August 07, 2013

Illuminating Our Future

Celebrating The Columbia Campaign and Our Future

The Columbia Campaign came to a close on December 31, 2013, and the University’s future is brighter than ever. In every area of study within the University and every pursuit in the common interest beyond it, Columbia and Columbians are moving forward with renewed energy. In scientific research, policy study, the professions, teaching, medical treatment, and more — we’re creating new knowledge, transmitting it to the next generation, and driving the future forward.

Read here for Campaign Highlights

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  • commented 2017-06-20 00:00:51 +0800
    Thus, the Columbia reentry catastrophe was a replay of a similar mentality: the outside tank had a long history of shedding protecting froth amid the dispatch stage, and a few transports come back with tiles harmed some altogether and in basic high-warm zones by shedding froth. Be that as it may, in light of the fact that such a variety of transport missions flew effectively with tiles harmed by froth, it was viewed as an adequate hazard by NASA administration until a satchel measured bit of froth punched an opening in the froth on the main edge of Columbia’s left wing. Amid reentry, super-warmed plasma invaded the wing, crushing it and at last, the bus, alongside the group. Once more, NoD-where an unsuitable hazard or practice progresses toward becoming standardized was the main driver of the debacle.