The dean of San Francisco State University's College of Ethnic Studies opens up about how finding community and purpose at Barnard helped support and shape her scholarship-as-activism.
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.
Faculty-developed program Brownfield Action gets an upgrade so that environmental science students can continue to solve real-world problems. Two alumnae share their success stories.
Partners HealthCare CEO Anne Klibanski ’71 shares how her Barnard English major helped inspire her to pursue a career in neuroendocrinology.
From a recent graduate to a curator in charge, five alumnae share how they found their artful calling to work with museums — and sometimes with each other.
Since Barnard launched The Bold Standard: A Campaign for Barnard in 2016, the largest and most ambitious fundraising endeavor of the College’s history, the community and campus have grown in many ways.
In honor of Immigrant Heritage Month (June) and World Refugee Day (June 20), the College asked alumnae and faculty to reflect on the importance of celebrating immigrants and refugees and to share how Barnard community members, personally and professionally, remain committed to people with these identities.
Anna Carlson ’18, Post-Baccalaureate Fellow for the Empirical Reasoning Center (ERC), traveled to Sydney, Australia, to present her paper, “The First Five Years of the Barnard ERC: A Model for Developing Comprehensive Undergraduate-Focused Data Analysis Services,” at the IASSIST 2019 conference on May 31, 2019.
Patricia Warner ’49’s and Virginia Hall ’27’s secretive work for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during WWII was honored in time for the 77th anniversary of the bureau.
In honor of the uprising, Barnard reached out to community members, from alumnae to faculty, to share reflections on Stonewall’s significance.