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  1. The West Beyond the West: A History of British Columbia. University of Toronto Press, 1993. ISBN 0-8020-7458-8. Francis, Daniel. The Encyclopedia of British Columbia. Harbour, 2000. ISBN 1-55017-200-X. Enlaces externos. Wikimedia Commons alberga una galería multimedia sobre Columbia Británica. Web oficial de Colombia Británica.

  2. In 1911, Columbia University entered into a "Formal Agreement of Alliance" with Presbyterian Hospital, a hospital founded in 1868 by James Lenox a New York philanthropist. It was this alliance, initiated by philanthropist Edward Harkness , that helped to pave the way for the creation of a new medical center format.

  3. La Universidad de Columbia –oficialmente Universidad de Columbia en la Ciudad de Nueva York, o simplemente Columbia– es una universidad privada estadounidense ubicada en Alto Manhattan, Nueva York. Forma parte de la Ivy League y es una de las universidades más prestigiosas y selectivas del mundo, con una tasa de admisión del 3,66 %.

  4. It includes Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, College of Dental Medicine, School of Nursing and Mailman School of Public Health, as well as the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, the New York State Psychiatric Institute, the Audubon Biomedical Research Park, and other institutions.

  5. The university is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. UDC spends $35,152 per full-time student. IPEDs reports UDC's full-time student graduation to be 15%; although UDC graduates more District resident students than any college or university in the District of Columbia.

  6. More protesting Columbia and Barnard students were arrested and/or injured by New York City police during a second round of protests May 17–22, 1968, when community residents occupied a Columbia University-owned partially vacant apartment building at 618 West 114 Street to protest Columbia's expansion policies, and later when students re-occupied Hamilton Hall to protest Columbia's ...

  7. Capilano University offers post-secondary education through its Squamish campus, including diploma programs and university transfer courses. Quest University, which opened in September 2007, is Canada's first private, non-profit, secular university, though only has an enrolment of less than 5000 students.