The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

The CVN program allows working professionals to enroll in courses and earn graduate engineering degrees without leaving their communities, their families, or their jobs. The key component of CVN is flexibility without compromise to the high-caliber teaching, resources, and standards inherent in The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. CVN students are a part of the Columbia community and may take classes on campus. To further enhance the sense of community, CVN uses the Canvas Learning Management System to provide a place where CVN students and faculty can communicate. Homework and exams are submitted and graded there, and course notes and other reference materials are available for downloading.

The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

For the present, please join me in welcoming Mary Cunningham Boyce as the next dean of Columbia’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, located on the Morningside campus of Columbia University, welcomes prospective students to join us for a virtual information session, visit us on the Morningside campus, or meet a representative at an upcoming recruitment event.

Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science
The mission of The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science is to expand knowledge and advance technology through research, while educating students to become leaders informed by an engineering foundation. Enriched with the intellectual resources of a global university in the City of New York, we push forward disciplinary frontiers, confront complex issues, and engineer innovative solutions to address the grand challenges of our time. We create a collaborative environment that embraces interdisciplinary thought, integrates entrepreneurship, cultural awareness, and social responsibility, and fosters the translation of ideas into practical innovations.Columbia Video Network (CVN) is the Graduate Distance Learning Program from Columbia University's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. These degrees are identical to, and indistinguishable from those earned by students on-campus at Columbia University.Continuing a long-standing tradition of academic excellence and innovation, Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science established the Columbia Video Network (CVN) in 1986 to meet a growing need within the engineering community for a graduate distance education program. Classes and degrees offered through CVN are fully accredited; the degrees are granted by Columbia University. At The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science at Columbia University, the faculty takes an active role in research, which is funded by both private and government sources. Faculty members view student involvement in research as a part of the educational process and actively encourage it.
The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science has a rich history.

The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

At The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, the faculty takes an active role in research, which is funded by both private and government sources. Faculty members view student involvement in research as a part of the educational process and actively encourage it.

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I am pleased to announce my appointment of MIT Professor Mary Cunningham Boyce as the new dean of Columbia’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science.

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Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

"Our results should reassure scientists in the resting-state fMRI community who have long believed that they were detecting patterns of neural activity," said Elizabeth Hillman, PhD, principal investigator at Columbia's Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, associate professor of biomedical engineering and radiology at Columbia's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science and the paper's senior author. "At the same time, our results may come as a surprise for those who have remained skeptical that -- first of all -- this type of underlying neural activity even exists, but also that such activity can be accurately represented by fMRI signals."