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there is an awful lot of unsubstantiated, uncited puffery with respect to the sections that mention the computer science department. specifically in the first two paragraphs and the dedicated section towards the bottom. as far as i know, columbia doesn't have a particularly big computer science department and i'm not sure it's as widely regarded as the statements claim. (maybe i'm wrong, if these assertions were cited, i would know)
As the school was "renamed" the Fu School of Engineering, why is the title of the article still "Columbia School of Engineering and Applied Sciences"?
As reference, when the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business changed its name to "Booth School of Business," the title changed accordingly. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 00:51, 17 February 2011 (UTC)