More than 135 alumnae volunteer leaders returned to campus in November for a professional development program to enhance their abilities to perform their roles on Barnard’s behalf.
Economics professor quoted in The Street
Preeminent journalist to receive Barnard Medal of Distinction along with leading humanitarian, Freedom to Marry founder, and trailblazing chemist
The very broad, capacious form of education that we call the liberal arts is rooted in a specific curriculum in classical and medieval times. But it would be wrong to assume that because it has such ancient roots, this kind of education is outdated, stale, fusty, or irrelevant. In fact, quite the contrary.
The Urban Economic Forum at Barnard College is the first of a multi-city series designed to connect urban entrepreneurs and business owners to discuss ways to enhance their success.
Dance historian quoted in The Washington Post.
In protests at the College, students express concerns over both national issues and college policies.
New Science vs. Conventional Wisdom