In Mark Santolucito’s computer science course Creative Embedded Systems, students problem-solved to produce sculptures that spin, roll, or give the illusion of flight. #BarnardYearOfScience
Barnard’s almost 36,000 alumnae are forces to be reckoned with. Leaders in almost every field, these intrepid women have revolutionized health care, won Pulitzer Prizes, and made significant scientific discoveries.
“Barnard formed me with its supportive, collaborative environment. It’s where I came to life. It’s the shining confidence this College gave me and all of us.”
— Sonia Taitz ’75
Since her student days, the marketing executive’s career has flourished on long-standing principles around people and business.
The clinical psychologist taps into her new book to share how students can manage mental health stressors this academic year.
Art historian Erin L. Thompson ’02 shares why she became interested in looted artifacts and dismantled monuments, a passion kindled in her first year at Barnard.
Financial security expert Joanna Smith-Ramani ’98 explains how social policies that prioritize equity and justice can close the racial wealth gap and improve women of color’s mental well-being.
With support from the Athena Center for Leadership and the Columbia Startup Lab, Claudia Polgar ’19 founded CheckPoint Health to streamline caregiving.
Students in the Histories of the Present seminar turned their remote course into an opportunity to research their local communities for their senior thesis projects.
Kaylin Marcotte ’12, the founder of Jiggy Puzzles, strikes a Shark Tank deal with her frame-worthy jigsaw puzzles designed by women artists.
The music professor, LGBTQ+ activist, and Columbia Athletics Hall of Fame inductee shares insights into her extraordinary path and how Barnard helped her find a sense of belonging.