Columbia has been ranked fourth place in U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of National Universities for the fourth year in a row. Princeton was ranked first this year, followed by Harvard (second) and Yale (third). Stanford University and the University of Chicago tied for fifth; Duke University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Pennsylvania tied for seventh; California Institute of Technology and Dartmouth College tied for tenth place.
Columbia College students were honored with awards, prizes and fellowships at the annual Columbia College Academic Awards and Prizes Ceremony on May 20.
The Center for Career Education, in conjunction with Columbia Entrepreneurship, the Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs, the Columbia Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) at Columbia Business School, and the Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering are hosting Jack Dorsey, founder of Square and Twitter, on Monday, Sept. 16, at what will be the largest entrepreneurship event in Columbia University history.
The OGP Fellowships Office welcomes Dr. Craig Harwood, director of the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships Program, for an informational overview of these opportunities on Thursday, April 3, at 12:00 noon in Kent Hall 606. Bring your questions and an appetite--refreshments will be served.
(Soros Fellowships for New Americans provide tuition and stipend assistance up to $90,000 for graduate study in the U.S. See www.pdsoros.org for additional program information.)
Read more about the College's new initiative to increase support for financial aid – the largest in school history.