Lee C. Bollinger became Columbia University’s nineteenth president in 2002. Under his leadership, Columbia stands again at the very top rank of great research universities, distinguished by comprehensive academic excellence, historic institutional development, an innovative and sustainable approach to global engagement, and unprecedented levels of alumni involvement and financial stability.
President Bollinger is Columbia’s first Seth Low Professor of the University, a member of the Columbia Law School faculty, and one of the nation's foremost First Amendment scholars. About the President
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Slide 1: Manhattanville buildings: Lenfest Center for the Arts, The Jerome L. Greene Science Center, and the Forum.
Slide 2: The Forum, a large concrete, triangle-shaped building on Broadway
Slide 3: The front of the Manhattanville campus building, the Lenfest Center for the Arts
Slide 4: The one train passing the Jerome L. Greene Science Center
"The period of the unfolding of this new campus in Manhattanville should be a time in which we demonstrate that courage and confidence in ourselves to re-evaluate what we take to be important and the roles we should assume in the world." President Bollinger on Manhattanville | Columbia's new Manhattanville Campus