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Academic Assembly 2020

Engineering for Humanity: Mary C. Boyce, Dean of Columbia Engineering at The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, faculty and a fellow student will discuss the opportunities and challenges that you, as members of the Columbia Engineering Class of 2024, will have to make your own mark at Columbia and beyond. This event is required for all Columbia Engineering first-year students.

Engineering for Humanity: Mary C. Boyce, Dean of Columbia Engineering at The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, faculty and a fellow student will discuss the opportunities and challenges that you, as members of the Columbia Engineering Class of 2024, will have to make your own mark at Columbia and beyond. This event is required for all Columbia Engineering first-year students.

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Dean Mary Boyce

Dean of The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Morris A. and Alma Schapiro Professor

Mary C. Boyce has served as Dean of Engineering at The Fu

Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science at

Columbia University in the City of New York and also the Morris

A. and Alma Schapiro Professor of Engineering since 2013. Prior

to joining Columbia, Dean Boyce served on the faculty of the

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for over 25 years,

leading the Mechanical Engineering Department from 2008 to

2013.

Dean Boyce leads the education and research mission of

Columbia Engineering with more than 220 faculty, 1600

undergraduate students, 2700 graduate students, and 100

postdoctoral fellows. She is committed to facilitating and

celebrating the creativity and innovation of students and faculty,

and enabling collaborations across the University. She has

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