At Columbian College, scholars and scientists join student researchers to challenge assumptions and
Advance the forefronts of knowledge.
Discovery and innovation are a Columbian College tradition—from our century-long research partnership with the Smithsonian Institution to our state-of-the-art Science and Engineering Hall. Whether our scholars are observing celestial bodies light years from Earth or examining the roots of diseases like tuberculosis and malaria, Columbian College faculty and students are uncovering age-old mysteries and finding solutions to 21st-century challenges.
Columbian College faculty are prolific authors, awarding-winning scholars and noted innovators and artists. They are recipients of prestigious awards like Guggenheims, Pulitzers and NEH fellowships, and are published in top media outlets and leading academic journals.
From labs and classrooms on campus to field sites around the globe, Columbian College students work side-by-side with world-renowned researchers and scholars on a journey of cultural and scientific discovery.
Columbian College is home to top research centers and institutes that explore an array of issues and ideas such as the origins of humankind, the inner workings of the brain and the growth of solar energy.
Women's Leadership Development: Caring Environments and Paths to Transformation
African Americans and Africa: A New History
Workforce Readiness and the Future of Work
Where I Have Never Been: Migration, Melancholia, and Memory in Asian American Narratives of Return
The Mathematics of Politics, Second Edition 2nd Edition
The Internet Trap: How the Digital Economy Builds Monopolies and Undermines Democracy
Soccer Thinking for Management Success: Lessons for Organizations from the World's Game
Using fossilized teeth uncovered in Ethiopia, a team led by CCAS postdoctoral researcher Enquye Negash traced how an ecological change nearly 3 million years ago forced a dietary shift among ancient herbivores like antelopes and pigs.