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Digital Media and Its Implications for AcademiaOffice of Public AffairsAt the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) conference, "Bricks and Clicks: Challenges in the Digital Age," held on May 16, 2002, Frank Moretti, Executive Director of the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, said we must become the inventors of education in the new medium.
George Rupp, Kofi Annan and Charles Schumer Honored by Institute of International EducationOffice of Public AffairsPresident George Rupp, along with Secretary General of the United Nations Kofi Annan and Senator Charles Schumer, were honored on November 27 for their support of international exchange programs. View archived webcasts of their remarks here.
Investiture Ceremony - Inauguration of Lee C. BollingerColumbia Center for New Media Teaching and LearningArchived broadcast of the October 3rd, 2002 Investiture Ceremony of the Inauguration of Lee C. Bollinger as the nineteenth President of Columbia University.
Presidents-Designate of Columbia and NYU Discuss Higher Education ChallengesOffice of Public AffairsLee Bollinger, president-designate of Columbia, and John Sexton, president-designate of New York University, discussed the challenges facing the nation's higher education system in a forum hosted by the American Academy of Arts & Sciences on November 28, 2001. View archived webcasts of their remarks here.
Research on Traumatic Loss and BereavementGeorge BonannoIn this webcast, Professor George Bonanno describes the contents of two of his papers on bereavement and emotional issues.
What Can You Be with a Ph.D.?Office of Public AffairsOn February 23, 2002, Catharine Stimpson, Dean of New York University's Graduate School of Arts and Science, and David Damrosch, Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia, discussed the broadening career options for doctoral students during a Career Exploration Day forum organized by Columbia and NYU.

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