Columbia University

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Noun1.Columbia University - a university in New York CityColumbia University - a university in New York City  
Ivy League - a league of universities and colleges in the northeastern United States that have a reputation for scholastic achievement and social prestige
Greater New York, New York, New York City - the largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center
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A College of Lake County student has been awarded a $12,000 Chicagoland Transfer Award scholarship from Columbia College Chicago.
Would-be educators seeking a non-traditional path to the classroom have an innovative option at Columbia College, and the school's Alternative Pathways for Educator Certification Center has received a boost with a $24,000 grant from Colonial Life.
The 31-year-old Chicago-born artist first recorded a demo with music producer Mick Schultz while attending Columbia College in 2007, with his self-titled debut album stealing the number six spot on the US Billboard 200 chart in 2009.
7th Circuit Court of Appeals <br />Case Name: Part-time Faculty Association at Columbia College Chicago v.
The participating universities, from Canada and New Zealand, were University of Waterloo, Thompson Rivers University, University of New Brunswick, Trent University, Vancouver Island University, Wilfred Laurier University, College of New Caledonia, Columbia College, Douglas College, Durham College and Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.
In recognition of his leadership in the commercial real estate industry, success on behalf of clients, and commitment to philanthropy and the College, Columbia College recently name Colliers International Vice Chairman Joseph Cabrera as one of its 2017 John Jay Award honorees.
Both initiatives were created by The Columbia College Student Council, in partnership with administrators and FLIP.
The company worked with the Columbia College Chicago Department of Fashion Studies and the Re:new Project -- a nonprofit that provides employment opportunities for refugee women -- to transform the large fabric signs into 100 eco-friendly carry-on bags.
Aspiring film critics at Columbia College will get the chance to have their film reviews published on RogertEbert.com as part of an effort to increase the number of minority film critics.
JOHN ZUBIZARRETA is Director of Honors at Columbia College. He is a CASE U.S.

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