Senior Associate Provost and Associate Professor of English Suzanne Blum Malley will serve as Columbia's interim senior vice president and provost, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
The Academic Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion office offers an additional Undoing Racism workshop and Unpacking the Undoing Racism follow-up sessions.
Journalism Associate Professor Elio Leturia is nominated for an ALTA Award in the Outstanding Artistic Specialization category for his work in the play "La Muerte y La Doncella".
Congratulations to Alumni Annick Wolkan ’05, Christian Sprenger ’07, Tiffany S. Griffith ’92, Aidy Bryant '09, W. Kamau Bell, and Blake Loughran '18 for their contributions to this year's Emmy Awards.
The Photography Department partners with Heartland Alliance to award the Fellowship in Photographic Arts and Social Issues.
The award is given to one dancer who exhibits "performance excellence and exemplary dedication to the field.”
International conference gathers scholars and industry professionals to explore the state of magazines.
Dance Associate Professor Raquel Monroe and Associate Professor of Art and Art History Folayemi Wilson will co-direct the office.
The distinguished music educator and scholar will begin serving a two-year appointment as interim dean of the School of Fine and Performing Arts.
Alum and former Theatre faculty member David Cromer HDR ’17 directs the musical that has won ten Tony Awards.
Through the grant, Columbia’s Library will engage a dialogue on the American immigrant experience with Edwidge Danticat’s novel "Brother, I’m Dying," with the author visiting in the spring.
Student Patricia Frazier becomes second National Youth Poet Laureate and Chicago's first.
Business and Entrepreneurship faculty member and author Michelle Duster voices the words of her great-grandmother Ida B. Wells in “The Daily” podcast. As part of their ongoing “Overlooked” series, The New York Times published Wells’ obituary more than 85 years after her death.
Columbia students make headlines after winning first and second place at the 2018 National Federation Student Challenge Competition. Video included here.
Waithe is the first African-American woman to win an Emmy for outstanding writing in a comedy series.
The 7th annual juried festival will run November 9-12 and feature more than 40 titles
English and Creative Writing Professor and Dean of Academic Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion published in 'World Literature Today'
The Dance Professor and Dean of the School of Fine and Performing Arts spoke with the Tribune on her current project.
Humanities, History and Social Sciences professor Dominic Pacyga, PhD, will present on the history of Chicago's creative spirit.