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This list is only a snapshot of prominent Columbia University alumni. For a complete listing, click this link. Also, the University celebrated its 250th year anniversary in 2004 and listed 250 of its graduates "ahead of their time," at this link and top-30 attendees at this link.
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Two Columbia University student-athletes—women's soccer player Natalie Ambrose ‘18CC and women's swimmer Trudi Patrick '17CC—attended the Sports Industry Networking and Career Conference held February 24-25 in Washington, D.C.
The Ivy League has selected Columbia Hall of Famers Jonathan Schiller '69CC and Judie Lomax '10BC as Legends of Ivy League Basketball.
Welcome to our series on Student-Athlete Impact! Throughout the month of February, you will be hearing from some of our student-athletes as they tell their stories of their time here at Columbia. Today we profile soccer player Rhys Williams, our final student-athlete story during February.
A fall 2016 semester report released by the Columbia Athletics Office of Enrichment Services this week reveals growth and prosperity in nearly all areas of student-athlete support services, including career development, academic support, alumni engagement, and programming. This news comes a few weeks after the Office of Enrichment Services announced that 98 percent of its Class of 2016 student-athlete graduates found full-time employment, are enrolled in a graduate school of their choice, or have secured other post-graduate plans.
Men's Soccer star Leslie "Tiger" Fitzpatrick left a lasting impact at Columbia, one that is still felt today. Fitzpatrick still holds coveted spots in the Columbia record books including #9 on all time career goals, #3 for single season assists, #3 for career assists, and #7 for career points. During his career at Columbia he was a four-time All-Ivy and two-time All-Region honoree.
The Office of Enrichment Services hosted its second annual Young Alumni Networking Night on Monday, February 13 in the Dodge Fitness Center Blue Gym. Student-athletes from all class years took advantage of the opportunity, while alumni represented a variety of industries including tech, marketing, finance, law, sports and business attended the event.
In recent years, the sport of track & field has evolved. New shoes, new gear, new training surfaces, new training methods and an influx of talented athletes to the Columbia Athletics program have led to an essential re-writing of the Columbia track & field record books. But there is one name that has withstood the test of time: Dr. Albert J. Thompson, whose throwing records have remained untouched for over six decades.