November 2015 e-Newsletter

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November 2015 Highlights
Professor Kartik Chandran Wins MacArthur 'Genius' Grant
This fall's articles and video profiles spotlight faculty whose work is advancing the field of nanoscience and, in many ways, pushing boundaries far beyond the nanoscale.
Kraft Center
Altman will share lessons learned and stories from his experiences flying F-14 fighters and four Space Shuttle missions, culminating as commander of the final servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.
Metropolitan Pavilion
All alumni are invited to the 10th installment of Columbia's popular entrepreneurship series, which will provide an insider's perspective on the future of food sustainability as well as an opportunity for Tri-State area alumni to connect and meet Columbia's latest crop of demo teams.
Classes ending in 6 or 1 (e.g. 1966 or 2011) are invited to campus to celebrate Reunion June 2–5, 2016. Want to get involved and help make this weekend a success? Contact us at
Watch the calendar for up-to-date information regarding networking breakfasts and evening events, hosted monthly for CU Alumni.
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