October 24, 2016

Columbia Dedicates New Manhattanville Campus

The Jerome L. Greene Science Center is one of two new buildings that will open in Manhattanville this spring. / Photograph by Frank Oudeman
The Jerome L. Greene Science Center is one of two new buildings that will open in Manhattanville this spring. / Photograph by Frank Oudeman

 

On October 24, President Lee C. Bollinger led a ceremony attended by distinguished faculty, deans, and students, as well as local civic and community leaders and internationally renowned architect Renzo Piano of Renzo Piano Building Workshop, which designed the campus master plan with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Piano also designed the first buildings to rise on the campus: the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, which houses the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, and the Lenfest Center for the Arts.

Read more at the Columbia Magazine article and check out the new Columbia Manhattanville website.

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  • commented 2017-03-29 11:28:40 -0400
    Such nice blog i really appropriated you
  • commented 2017-03-17 15:08:10 -0400
    Introducing new campuses is always appreciated by the education community. It reflects that how well regulatory authorities and higher education institutions are focused towards their mindset and mission of expanding their reach to the interested candidates who really want to excel further in their respective chosen domain of interest. We really appreciate this phenomenal initiative by the Manhattanville campus team and wish them good luck for their future projects.
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