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The national annual Lyme and Tick Borne Disease Conference sponsored by Columbia University and the Lyme Disease Association will be held in Boston on Friday, October 26, 2007.
Columbia University & Lyme Disease Association's 6th Annual Lyme Disease Conference scheduled for October 28, 2005 in Philadelphia.
Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons and The Lyme Disease Foundation’s 16th International Scientific Conference on Lyme Disease and Tick-Borne Disorders (June 7th and 8th, 2003)
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 The Department of Music at Columbia University | Founded in 1896   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Department of Music at Columbia University is pleased to announce two Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowships, to begin in September 2008.
The award, which carries a cash prize of $200,000 and is administered by the University of Louisville, alma mater of its namesake, is among the most prestigious for composers in academe.
The Department of Music at Columbia University announces a full-time non-tenured position in Music Composition and Theory, at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin 1 July 2007.
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 Columbia University president slams Ahmadinejad - CNN.com
Columbia University president, Lee Bollinger, excoriated Iran's leader Monday.
"In a university environment we must allow people to speak their mind, to allow everyone to talk so that the truth is eventually revealed by all," he said.
Tajbakhsh, a Columbia graduate, will be offered a position as visiting professor of urban planning as soon as Iran lets him leave the country, he said.
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 Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Home Page
Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory has established a $3 million endowment to further its cutting-edge work in designing new scientific instruments to study waves, winds, earthquakes and other natural phenomena.
Columbia University mourns the passing of Gary Comer, whose foundation donated $18 million to build the state-of-the-art geochemistry building.
This bottom pressure recorder uses a paroscientific pressure gauge to monitor changes in the depth of the seafloor because of volcanism and the movement of magma.
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 President Ahmadinejad Delivers Remarks at Columbia University - washingtonpost.com
In a university environment we must allow people to speak their mind, to allow everyone to talk so that the truth is eventually revealed by all.
University faculty and students that the university decides, or the student associations choose and select are welcome to come.
I had heard that many politicians in the United States are trained in Columbia University.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/content/article/2007/09/24/AR2007092401042.html   (6826 words)

  
 www.kansascity.com | 09/24/2007 | Iranian leader gets turbulent reception at Columbia University
On Monday at Columbia University, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad questioned the Holocaust, said Iran has no homosexuals and denounced the U.S. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was greeted with student protests and withering public criticism Monday during a visit to Columbia University.
Speaking to students and faculty at Columbia a day ahead of his scheduled address to the U.N. General Assembly, the hard-line Iranian president defended his government’s human-rights record, denounced Israel and rejected U.S. efforts to restrict Iran’s nuclear program.
The university president’s caustic comments were met with cheers and sustained applause from the roughly 700 people in the audience, most of them students.
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 EurasiaNet Eurasia Insight - Visits of Turkmen, Iranian Leaders Put Columbia University in the Spotlight
The Columbia president also attacked Ahmadinejad on a personal level, calling him a "petty and cruel dictator," and suggesting that he was either "brazenly provocative or astonishingly uneducated."
Bollinger and the university last week came under heavy criticism for the decision to invite Ahmadinejad to speak at the university.
To many in the audience, the university president’s verbal ambush appeared designed more to shield himself from further attacks than to advance any civil society agenda.
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  FOXNews.com - Columbia University Mum on Inflammatory Iranian Ambassador - International News | News of the World | ...
NEW YORK —; Two days after a controversial Iranian ambassador outraged Columbia University students by saying Palestinians are suffering because of the Holocaust, the Ivy League school remained mum on the incident.
Columbia said Friday it wasn't commenting on the inflammatory appearance of Javad Zarif Wednesday night, during which Iran's ambassador to the United Nations got into a verbal scuffle with some audience members for statements he made about the Holocaust.
The university cited the fact that the event was sponsored by a student group — an international studies organization called Toward Reconciliation — as the reason for its silence.
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  Columbia University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Columbia University is a private university whose main campus lies in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of the Borough of Manhattan in New York City.
Columbia Law School was founded in 1858, and in 1864 the School of Mines, the country's first such institution and the precursor to today's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, was established.
Barnard College for women, established by the eponymous Columbia president, was established in 1889; the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons came under the aegis of the University in 1891, followed by Teachers College in 1893.
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 Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism is one of the most prestigious schools of journalism in the United States.
Regardless, Pulitzer left the university $2 million in his will, which led to the creation of a journalism school at Columbia in 1912.
More recently, Columbia University president Lee Bollinger suspended the search for a new Dean in 2003 and formed a committee to re-evaluate the School’s core mission, which many had derided for being too centered on craft at the expense of theory.
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 The Columbia University 'Miracle' Study: Flawed and Fraud (Skeptical Inquirer September 2004)
Columbia University issued a news release claiming that the remarkable study had several safeguards in place to eliminate bias and that the study itself was carefully designed to eliminate bias (3).
Yet the Columbia University study claimed to have demonstrated, in a carefully designed randomized controlled trial, that distant prayer by anonymous prayer groups increased the success rate of IVF by an astounding 100 percent (2).
For both Columbia University and the JRM, the only honorable solution to this scandal is to fully and publicly disclose their mistakes and apologize for the attempted cover-up.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Columbia University
Columbia University, formerly known as Portland University, is located on the east bank of the Willamette River in northern Portland, and is conducted by the Congregation of Holy Cross, whose mother-house is at Notre Dame, Indiana.
In 1898 Portland University, conducted by a local Methodist association, failed and was obliged to close its doors.
In 1909 the university was incorporated under the laws of Oregon, and empowered to teach collegiate and university courses and to confer certificates, diplomas, honours, and degrees in the arts, sciences, philology, literature, history, mathematics, and other university branches.
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 Columbia Plasma Physics Laboratory
The Columbia Linear Machine (CLM) studies collisionless plasma instabilities, plasma transport, and active feedback stabilization of plasma instabilities.
The Columbia Non-Neutral Torus is a tabletop stellarator which is the first investigation of non-neutral plasmas confined on magnetic surfaces.
As a major university research center in controlled fusion research, Columbia's laboratory is very well-equipped with laser and magnetic plasma diagnostics as well as a wide array of computers.
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 Graduate Programs at Columbia University
Columbia University in the City of New York's M.A. program in Anthropology is designed for those who wish to improve their particular professional competence, but who intend only to pursue the M.A. degree.
The various disciplines comprising Jewish studies at Columbia University are based in four departments: Jewish history in the Department of History; Hebrew language and literature in the Department of Middle East Languages and Cultures; Yiddish studies in the Department of Germanic Languages; and the study of Judaism in the Department of Religion.
Columbia's M.A. in modern art in critical studies is designed to explore issues of historical and critical method by focusing on them through the lens of a particular area of concern within the modernist field.
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 Columbia University Astronomy and Astrophysics
Astronomy was first taught at Columbia in 1757 and, during the intervening 247 years, has formed an important part of the University's curriculum, both as a discipline in which new scholars are trained, and as an introduction to the methodologies and perspectives of science for students pursuing other areas of inquiry.
Columbia's first telescope was lent to George Washington for use in the Battle of Long Island; both the telescope and the battle were lost.
The Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory, a joint endeavor involving the Astronomy and Physics Departments, has extensive experience in the design and construction of new astronomical instruments for rocket, satellite and Space Shuttle missions as well as ground-based telescopes.
www.astro.columbia.edu /~djh/graduate-program.html   (1904 words)

  
 Fellowships
We help students with all aspects of applying for fellowships—from ascertaining the best scholarships given a student’s unique background and areas of intellectual and professional interest, to working on drafts of the application, to preparing for interviews.
This fellowship is awarded to up to two graduating seniors in Columbia College; it provides financial support to College alumni undertaking advanced study.
If you have applied, or are planning to apply, to the Columbia Law School, you may be eligible for a Holthusen-Schindler Scholarship.
www.studentaffairs.columbia.edu /fellowships   (507 words)

  
 Columbia University Office of Undergraduate Admissions - Events
Ask current Columbia undergraduates about campus life, academics, internships, study abroad, and what it's like to be a student in New York City by visiting our Message Board.
Columbia sponsors an endless number of on and off-campus events, many for prospective students and their families.
The University is in the process of incorporating a greater range of events into the Calendar and because of the University’s size and the recent introduction of the UEC, there are many events taking place on campus that are not posted.
www.studentaffairs.columbia.edu /admissions/events   (356 words)

  
 The Center for Korean Legal Studies
With the establishment of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, Columbia Law School became the first American law school to have a center dedicated to the study of Korean law.
The Center for Korean Legal Studies, directed by Jeong-Ho Roh, was established at Columbia Law School in 1994 with grants from Hankook Tire Group and the Korea Foundation.
Columbia Law School's Center for Korean Legal Studies is the only center devoted entirely to the study of both the South and North Korean legal systems.
www.law.columbia.edu /center_program/korean_legal   (247 words)

  
 New Observations on Shape of Ocean Mountain Ranges Turn an Old Idea Upside Down -- The Earth Institute at Columbia ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
This week in the journal Nature, scientists at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory describe new findings that challenge current thinking about how the silhouette of the mile’s high deepwater ridge is formed.
The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, a member of The Earth Institute at Columbia University, is one of the world’s leading research centers examining the planet from its core to its atmosphere, across every continent and every ocean.
The Earth Institute at Columbia University is among the world’s leading academic centers for the integrated study of Earth, its environment, and society.
www.earth.columbia.edu /news/2004/story06-18-04.html   (861 words)

  
 Office of Communications & External Relations - Columbia University Medical Center
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have successfully restored normal memory and synaptic function in mice suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Scott Hammer of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University Medical Center has led the development of two important new guidelines for treatment of HIV, from the International AIDS Society and the World Health Organization.
Antidepressant medications may be associated with suicide attempts and death in severely depressed children and adolescents but not in adults, according to Columbia University Medical Center research published in the August issue of the Archives of General Psychiatry.
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 Columbia University Divestment Campaign   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Deeply concerned about the brutality of Israeli military rule over Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, a group of Columbia and Barnard faculty have decided that, like our colleagues at Princeton, Harvard, MIT, Tufts, University of California, and the University of Pennsylvania, we should not remain silent.
We are convinced that pursuing a military solution to what is, at heart, a political problem, can only serve to escalate the conflict and create more human suffering for all.
We urge members of the Columbia University community to join this campaign by signing the petition.
www.columbiadivest.org   (0 words)

  
 Columbia University : School of Continuing Education : Master Degree : Communications : Business : New York City NYC : ...
Columbia University : School of Continuing Education : Master Degree : Communications : Business : New York City NYC : Executive Education : Professional Development
The School of Continuing Education mounts innovative instructional programs unavailable elsewhere at the university that meet Columbia’s standard of excellence and take the best advantage of its resources.
We offer master's degrees, courses for advancement and graduate school prep, summer courses, high school programs, and a program for learning English as a second language.
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 Columbia University Club of New York: Home Page
Located at 15 West 43rd Street in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the Columbia University Club of New York offers membership to alumni from all divisions of Columbia University (including Barnard and Teachers College) as well as to all current Columbia faculty, administrators, graduate and undergraduate students, and Columbia certificate holders.
Parents and children of Columbia alumni and current students are also eligible to become members.
The Columbia University Club is proud to offer its members a host of excellent services.
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 CS@CU Home
Established in 1979, the Department of Computer Science is located within the tree-lined Morningside campus on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Drawing upon Columbia's tradition of research and teaching excellence, the department of 32 faculty and 600 students works closely together in an open, collegial atmosphere.
Columbia University Department of Computer Science / Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science
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 Columbia university - Columbia University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
It is headquartered at Columbia University and is part of the Earth Institute.
Columbia University Center for Career Education Learn about the relationship between what you do at Columbia and life after graduation.
Columbia University and the NSF Center for Electron Transport in With this important task in mind, The Columbia University Nanocenter's goal is to
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