The program, is part of Columbia University’s community benefits and services related to the Manhattanville Campus Expansion, resulted from discussions with the West Harlem community.
On Wednesday, November 7th, 2018, the Columbia (University) Community Scholars Lil Nickelson and Vivian Williams-Kurutz discussed issues surrounding health and wellness in the Harlem community and beyond.
Columbia University invites members of the Upper Manhattan community to apply to join the 10th cohort of A’Lelia Bundles Community Scholars.
Columbia University invites you to apply to become an A’Lelia Bundles Community Scholar.
Having recently received a congratulatory letter of welcome from Karen Jewett, Vice President of Government and Community Affairs at Columbia University, Harlem resident and classical actress Debra Ann Byrd, has become a four-time fellow, scholar and artist-in-residence; not just locally, but nationally, and internationally as well.
Columbia University’s Community Scholars Program is seeking nominations and applications for its next class; the deadline is Friday, April 29, 2016.
Learn about the A’Lelia Bundles Community Scholars program, which provides members of the Upper Manhattan community with access to Columbia resources at this virtual information session.
The New York Community Trust has announced $14.6 million in grants to 86 nonprofits to improve the quality of life for all New Yorkers.
By most accounts, Columbia University is considered to be the largest private landowner in New York City with hundreds of real estate addresses located primarily in the borough of Manhattan.
Columbia Business School marks the official move to its new home in Manhattanville as it welcomes students for the spring semester.
Columbia Law School announced that Harlem-based photographer, artist, and educator Bayeté Ross Smith has been named artist-in-residence for the 2021–2022 academic year.
Raymond Melbourne Weaver, 1888 – April 4, 1948, was a professor of English and comparative literature at Columbia University in 1916–1948 in Harlem, NY.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is pleased to announce its 2020-21 fellows for its Scholars-in-Residence program.
On Tuesday, February 4, 2020, Columbia University’s African American and African Diaspora Studies (AAADS) Department launched the Shawn “JAY-Z” Carter Lecture Series, honoring the New York City-born rapper, songwriter, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Good morning, West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) will conduct a lottery for 12 two-week scholarships to Columbia University’s Little Lions Camp this summer.