Engineering for Humanity

Sustainability forms a core pillar of our Engineering for Humanity vision. Read more about how our innovative engineers are tackling climate change and building a more sustainable global society.

Celebrating Women in Tech

Ursula Burns MS’82, the first African-American woman to lead a Fortune 500 company, returned to campus as part of a special night launching New York City Women in Tech, an initiative devoted to leveraging the talent of women engineers as the city consolidates its place as a global tech hub.

Smart, Resilient Cities

From Columbia Engineering Magazine: Explore how our faculty work collaboratively to foster healthier, more climate-proofed, and increasingly sustainable urban environments.

From the Magazine: Connecting the Dots

From greener infrastructure to better energy efficiency to climate-proofed architecture, our engineers are creating a smarter approach to smart cities. More
Jul 15 2019 | By Marilyn Harris | Columbia Engineering Magazine

Keren Bergman Wins $4.8M DARPA Grant

Grant supports the development of a new class of on-chip optical interconnects that scale performance without increasing energy costs More
Sep 18 2019 | By Holly Evarts | Photo Credit: Barbara Alper