Yun Emily Wang Receives Charles Seeger Prize, Martin Hatch Prize, and Clara Henderson Prize

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Emily Yun Wang was recently awarded the Charles Seeger Prize, the Martin Hatch Prize, and the Clara Henderson Prize at the Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting for her paper, "Shopping and Chopping: Sound, Diasporic Intimacy, and Everyday Movements in Chinese Toronto".

Columbia Composition and Sound Art students featured in Computer Music Center Showcase at NYPL

The Library sound archives preserve the groundbreaking work of Columbia University’s electronic and computer music pioneers. Explore a new universe of sounds with Columbia University Computer Music Center Director Seth Cluett. From Charles Dodges’ 1969 computer generated masterwork Earth’s Magnetic Field to the most boundary blurring contemporary works by Columbia’s current students, join us for an interactive electronic sound salon.

Today is Columbia Giving Day!

Today is Columbia Giving Day 2018! Today, we stand for the schools, programs, and causes that mean the most to us. We stand for access to education, groundbreaking research, thought-provoking art and championship athletics, healthcare that is both cutting-edge and compassionate, and building partnerships—locally and globally—that can address world issues from climate change to social justice and more. Today, we stand for changing lives that change the world.

For one day, your gifts go further through challenge funds from the University Trustees, adding to your impact. Last year, we raised $15.6 million from 15,088 gifts…we need your help to make Columbia Giving Day 2018 even bigger!

Project For the Daughters of Harlem awarded two grants

For the Daughters of Harlem: Working in Sound has won an Action Grant from Humanities New York and a Public Outreach Grant from Columbia University’s Center for Science and Society to host a campus workshop in October 2018 for young women of color from New York’s public high schools.