feature Pages DKV Vincent Aliberto James Burger Richard Cunningham Vivian Ducat Jeff Florendo Nathaniel Herz Kirsten Hudson Carol Kassel Rebecca Miller Sasha Mysakova Additional symposia production support provided by David Marks David Levitsky and Robert Branch Columbia University Office of Public Affairs Video Department Historical Consultant to Columbia 250 Robert McCaughey Ann Whitney Olin Professor of History Barnard College Columbia University Columbia 250 acknowledges the invaluable assistance of the following in the creation of this Web site Ric Burns and Kate Roth Steeplechase Films Kenneth T Jackson and Henry King cochairs Columbia 250 Steering Committee Robert McCaughey historical consultant to Columbia 250 Glenn Peterson and Javier Broch Columbia University Health Sciences Marilyn Pettit and Jennifer Ulrich Columbia University Archives and Columbiana Library Intellectual Property Rights The material contained herein is the exclusive intellectual property of Columbia University and is considered protected by standards of fair use Original material for this site is copyright Columbia University and Columbia 250 C250 Staff Chief Operating

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  • C250 Celebrates
    Read more about what Columbia s 250 years have meant to the University and the world View Professor Andrew Dolkart created The Architecture and Development of New York City in collaboration with Columbia University Digital Knowledge Ventures as a guide to the city This site is a richly illustrated interactive look at the development of New York s great built environment View Leaders and Icons The story of Columbia is the story of its people From Alexander Hamilton to Virginia Apgar Columbians have played influential roles in scientific discovery art culture law and myriad other fields Read more about the leaders entertainers scientists and icons associated with Columbia View Your Columbians Columbians list their favorites View Columbia Athletics Saluting great teams and players View Living Legacies Great moments and leading figures in the history of Columbia University View Columbia Through Time Read about major events that have created the Columbia University of today including significant discoveries by its graduates and faculty the pioneering role of its leaders in American higher education and the social life of the University over the last quarter millennium View Columbia A Celebration Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Ric Burns CC 1978 MA 1983 focuses on Columbia in

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  • C250 Perspectives
    Art History and Archaeology discusses how President Nicholas Murray Butler transformed Columbia from a commuter school into a national university Transcript Read Windows Media View Real Player View Our Past Engaged Four Turning Points in Columbia s Recent History On April 7 13 20 and 27 distinguished historians invited respondents and audience members examined important and contentious aspects of Columbia s past issues of both historical significance and contemporary relevance Stand Columbia Robert McCaughey spent six years researching Columbia s history Looking Back The George Washington University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Columbia College 1959 on the University s first 250 years Parting Thoughts The 2004 valedictorian lauds remarkable physicists and other Columbians ahead of their time Journalist Claire Shipman Columbia College 1986 SIPA 1994 on the character of Columbia students Transcript Read Windows Media View Real Player View NBA Commissioner David Stern Law 1966 on Columbia and the city Transcript Read Windows Media View Real Player View President Lee C Bollinger considers the future of universities Building on Columbia s Relationship with Harlem from the Amsterdam News The Idea of a University from The Wall Street Journal Universities Must Think Global from the Financial Times From Sid Luckman to Franklin

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  • C250 Forum
    online learning experiences designed to guide students through topics using text video archival photography interactive maps and a variety of other media Learn more about these e seminars Test your knowledge Click here for your comprehensive guide to online alumni resources at Columbia University including all of its undergraduate and graduate schools and affiliated institutions Be sure to check out the alumni e mail forwarding from the University Development and

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  • A Look Back
    hear the service of commemoration and speeches Kenneth Koch Literary and Musical Extravaganza Fans salute the former professor and poet Hundreds of residents from surrounding neighborhoods converged on the Morningside Heights campus for an afternoon that featured athletic clinics children s games art exhibits and a concert with headline performers Rain Wind Doesn t Dampen Columbia 250 Community Festival Photo gallery C250 Community Festival Poster Competition Under Way Harlem Artist Wins Columbia 250 Community Festival Poster Contest Columbia 250 Community Festival Celebrating with Our Neighbors Official Web pages for C250 Community Festival The University harkened back to the Beat Generation with a reading of Howl at the West End just one highlight in a closing weekend that also included academic events a special homecoming and a parade of alums at Baker Field 250th Anniversary Celebration Ends with Fanfare Closing Festivities Photo Gallery Leaders in a range of fields convened at Columbia to discuss subjects including genetics constitutions the state of the planet contemporary performance art and cities of the future Celebration 250 Backstage at Columbia University s Fred Friendly Seminar Read article C250 Symposium Two Day Symposium on Constitutions Democracy and Law Opens Columbia 250 Festivities Read article View site C250 Symposium The Impact of Genes and Genomes on Medicine Read article View site WNET to Air Columbia University s Fred Friendly Seminar on Liberty and Security in an Age of Terrorism Dec 18 Read article C250 Symposium State of the Planet View site Earth in the Balance Researchers Gather at C250 Climate Symposium Read article View site C250 Symposium RE new Frontiers in Creativity View site C250 Symposium The 21st Century City and Its Values Urbanism Toleration and Equality View site C250 Symposium Brain and Mind View site C250 Symposium Our Past Engaged Four Turning Points in Columbia s

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  • C250 To Go
    of these special e greetings Choose a black and white or color image and then write your personal message you can tell them about Columbia 250 with the click of a mouse Columbia 250 Books Columbia s 250th birthday has provided many occasions to learn as we celebrate A spate of recent books tell the story of Columbia as a whole of schools within the University and of remarkable individuals

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