Alfred Owre, who served as Dean of the College of Dental Medicine, 1927-1933, arrived at Columbia with much promise only to leave in a cloud of controversy a few years later. Perhaps no other leader of the University’s health sciences schools has had such a tumultuous tenure.
Archive for College of Dental Medicine
Dean Emeritus Allan J. Formicola explores the history of the school in a lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 6pm.
“First Among Equals”: The Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, 1916-2016 – A Centennial Exhibit
The Columbia University College of Dental Medicine opened a century ago this fall with two students sharing cramped quarters with the medical school. It was only the fourth university-affiliated dental school in the country.