Amanda Seales, creator, and host of Smart, Funny, and Black Entertainment, just finished a successful run portraying Tiffany DuBois on HBO’s hit dramedy, Insecure.
“One of the top jazz pianists in the world” (The Los Angeles Times), the NEA Jazz Master Kenny Barron makes his long-overdue Miller debut with the trio he has been leading for the last decade.
Columbia University invites members of the Upper Manhattan community to apply to join the 10th cohort of A’Lelia Bundles Community Scholars.
Columbia University in Harlem is opening its new home for Columbia Business School: a 492,000-square-foot facility.
Greetings from the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center (SBDC):
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.
Welcome to Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center (SBDC), which has a new home on the second floor of one of the Columbia Business School buildings on the Manhattanville campus.
Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center is pleased to continue to offer many virtual learning opportunities.
Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center is excited to be partnering with Harlem Park to Park to bring you Harlem Local Vendor Program (HLVP) .
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.
Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), and NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) announced their selection of Columbia University Harlem.
Raymond Melbourne Weaver, 1888 – April 4, 1948, was a professor of English and comparative literature at Columbia University in 1916–1948 in Harlem, NY.
Fred Ebb, April 8, 1928 – September 11, 2004, who lived in West Harlem was a musical theatre lyricist who had many successful collaborations with composer John Kander.
Over the last year, as part of its 74th Annual Appeal, Columbia Community Service (CCS) worked with Columbia, Barnard, and the Teachers College faculty.