Barnard News

Workshops organized by Athena Fellow Jimmie Briggs aim to spark conversation on difficult but important topics

More than 120 young student scientists pursued full-time research projects as part of Barnard's new Summer Research Institute. Watch as they share their experiences and stories.

New book demonstrates the positive impact of role-immersion games in education

Look up, New York! The city's most iconic tower was lit with Barnard Blue on Monday, October 6, 2014. View photos from around the city.

Religion professor explores the development of Shī‘ī Islam though an examination of belief, narrative, and memory.

Discusses how to make the most of family time

New nation-wide public awareness campaign aims to promote zero-tolerance for sexual violence in college communities.

Prize awarded to honor excellence in teaching economic history

Alexis Hagadorn '89, Director of Conservation of CU Libraries, and Sarah "Scout" MacEachron '14, production intern, were also involved with the film, which premieres this Sunday at 7pm on WLIW21 and next Monday at 9pm on WNET.

 

Theatre professor's book focuses on three imaginative performances: the Nature Theater of Oklahoma’s 2009 production of “Romeo and Juliet,” Punchdrunk Theatre’s wordless “Macbeth," Sleep No More,” and Michael Almereyda's 2000 film, “Hamlet.”