Deans are in the final stages of preparing their own plans for students in the graduate and professional schools. I am writing to announce a significant step in our general efforts to enhance the University’s engagement with issues of globalization – namely, the creation of the Columbia Committee on Global Thought. Sincerely, Columbia University Faculty Open Letter in Support of the Statement Condemning Anti-Semitism Delivered by President Lee C. Bollinger to the Senate Plenary on March 6, 2020. Subscription includes a free twice-weekly update and is available via e-mail, online or regular mail. We will be working closely with senior academic leadership in the University to coordinate its institutional recommendations. June 01, 2020. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Eula Lee Pope Bollinger (24 Feb 1890–1 Nov 1971), Find a Grave Memorial no. President Lee C. Bollinger Office of the President Columbia University 202 Low Library 535 West 116th Street New York, NY 10027. Message from President Lee C. Bollinger. We are at a point in our history where political leadership is not only absent but also disturbingly confounding of the fundamental norms and values that take years and years of hard and determined work to develop—and yet are always so fragile when pitted against the worst instincts of human nature. Lee Bollinger Announcements; Message from President Lee C. Bollinger; Announcements. But I certainly do so here, on behalf of all of us. We met numerous times and discussed a variety of aspects of the University’s involvement with international matters. The forces affecting societies around the world and creating a global community are powerful and novel. Your class act as an arbiter at the University of Columbia was nothing short of disgrace. Letter from President Lee C. Bollinger, Announcing the Columbia Committee on Global Thought December 14, 2005 To the Columbia Community: I am writing to announce a significant step in our general efforts to enhance the University’s engagement with issues of globalization – namely, the creation of the Columbia Committee on Global Thought. This is a seed project that, given our location in a university, could lead to curricular innovation and reform, even as it will help us re-conceive, and find new ways to support, the project of making Columbia University a genuinely global university in the century ahead. The following text is a letter from President Lee C. Bollinger regarding the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) recently announced restrictions on international students:. Lee Carroll Bollinger [1] (born April 30, 1946) is an American lawyer and educator who is serving as the 19th president of Columbia University.Formerly the president of the University of Michigan, he is a noted legal scholar of the First Amendment and freedom of speech. More than anything we will continue to provide the society and the world with all the knowledge we can preserve and create and with a new generation of citizens and leaders who are prepared to live by, and fight for, the values of respect for reason, the love of ideas, and the wish to use these to care for others. President Lee C. Bollinger Office of the President Columbia University 202 Low Library 535 West 116th Street New York, NY 10027. September 17, 2010. In order to understand the initial mission of the Committee, I need to take a step back and explain how we got to this point. and just as in the last quarter century it has gravitated towards ideas more internally generated within the academy (deconstruction and post-modernism, for example). My hopes for a renewed sense of national purpose to continue the heroic efforts of so many, over so many generations, to change once and for all that terrible course of history have been raised, and then deflated. Lee Carroll Bollinger [1] (born April 30, 1946) is an American lawyer and educator who is currently serving as the 19th president of Columbia University.Formerly the president of the University of Michigan, he is a noted legal scholar of the First Amendment and freedom of speech. These questions call for the kinds of analyses and understandings that academic institutions are uniquely capable of providing. Our goal is to raise $250,000 by December 31. President Lee C. Bollinger Columbia University 535 West 116th Street New York, New York 10027. Commentary and investment recommendations are made for the stock, bond, gold, energy and currency markets. But the horrifying ending of the life of George Floyd, a citizen in the very system of justice intended to protect him, and us, which then, along with other recent tragic deaths, drew back the curtains on centuries of invidious discrimination against African Americans, and others, did that. Bollinger's Capital Growth Letter - John Bollinger's monthly letter provides analysis of the markets. Your May 11 editorial “A Tale of Two Columbias” takes issue with the Columbia University Senate’s vote last week not to re-establish an on-campus ROTC program. Politics of Visual Arts in a Changing World. Sent by U.S. Mail and Facsimile (212-854-9973) There is no question that the expectations of intellectual character we choose to live by in the academic world are extreme, and we cannot reasonably expect them to set the bar for ordinary political deliberations and interactions. Establishing interdisciplinary connections has been a theme of the last few decades, and it is commonly heard that many of today’s problems fall increasingly in the spaces between our disciplines, rather than squarely within the disciplines themselves. We are well aware of the energy and funds the university expended on opposing the