The Women in Public Service Project (WPSP) conference at Barnard brought together U.N. representatives, former heads of state, and other global leaders with students from across the country for a discussion of how to grow the ranks of women in government leadership positions.
Economics professor's work highlighted in The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, and other news outlets
New program welcomes leaders with demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of women leaders in the United States and worldwide.
Listen to Barnard Students discuss themes in Barnard President Debora Spar's new book, Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection.
Listen to an interview with the director of the Barnard-Columbia Chorus
Candidates in all areas of biochemistry are invited to apply for a position as a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor at Barnard College, an independent liberal arts undergraduate college for women in New York, NY, affiliated with Columbia University.
National media coverage of President Spar's new book includes appearances on "CBS This Morning", MSNBC's "Morning Joe," NPR's "Fresh Air," and more.
Economics professor publishes study on why single mothers are happier today than decades ago.
Russia's offer to remove chemical weapons from Syria may be a win for all parties, says Barnard political science professor