List of Columbia University People

List Of Columbia University People

This is a partially sorted list of notable persons who have had ties to Columbia University. For further listing of notable Columbians see: Notable alumni at Columbia College of Columbia University; Columbia University School of General Studies; Columbia Law School; Columbia Business School; Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism; Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation; Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons; Columbia University Graduate School of Education (Teachers College); Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science; Columbia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; Columbia University School of the Arts; and the School of International and Public Affairs. The following lists are incomplete.

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List Of Columbia University People - Notable Faculty
... Franz Boas—Father of American Anthropology Lee Bollinger—University President/law professor, First Amendment scholar, Affirmative Action advocate Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen—Professor of ... Alan Brinkley—Professor of American history and University Provost son of newscaster David Brinkley Zbigniew Brzezinski—National Security Advisor under the ... Chandler—American chemist, first Dean of Columbia University's School of Mines Partha Chatterjee—Anthropologist and scholar of postcolonial nationalism Hamid Dabashi—Cultural and ...

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