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  • James G. Neal

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  • Columbia University IRB
    More Have questions suggestions or concerns about research that involves human subjects Use the IRB Staff Directory or Office email address Ask the IRB link to contact us News Announcements Current list of CUMC IT certified systems https rsam cumc columbia edu RSAM DEFAULT aspx 12 15 2015 2016 IRB Meeting Schedule Released Visit the Morningside IRB Office on Tuesdays from 10 00 11 00 am without an appointment When Any Tuesday Where Studebaker Building 615 West 131st Street 3rd Floor Building entrance is on W 132nd Street due to construction Time 10 00 11 00 am Alternatively an appointment may be scheduled More Policy Guidance Refresher Sponsor Investigator Responsibilities When a Principal Investigator PI is acting as a Sponsor Investigator additional consideration must be given as to how compliance with FDA requirements will be maintained The Columbia University FDA Compliance Program for FDA regulated Human Subjects Research outlines the institutional oversight of S I research PGR Archive Information for Research Subjects Research at Columbia University What is the IRB Should I Participate in Research About the HRPP IRB Purpose Scope Responsibilities IRB Roster and Meeting Schedule Quality Improvement Program Compliance Oversight Federalwide Assurance Contact Us Office Location HRPO Staff

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  • ISSO
    Columbia University Notice of Non Discrimination

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  • Index of /itc
    business 22 Apr 2005 12 29 cbme 29 May 1997 17 34 cc 26 Apr 2006 09 21 ccnmtl 05 Sep 2014 13 50 cdm 24 Aug 2007 15 15 ce 12 Jan 2006 13 28 cerc 21 Oct 2014 17 10 chemeng 10 Dec 2001 11 42 chemistry 28 Jul 2009 10 05 classics 19 Jun 2006 09 53 composition 10 Sep 2001 18 24 core 08 Jul 2009 15 54 courseworks 20 May 2004 13 06 cs 09 Jan 2006 19 48 cser 25 May 2001 16 47 eacp 15 Dec 2009 10 54 ealac 14 Apr 2011 14 28 earthinst 08 Jan 2008 16 50 economics 03 Aug 2009 10 34 ee 02 Mar 2000 09 49 eee 21 Jan 2004 10 34 eeeb 28 Jan 2005 09 07 english 07 Feb 2010 14 25 envsci 07 Jan 2002 10 32 errors 19 Feb 2001 13 34 film 16 Jul 2007 12 36 french 12 Sep 2005 16 01 german 22 Oct 2004 13 43 gs 13 Jul 2001 11 24 gsas 15 Apr 2005 15 31 history 18 Sep 2007 12 08 hs 05 Nov 2014 08 34 ieor 21 Jan 2000 13 30 index nof html 07 Apr 2000 14 02 index2 html 03 Apr 2000 12 09 index3 html 20 Jul 1998 12 05 italian 20 Nov 2011 14 54 itcindex html 08 Apr 1999 13 00 journalism 23 Feb 2009 10 53 law 20 Feb 2004 14 55 ldeo 04 Oct 2002 18 30 liberalstudies 24 Jan 2000 13 59 lithum 07 Feb 2005 14 44 mathematics 02 Feb 2000 09 18 mealac 08 Jan 2006 22 56 music 09 Feb 2016 13 58 nursing 29 Oct 1998 12 31 philosophy 25 Sep 2001 10 15 physics 20 Feb 2006 12 37 podcasts

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  • JUAMI
    Research seminars by top materials scientists Fully funded student participation As with the first JUAMI school the JUAMI fellowship program will fund US and African students to attend and participate in the two week school The application process will begin shortly Please check back at this website or at the JUAMI facebook page for the announcement of this exciting program for young materials scientists The upcoming school will be similar to the previous school held in Addis Ababa in December 2012 Check out the links below for stories coverage and photos from that school MRS Bulletin Article Columbia Engineering Newsletter Columbia Spectator Newspaper Article SciBridge U S Organizing Committee Prof Sossina Haile Chair Caltech smhaile caltech edu Prof Simon Billinge Columbia University sb2896 columbia edu and Prof Peter Green University of Michigan pfgreen umich edu What is JUAMI The Joint US Africa Materials Initiative JUAMI founded in 2012 aims to build materials science research and collaborations between the United States and Africa and to develop ties between young materials researchers in both regions through a series of international schools and workshops taught by leading materials science researchers The first JUAMI school was held in Addis Ababa Ethiopia from December 9

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  • The Kermit Project - Columbia University: Secure Scriptable Telnet, FTP, SSH Terminal Emulation and File Transfer Clients
    Read more Kermit software versions All Kermit software programs are built around the Kermit File Transfer Protocol designed at Columbia in 1981 and refined and extended over the years which allows two software programs on each end of a communication connection to transfer both text and binary files correctly and completely Read more In addition many Kermit programs also make connections over various communication media and act as a terminal And in many cases they also include a built in programming language to allow any communication procedure any dialog and any file transfer or management task to be fully automated The most popular Kermit programs are listed in the table below Unless otherwise noted all of these can make TCP IP network connections clear text or secured by Kerberos IV Kerberos V or SSL TLS direct serial port connections and dialed modem connections and can accept incoming connections of all these types They can conduct interactive terminal sessions They can transfer files with Kermit or FTP protocol Those that can make Internet connections support the Telnet Rlogin FTP and HTTP protocols unless otherwise noted Their operation can be automated using the script programming language And they can convert among a wide variety of text character sets in both terminal sessions and file transfer Read more What is Kermit Kermit security methods The Kermit script language The Kermit FTP client Program Link Platform Description Kermit 95 2 1 3 MS Windows IBM OS 2 FAQ Since 1995 Supports all 32 bit versions of Microsoft Windows as well as OS 2 Warp Runs on 64 bit Windows versions in 32 bit mode Emulates over 40 different terminals including VT100 VT220 VT320 ANSI HP IBM Linux Console Sun Console QNX AT386 SCO ANSI SNI 97801 Televideo Wyse and many others Also supports XYZMODEM file transfer and SSH security in addition to Kerberos and SSL TLS As of 30 March 2011 the K95 manual is available online and as of 20 July 2011 the source code is too C Kermit 9 0 302 Unix VMS VOS OS 9 AOS VS others FAQ Since 1985 Supports hundreds of 32 bit and 64 bit Unix varieties Linux Mac OS X Solaris AIX HP UX FreeBSD NetBSD SCO many others as well as VMS on VAX Alpha and IA64 Older versions available for 16 bit Unix versions as well as for other operating systems including Stratus VOS OS 9 AOS VS Atari ST Commodore Amiga and Apple Macintosh The Unix version can make ssh connections using the external Unix SSH client and has optional built in support for SSL TLS and Kerberos security C Kermit is also the basis for Kermit 95 MS DOS Kermit 3 14 3 15 3 16 MS DOS PC DOS Windows 3 x Since 1982 For DOS 2 0 or later and 16 bit Microsoft Windows versions through 3 11 Includes built in TCP IP stack Emulates 15 terminals including DEC VT100 220 320 Data General DASHER Wyse50 ANSI text terminals as

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  • Columbia Kickboxing | Home
    meet twice a week Keep checking the website for times and locations The Columbia University Kickboxing Club was founded in 2002 by Tigran Mikaelyan a student of the School of General Studies CU who was its first President and assistant instructor It first started classes in October of 2002 In the process of its establishment as a permanent club sport at CU the club greatly benefited from Michael Koeckert a

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  • Columbia University Kung Fu Club

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