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Engineering Smarter Schools
Spotlight | March 10, 2015
An Rx for Information Overload
Launch | January 23, 2015
Visiting a physician friend with stacks of medical journals and no time to read them inspired Sachin Nanavati ’10 to create Docphin, a mobile platform that streamlines access to breaking medical research.
A Storyteller Goes Back to School
Q&A | August 18, 2014
Amanda Kinsey ’12 has produced a film about Columbia University's storied past.
Q&A | July 07, 2014
"To get a venture off the ground, you really just have to start," says serial entrepreneur Drew Patterson '06, whose newest gig is leading hotel search site Room 77.
Read All About It
Q&A | April 28, 2014
In a new book, journalism expert Penelope Muse Abernathy ’86 describes the crisis facing local newspapers in the digital age — and how they can see their way out.
Risk and Reward
Feature | April 22, 2014
We spoke with four alumni CEOs of high-performing companies about their approach to risk. Get inspired to step outside your comfort zone.
Healthy Living 2.0
Feature | April 10, 2014
Startups in the health and wellness space are pioneering innovative ways to boost your health and happiness.
Spotlight | March 24, 2014
Diego Mayer-Cantú ’12 joined the Smithsonian Institution to work on an open data initiative as part of the Presidential Innovation Fellows program, which pairs top innovators from the private sector, nonprofits, and academia with government agencies to collaborate during 6- to 13-month “tours of duty.”
Behind the Buzz
Feature | February 26, 2014
Jon Steinberg ’03, president and COO of BuzzFeed, is an innovator in an ever-changing industry. Catch his remarks at this year’s BRITE conference.
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Attendance at Reunion 2015 Sets New Record
A record-breaking 2,500 alumni, guests, faculty and staff members, and students attended this year’s Reunion Weekend, which took place
April 17–19. This tops last year’s gathering of 2,400 attendees.