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    of University s Rights Contact Us Columbia University Introduction Organization and Governance of the University Officers of Instruction Officers of Research Benefits and Family Services Obligations and Responsibilities of Officers of Instruction and Research Student Officers of Instruction and Research

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/vpaa/handbook/searchresults.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Planning and Institutional Research Office of the Provost
    in West Harlem Essential Policies for the Columbia Community Faculty Handbook Barnard College Office of Planning and Research Teachers College Center for Institutional Studies Main menu Home Statistical Abstract Other Resources Office of the Provost Schools News Help A Z

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  • Statement on Public Access & Accommodation | Columbia University in the City of New York
    Admissions Schools Departments Financial Aid Areas of Study Academics Schools Departments Centers Areas of Study Research News Resources Centers Libraries Locations Catalogs E Resources Request It Ask a Librarian Services Medical Center Research Education Patient Care Newsroom Giving Impact Gift Guide Ways to Give Give Online Arts Athletics Columbia Global Resources for Students Faculty Staff Alumni Community Careers Learning CAA Email Neighbors Programs Administration Jobs Manhattanville Campus Plan New Buildings

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  • Copyright | Columbia University in the City of New York
    1919 Fax 212 662 6442 Content of Notices The DMCA requires that such notices of alleged copyright infringement be in writing In order for the University to take any action on the basis of your notice the written communication must include the following information Identification of the copyrighted work or works claimed to have been infringed If multiple works are allegedly being infringed at a single site please provide a representative list of such works A description of the material that is claimed to be infringing and information sufficient to permit Columbia s agent to locate the material Contact information for you including your address telephone number and or email address A statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner the owner s agent or by the law A statement by you that the information in the notification is accurate and under penalty of perjury you are authorized on behalf of the owner to enforce the copyrights that are claimed to be infringed A physical or electronic signature of the copyright owner or the person authorized to act on behalf of the rights owner The University will not be able to act promptly on your complaint or at all if you do not provide all of the information listed above Further Information For more information on U S Copyright Law and the DMCA visit www copyright gov To learn more about Columbia University s acceptable use and copyright policies go to http cuit columbia edu cuit it policies and http policylibrary columbia edu copyright information network users For information about copyright in connection with teaching and research activities please visit www copyright columbia edu About History Administration Statistics Facts Visiting

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  • Self-guided Walking Tour | Columbia University in the City of New York
    Google Reader Bloglines Juice or others click on the RSS button to subscribe to the podcast If your feed reader is not automatically launched simply copy the URL and paste in into your feed reader application to subscribe Download Individual Files mp3 TITLE DESCRIPTION Introduction 1 1 MB The tour is introduced by Andrew Dolkart an architectural historian of New York Columbia professor and author of a book on Morningside Heights Low Library Vestibule The Low Library vestibule is the grand high ceilinged space outside the Visitors Center decorated with a statue of Athena and other traditional symbols of learning Low Library Rotunda Topped by a dome designed to recall the Pantheon in Rome the Low Library rotunda was originally used as a reading room when the building served as a library Plaza in Front of Low Memorial Library 1 8 MB The plaza affords an excellent view of architect Charles McKim s design for the Columbia campus as well as Daniel Chester French s statue Alma Mater Lewisohn Hall Walking past Dodge Hall the former business school Professor Dolkart points out Lewisohn Hall designed by architect Arnold Bruner in the style that Charles McKim had established for the campus Earl Hall Professor Dolkart describes Earl Hall one of the most prominent buildings on campus and also discusses the campus landscaping Mathematics Hall and Havemeyer Hall Dating from the 1890s Mathematics and Havemeyer halls are two of the earliest buildings on campus Havemeyer Hall Room 309 Room 309 the only intact nineteenth century lecture hall at Columbia is frequently used as a set for feature films including Malcolm X Kinsey and Spider Man 2 Uris Hall Uris Hall the home of Columbia School of Business was controversial when built in the early 1960s Avery Hall Avery Hall was designed by McKim Mead White and is home to the world s greatest architecture library Courtyard Behind Avery The courtyard links four campus buildings Campus level entrances to these and many other Columbia buildings are actually on the third floor since Columbia is built on a platform several stories above street level St Paul s Chapel Exterior 1 1 MB St Paul s Chapel designed by I N Phelps Stokes as a young architect is a masterpiece of early twentieth century American religious architecture St Paul s Chapel Interior 1 3 MB The interior of St Paul s Chapel features furniture carved in Florence and stained glass designed by Maitland Armstrong and John La Farge St Paul s Chapel Guastavino Tile St Paul s church uses Guastavino structural vaulting a patented system of tiles created by Spanish builder Rafael Guastavino who immigrated to the United States in the late nineteenth century Buell Hall Buell Hall is the only building that remains from the nineteenth century asylum that stood on the site of the Columbia campus Kent Hall Kent Hall originally the home of the law school contains a library modeled after the library at Trinity College Cambridge with a stained glass image

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  • Morningside Heights Campus | Columbia University in the City of New York
    Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D C About History Administration Statistics Facts Visiting Admissions Schools Departments Financial Aid Areas of Study Academics Schools Departments Centers Areas of Study Research News Resources Centers Libraries Locations Catalogs E Resources Request It Ask a Librarian Services Medical Center Research Education Patient Care Newsroom Giving Impact Gift Guide Ways to Give Give Online Arts Athletics Columbia Global Resources for Students Faculty Staff

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  • Morningside Heights | Columbia University in the City of New York
    West 41st Street Turn right onto 12th Avenue the Henry Hudson Parkway From the Parkway take the West 96th Street exit Merge onto 96th Street and turn left onto Broadway Continue to West 116th Street University main gate is on right The main gate is not open to vehicular traffic By Car From Southern Manhattan or Brooklyn Take the Henry Hudson Parkway Route 9A north Exit the Parkway at 125th Street Turn right onto 125th Street Turn right onto Broadway and continue south to 116th Street University main gate is on the left The main gate is not open to vehicular traffic By Car From Long Island Take the Long Island Expressway or the Grand Central Parkway west to the Triborough RFK Bridge 5 50 cash toll to Manhattan Follow 125th Street westward 12 blocks to Broadway which is under an elevated subway structure Turn left onto Broadway and continue south to 116th Street University main gate is on the left The main gate is not open to vehicular traffic By Car From the New York Area Airports From LaGuardia Take the Grand Central Parkway west to the Triborough RFK Bridge 5 50 cash toll to Manhattan Follow 125th Street westward 12 blocks to Broadway Turn left onto Broadway which is under an elevated subway structure and continue south to 116th Street University main gate is on the left The main gate is not open to vehicular traffic From John F Kennedy Take the Van Wyck Expressway I 678 northeast to the Grand Central Parkway Exit 10 toward La Guardia Airport and the Triborough RFK Bridge Cross the bridge 5 50 cash toll into Manhattan Follow 125th Street westward 12 blocks to Broadway which is under an elevated subway structure Turn left onto Broadway and continue south to 116th Street University main gate is on the left The main gate is not open to vehicular traffic From Newark Follow directions under By Car From the South or West above By Train or Bus Trains to New York arrive at Grand Central Station or Pennsylvania Station buses stop at the Port Authority Bus Terminal Visitors arriving at these stations can take either public transportation or a taxi north to the campus By New York City Public Transportation Five bus lines M4 M5 M11 M60 M104 and one subway line the No 1 local serve the Columbia neighborhood The Columbia stop for the buses and the subway is 116th Street The M60 bus is a direct link between campus and LaGuardia Airport Do not use the Nos 2 and 3 express subway trains which follow a different route and do not stop at Columbia University If you take the No 2 or 3 transfer at 96th Street to the No 1 local train Maps of bus and subway routes are available on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority website By Air For visitors coming into La Guardia John F Kennedy or Newark airports taxi service is available to the campus about 25 from LaGuardia

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