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Sociology Professor Tey Meadow began researching transgender children almost 15 years ago, a time when little information was available about trans kids. She shares how what drew her to the subject, her path to academia, and more. | @dr_tey
Access to quality of gender-affirming #healthcare has improved since it first became available in the U.S in the late 1960s. “It’s lifesaving to have access to such medical interventions as #hormonetherapy and surgery," #ColumbiaMed’s Dr. Bockting says.
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Our campus in the city 💙 📷 Sungyoon Lim@CC_Columbiaia’241O
Serotonin is activated not just by pleasant events but painful ones too, finds psychiatry Professor @BradleyRMiller. The “feel good” chemical is activated by the “intensity of events, whether they are positive or negative,” he says. @NeuroCellPress
.@Columbia Climate School @LamontEarth climate scientist @SCamargo says goal of study was to put all existing evidence together on how #climatechange is changing tropical cyclones to try to "breach the uncertainty — or make it a little smaller." Via @CNN.…
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Join the Libraries & the @Columbia & Slavery Project today at 4pm for a discussion of research into Samuel Bard, a prominent physician & enslaver whose name was removed from a campus building in August 2020. Learn more:…
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It’s Primary Day! 🗳️ Head to the polls between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. to vote in the primary elections for governor, lieutenant governor, state assembly, and other local races. Get the details on how to vote and how to learn about
In just one week, James J. Valentini will step down after more than a decade as dean of Columbia College and vice president for undergraduate education. Get to know the man at the helm of the "greatest college in the greatest university in the greatest city in the world."
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🌈 TODAY at 12pm ET – Take action in support of LGBTQIA+ rights, especially the Equality Act, during our special#TCTakeActionn workshop. Learn more about how you can reach out to legislators to support of the LGBTQIA+ community. Registration required. ⬇️…D
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How does sociology Professor Tey Meadow (@BarnardCollege’99) decide on what research she will conduct? “The short answer?” she said. “I just follow my curiosity.” | @dr_tey
Can’t knock on doors before New York’s primary election tomorrow? No problem, says @DataSciColumbia postdoc Aaron Schein—his research suggests texting a friend to remind them to vote could be even more effective.
The 2023 #Pulitzer competition for Books is now open, and includes a new category for a distinguished memoir or autobiography by an American author. For more information, click here. #ThursdayMotivation…
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Reminder: Election Day is tomorrow! Polls are open tomorrow from 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Find your poll site: #VoteNYC
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This month, 31 junior faculty members at Columbia who received grants for contributing to the diversity goals of the university through their research, teaching, and mentoring activities met with university leaders and shared their research. Thank you for your leadership!…
Today is National HIV Testing Day – learn ways to promote testing and access treatment at @Columbia. Link:
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In a new @NEJM article, #ColumbiaMSPH Prof. Frederica Perera (@CCCEHColumbia) and Kari Nadeau of @StanfordMed warn that the fetus, infant, and child are uniquely vulnerable to climate-related impacts of air pollution. #inequalities #publichealth #climate
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A neurobiologist, @IshmailSaboor will explore how the brain processes the physical sensation and emotional experience of pain in his lab. In February, he shared his interest in the subject and offered advice to aspiring Black scientists. @ZuckermanBrain
Congratulations to @IshmailSaboor, principal investigator at @ZuckermanBrain and assistant professor at Columbia, for being named a @pewtrusts Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences! 🌟…0
During the #HarlemRenaissance, the Black LGBTQ+ community found many spaces that not just sheltered them but allowed them to explore and express their identities. Learn about those spaces, many of which are now gone, from @ColumbiaGSAPP's @QSAPP_:
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Katrina Armstrong, CEO of #ColumbiaMed, shares the following in the wake of today's #SCOTUS decision overturning #RoeVWade.
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Our experts react to the #SCOTUS decision on #RoeVsWade, which will result in the loss of abortion services to millions. Check out the Q&A for more quotes from @ColumbiaPopFam faculty @TerryMMcGovern, @stephgrilo, and Kelli Hall. #AbortionIsHealthcare
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Columbia Health reaffirms its commitment to supporting students in accessing the information and care they need related to their reproductive rights. Learn more:
On June 28, the first of two New York City primaries this summer will take place. Here's what you need to know to make sure your voice is heard in an election where the governor, lieutenant governor, state assembly members, and judges are on the ballot.
@Columbia and @BarnardCollege student-athletes discuss the impact #TitleIX has today and for future generations of athletes🦁 #TitleIX500#RoarLionRoarrI
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“I know firsthand how difficult it can be to survive prison and succeed afterward.” Jarrell Daniels ‘22GS saw a @Columbia education as his way forward after incarceration. Now, he continues to advocate for institutional and justice system reform.
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Cutting-edge experiments need cutting-edge parts . . . that often don’t exist yet. At the Columbia Physics Design Laboratory, faculty and graduate students now have a DIY space to imagine the future and build the parts to get there. @PhysicsColumbia
In a recent conversation, @ProfKFranke shared her thoughts on issues such as abortion, gender equality, religious liberty, and reparations for Black Americans—as well as how being an LGBTQ+ professor has changed over the course of her academic career.
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NEWS: @LibnOfCongress Carla Hayden has announced that historian George Chauncey will receive the 2022 John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity. He is the first scholar in LGBTQ+ studies to receive the #KlugePrize.…
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Two #COVID19 vaccines are now available for kids under age 5 - #Pfizer’s three-dose and #Moderna’s two-dose. #ColumbiaMed’s Dr. Melissa Stockwell answers common questions relating to safety and effectiveness. cc: @KidsAtColumbia
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“Salon Baron: The Past and Future of Jewish Studies in America,” the new book edited by @CUHistoryDept Professor Rebecca Kobrin, examines the multifaceted, pioneering Jewish scholar and his unparalleled influence on what it meant to study the Jewish past.
Staff and students at @ColumbiaSIG commemorate #Pride with personal reflections on what the month means to them. Read about @iamyglee’s journey from the South Korean military to @ColumbiaSSW in his own words:
It’s the first day of summer on campus and the vibes are immaculate ☀️🌳�…i2
“The hard reality is that if Europe wants to eliminate dependence on Russia, it is going to need some alternative sources of oil and gas for a period of time while it transitions.” @JasonBordoff comments in @nytimes:
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Share your thoughts on Columbia University’s next president. The trustees welcome nominations and input from faculty, students, staff, alumni, and other friends of the university. Submit your response by June 24:
Here comes the sun/summer 🌻 Shout-out to the Barnard facilities team for keeping our grounds so beautiful all year round! 📸 Carrie Glasser, CommunicationIc
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💫 Columbia PhD student Luhuan Lu shares how statistics can make the stars in distant galaxies easier to see, her secret for taking stunning travel photos, and how her favorite concept in statistics “provides a way of simplifying a chaotic world.”
"We should've started taking action decades ago. That's the best time. The 2nd-best time is now,” says @Columbia Climate School/former @NASAGISS climate scientist @DrJamesEHansen, petitioning @EPA to regulate carbon as toxic substance. Via @washingtonpost.…
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The U.S. Supreme Court could decide the future of Roe v. Wade in an upcoming decision. Anindita Dasgupta, a scholar at @ColumbiaSSW, weighs in on how this might impact reproductive rights across the country.
Polls are open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. for Early Voting today! Have you made plans to vote early in the June Primary? Find your early voting site: #VoteNYC
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Columbia recognizes Juneteenth with a day off for faculty, students, and staff on Monday, June 20. Read President Lee C. Bollinger’s letter to the Columbia community:
We are thrilled to share the story of how Baby Enzo was born to CUIMC employee Justin Bernardo and his husband. Bernardo was fortunate to use the #surrogacy assistance program for eligible employees. #HappyFathersDay and Happy #PrideMonth! 🏳️‍🌈 Read
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Celebrated by many for generations, #Juneteenth is an occasion to commemorate the end of slavery. Hear Columbia students, scholars, and staff share their stories—historical and personal—about Juneteenth and what it means to observe the holiday.
“We need to embrace [cancer’s] complexity, matching its intricacy and sophistication with approaches that are equally complex and sophisticated,” writes @columbiacancer Dr. Andrea Califano. | @ColumbiaMed @ColumbiaPS @DataSciColumbia
#Juneteenth marks the anniversary of the abolition of slavery, announced on this day in 1865. An early 20th century archival collection in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library offers a glimpse into the memories of former slaves in the Jim Crow South:…
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Wishing all of our Columbia dads a very happy #FathersDay! 💙 📷 Achmad Maulana (GSAPP’22) 📷 Timothy Stevens (SIPA’22) 📷 Phil Smith (SPS’22) 📷 Emamsy Mbossa (SPSRs8ep
Celebrate #Juneteenth in Upper Manhattan and all around New York City! Check out these free and low-cost events events compiled by Columbia University Neighbors (@NeighborsHub) that includes musical performances, museum visits, and more:
Explore the rich connections between Black artists, writers, musicians, and more in @ColumbiaUP’s interview with @EnglishColumbia Professor Robert G. O'Meally about his new book, “Antagonistic Cooperation.”
Welcome home, Columbia alumni! 💙 Last weekend, thousands of our graduates gathered across our campuses for#ColumbiaReunion20222. Here’s to connecting with old classmates and new friends! 🦁#ColumbiaPhotoOfTheWeekek @CC_Columbiai@Columbia_CCAAAA
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