Professor Severin Fowles's Gorge Project, a long-term program of excavations, archaeological surveys, and ethno-historical studies of the Rio Grande gorge, provide students with a wealth of hands-on research opportunities.
Students examine how arsenic seeps into groundwater in Bangladesh.
Students study the potential impact of green-roof fungi on the environment.
At Barnard, students majoring in the sciences or other research-intensive subjects have take part in research projects at levels usually reserved for graduate students.
BCRW has a new podcast series on young feminists! The latest episode features a conversation between Pulitzer-Prize winning author Anna Quindlen '74 and
Julie Zeilinger '15.
In The Atlantic, sociology professor writes about JFK's renowned speech and the influence of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Birmingham protesters.
Opinion piece by former reproductive rights litigator appears in The New York Daily News.
When I was in college in the early 1980s, letters—on paper, in ink, with self-licked stamps and everything—were the primary form of communication. Cell phones, Facebook, and e-mail were inconceivable; the payphone in the hallway was noisy and unreliable. And so, like every college student of that era, I wrote letters.
A Range of Events—from Stimulating Speakers to Musical Interludes—Enlivens the Campus