May 2016 e-Newsletter

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May 2016 Highlights
Columbia Engineering Magazine: Read the Spring 2016 Issue
When it comes to Earth's ever-changing environment, our researchers are looking at a world of challenges: climate and water risk, coupled with financial risk management; carbon sequestration; urban infrastructure design; and more.
It's a nice day for a spacewalk...if you can keep your feet on the ground! The @ColumbiaSpaceInitiative is working on an asteroid anchor to help astronauts do just that.
Columbia’s Formula SAE team, Knickerbocker Motorsports, has its first female chief engineer and its second female president, as well as a female vice president. #Engineering #iLookLikeAnEngineer #motorsports
Join CAA Arts Access and the alumni arts community for a cross-discipline conversation around the arts and creativity from the perspective of both artists and arts administrators.
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Participate in this year's Class Day as a distinguished member of your graduating class, and join us for a reception prior to the Class Day procession and ceremony.
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Join all Engineering Reunion classes along with Columbia Engineering alumni in the New York area for an evening of dinner and cocktails in celebration of the start of Alumni Reunion Weekend!
Watch the calendar for up-to-date information regarding networking breakfasts and evening events, hosted monthly for CU Alumni.
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