Festival highlights films created by and featuring traditionally under-represented individuals from diverse backgrounds around the world
Associate Chair of English Department and Faculty Administrative Fellow Ames Hawkins, Ph.D., takes on new faculty support role; first position of its kind at the college
First appointment of its kind at the college, new position will advance diversity, equity, and inclusion through curriculum development; cabinet-level position will also serve as special advisor to the president on college-wide policies
University of Wisconsin-MIlwaukee's Jerry Tarrer Brings Substantial Experience in Complex Higher Education Finance
Kansas State University Associate Provost for International Programs, Marcelo Sabatés, Ph.D., to assume duties early Spring 2017.
Columbia College Chicago’s Board of Trustees elected trustee William (“Bill”) Wolf, partner at KDWC Ventures, as the new chair of the Board of Trustees at the final board meeting of the college’s 2015-16 academic year.
International and local artists to install more than 40,000 square feet of new building murals in Chicago's South Loop neighborhood.
Consulate General of the Czech Republic to present sculpture and commemorate Havel’s life and work
Jane Lynch, Diane Warren, Tracy K. Smith, Paul Garnes, and Carlos Tortolero
Columbia College Chicago has named Eric Freedman, Ph.D., as its new dean of the School of Media Arts. Freedman will assume the role of dean as well as professor in Cinema Art and Science on July 1.
Ambitious program seeks to guarantee access to higher education for Chicago Public Schools graduates.
Department of Creative Writing Fall 2015 Reading Series
The Columbia College Chicago Department of Exhibitions Performance and Student Spaces (DEPS) is pleased to present Muse, an exhibition of work by photographer Niki Grangruth (MFA '09) and multimedia artist James Kinser (MA '05). The collaborators were selected for the inaugural eight-week Summer Alumni Residency Program.
With 31 works by artists from Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, France and the United States, Papercuts transforms the ancient technique of paper cutting from 6th century China into bold, contemporary statements on international historical, cultural and personal identity.