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Located in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, the Center supports diverse research and education activities in probability and its applications.

The Academic Calendar details the key academic and registration deadlines, as well as University holidays, for each academic year, across all Columbia schools.

Academic integrity defines a university and is essential to the mission of education. At Columbia, you are expected to participate in an academic community that honors intellectual work and respects its origins.

The Administrative Mail team serves the administrative departments and offices of the University, including mail delivery, intercampus mail, mail metering and bulk mailing services.

AISES is located in the School of Engineering & Applied Science of Columbia University. A registered graduate student group, AISES is open to all interested students from affiliated Columbia schools.

The Columbia University American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) branch is committed to participating in the annual AIAA DBF competition. The official website for the AIAA Design-Build-Fly competition describes the event as one that "will provide a real-world aircraft design experience for engineering students by giving them the opportunity to validate their analytic studies."

AIChE is a pre-professional organization for the community of Chemical Engineers at Columbia University. AIChE's mission is to promote the knowledge of science and engineering, the mutual acquaintance and good fellowship among students, professors, and connection to various resources to further develop their academic endeavors and career prospects.

The Columbia University Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is a pre-professional club dedicated to all students interested in civil engineering, structural engineering, and construction management. While its main focus is to aid members in finding scholarships and jobs both for summer and post graduation, the chapter also participates in a variety of activities, most notably the annual steel bridge competition. The chapter also lends a hand to theater at Columbia, having built sets for Kings Crown's production of Romeo and Juliet in the fall of 2003 and the set for the Varsity Show in the spring of 2002. The chapter also participates in major informational sessions and job experience sessions for underclassmen.

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ASME at Columbia University is a student chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. We host various events throughout the school year that are of benefit to ME Department students. This includes career panels, graduate school panels, research seminars, social events, and engineering talks.

Explore the variety of arts opportunities and experiences around Columbia.

Provides ticket discounts and subsidies, as well as vibrant arts programming. ArtsLink is a concierge service for University faculty who want to take their students on curricular outings.

Whether you are a varsity athlete or an avid sports fan, Columbia has a proud history of achievement.