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  • The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    This End 1962 Acrylic on canvas 8 X 11 20 32 x 27 94 The Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles partial and promised gift of Blake Byrne 2015 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc Artists Rights Society ARS New York The Wallach Art Gallery is grateful to its generous supporters Gallery Location Schermerhorn Hall 8th Floor Enter the main campus at 116th St and Broadway Gallery

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/wallach/ (2016-02-12)
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  • LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
    Shahzia Sikander Kiki Smith Sarah Sze Rirkrit Tiravanija Tomas Vu Kara Walker Heimo Wallner Paula Wilson Terry Winters Craig Zammiello Columbia University News LeRoy Neiman s Gift News Prints in Exhibitions Representation at Art Fairs In the Press Copyright Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York Artists David Altmejd Gregory Amenoff Ghada Amer Reza Farkhondeh Polly Apfelbaum Sanford Biggers Cecily Brown Phong Bui Klaus Bürgel Ernesto Caivano

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/arts/neiman/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia University – Celebrating Black History Month
    de licenciatura en ingeniería arquitectónica de la Universidad de Illinois en Urbana Champaign Crédito de la foto Universidad de Illinois Archivos Photo Credit University of Illinois Archives Constance Baker Motley 1921 2005 Law School 1946 2003 Como abogado asociado de NAACP Legal Defense Fund una de los escritores de los expedientes en el prominente caso que marco la terminación en la segregación escolar Motley ganó 9 de los 10 casos sobre los derechos civil que ella presento enfrente la corte Photo Credit Timothy Greenfield Sanders James Howard Meredith 1933 Law School 1968 En el otoño de 1962 a los 29 años de edad el veterano de la Fuerza Aérea James Meredith definio de derechos civiles cuando se matriculó como estudiante de primer afroamericano en la Universidad de Mississippi que desató un motín que dejó dos muertos y decenas de heridos Después de graduarse un año más tarde continuó defendiendo los derechos de los afroamericanos Crédito de la foto Universidad de Chris Meyer Indiana Langston Hughes 1902 67 School of Engineering and Applied Science student 1921 22 Proclamado en su tiempo como el poeta laureado de Harlem Hughes narra la vida del afroamericano en una variedad de formas su obra refleja los ritmos del jazz que él absorbió y apreció en los clubes de Nueva York durante la década de 1920 Crédito de la foto Universidad Manny Warman Columbia Marie Maynard Daly 1921 2003 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 1947 En 1947 Daly se convirtió en la primera mujer afroamericana en obtener un doctorado en química Ella investigó los efectos del colesterol azúcares y otros nutrientes en el corazón Daly también enseñó bioquímica en la Facultad de Médicos y Cirujanos de Columbia Crédito de la foto Queens College Maurice V Russell 1923 98 School of Social Work 1950 Teachers College 1964 Durante su carrera de más de 40 años Russell enseñó y dirigió los servicios sociales en varias instituciones de Nueva York Se le atribuye el establecimiento del primer departamento profesional de trabajo social en el Hospital de Harlem Fue miembro del consejo de Columbia desde 1987 hasta 1995 Crédito de la foto Eileen Barroso Universidad de Columbia M Moran Weston II 1910 2002 Columbia College 1930 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 1940 1969 El rector de largo plazo de una de las iglesias más importantes de Harlem Weston fue cofundador de Carver Federal Savings Bank la mayor institución financiera independiente en los Estados Unidos propiedad de afroamericanos y que siempre proporcionó vivienda accesible para miles de neoyorquinos Weston fue también el primer miembro del consejo afroamericano de la Universidad Foto crédito Columbia University Archives Paul Robeson 1898 1976 Law School 1923 Uno de los más prominentes y políticamente controvertidos afroamericanos de los años 1930 y 1940 Robeson ganó la aclamación crítica y popular por su escenario y papeles de la pantalla Fue como un cantante de concierto sin embargo que obtuvo su mayor fama Foto de Crédito Universidad Metropolitana Oficina Musical Columbia Archives Shirley Anita St Hill Chisholm

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  • Office of the President | Columbia University in the City of New York
    official statements commencement speeches and other significant addresses Senior Executive Staff Statements Speeches Five Year Report History For more than 250 years Columbia has been a leader in higher education in the nation and around the world At the core of our wide range of academic inquiry is the commitment to attract and engage the best minds in pursuit of greater human understanding pioneering new discoveries and service to society Contact Us Find contact information for the Office of the President Key Initiatives Manhattanville in West Harlem World Leaders Forum Arts Initiative Columbia Global Centers Community Engagement University Events Columbia University s 259th Commencement took place on Wednesday May 22 on the Morningside Campus 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 Alumni Community Careers Learning CAA Email Neighbors Programs Administration Jobs Manhattanville Campus Plan New Buildings Community Construction 116th Street and Broadway New York NY 10027

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/node/6387.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Special Advisor to the President | Columbia University in the City of New York
    higher education the Columbia Campaign which raised nearly 4 billion from 2004 to 2010 Other highlights during her tenure include the creation of the University wide Columbia Alumni Association the opening of the Columbia Alumni Center and Columbia s 250th anniversary celebration during the 2003 2004 academic year In 2011 she received an Alumni Medal in recognition of her outstanding service to Columbia and contributions to the University community Feagin has spent more than 35 years in development and alumni relations at Columbia University Harvard University and the University of Michigan and has had leadership roles in three major university development campaigns From 1982 to 1987 she directed the Arts and Sciences component of Columbia s University Campaign In 1990 she was appointed the first associate dean for development in Harvard s Faculty of Arts and Sciences and then was named director of university development at Harvard in 1996 Before rejoining Columbia she was vice President for development at the University of Michigan In 1974 Feagin received a bachelor of arts degree cum laude from Columbia University s School of General Studies and in the same year joined the Columbia University development office She served on the School of General Studies Advisory Council until 2002 and received the General Studies Owl award for alumni volunteerism in 1998 She is currently a member of the Undergraduate Campaign Council for the Columbia Campaign and also sits on the advisory board for Village Health Works 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

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  • Complete Staff Listing Office of Communications and Public Affairs Executive Vice President David M Stone David M Stone was appointed Executive Vice President for Communications in March 2006 David s experience spans a wide range of professional realms Over the past two decades he has served in state and federal government and worked as a lawyer public affairs television producer writer and strategic communications consultant for a variety of media education government and mission driven organizations Before coming to Columbia David worked as a consultant on executive communications and community outreach for the University of Pennsylvania including Penn s civic partnership with West Philadelphia and was an adviser to Princeton University s Policy Research Institute for the Region at the Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs He previously served as deputy chief of staff and communications director for Pennsylvania Governor Robert P Casey and United States Senator Harris Wofford As an independent producer and consultant David worked with such organizations as PBS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene the New York City Department of Education The Pew Charitable Trusts the Markle Foundation The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency the National Community Development Initiative the Corporation for National Service and the Peace Corps He was also a writer of historical documentaries for CBS News Productions as well as a consulting producer for the Sundance award winning HBO documentary Blue Vinyl and the Vaclav Havel Human Rights Award winning documentary Total Denial David s many articles on media and politics have been published in The New York Times The Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia Daily News Pittsburgh Post Gazette and the journal Tikkun He has been a guest lecturer at the University of

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  • 038 2 161 2 213 2 319 2 394 MORNINGSIDE GRADUATE PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 12 025 12 312 12 588 13 120 13 496 13 744 13 942 14 239 14 578 14 731 Architecture Planning Preservation 708 698 729 768 793 813 778 786 788 706 Arts 785 824 832 873 854 858 872 838 841 852 Business 1 993 1 983 1 977 2 079 2 107 2 188 2 205 2 146 2 152 2 207 Engineering 1 550 1 695 1 916 2 027 2 162 2 400 2 646 2 885 3 101 3 263 Graduate School of Arts Sciences 3 073 3 082 3 073 3 088 3 185 3 186 3 240 3 329 3 460 3 489 International Public Affairs 1 238 1 298 1 272 1 275 1 354 1 349 1 251 1 352 1 410 1 333 Journalism 381 406 382 447 399 422 434 401 392 434 Law 1 504 1 500 1 533 1 627 1 669 1 640 1 606 1 568 1 528 1 547 Social Work 793 826 874 936 973 888 910 934 906 900 MEDICAL CENTER GRADUATE SCHOOLS 3 381 3 442 3 397 3 519 3 987 4 089 4 278 4 329 4 355 4 426 College of Physicians Surgeons 1 413 1 423 1 401 1 402 1 757 1 772 1 939 1 931 1 797 1 808 Dental Medicine 416 400 381 393 403 412 422 422 420 421 Nursing 584 597 567 614 576 613 624 641 700 764 Public Health 968 1 022 1 048 1 110 1 251 1 292 1 293 1 335 1 438 1 433 CONTINUING EDUCATION AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS 1 932 1 938 2 056 2 095 2 237 2 285

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/opir/abstract/opir_enrollment_history_1.htm (2016-02-12)
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