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Women's colleges tap underutilized leadership talent

By Helen Drinan
In a few short months, thousands of newly minted college graduates will leave Boston with dreams of future success. According to the U.S. Census, more than half of these students will be women; and according to the consulting firm McKinsey & Co, if we check back with these women in several years, they will not have attained the same level of success as their male counterparts.

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Torchbearers 2012 celebrates Barnard donors and students

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Barnard students participated in discussion with Oprah and Steinem, parts of which will air on Oprah's new series, “Oprah’s Next Chapter.”

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Distinguished Economist to Lead Barnard's Faculty

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Professor Lee Anne Bell answers questions about this multi-year interdisciplinary initiative.

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The Athena Film Festival Awards honor extraordinary women for their leadership and creative accomplishments. See the complete 2012 lineup of acclaimed films and watch the festival trailer

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Political science professor calls Russia's opposition to a U.N. Security Council resolution, "a stand Russia is going to take to show the West that it still has power."

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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.

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