Professor Edward Telles discusses the pitfalls of using census data to define ethnicity, race and socioeconomic status in countries throughout Latin America.
In The Washington Post, political science professor explains critical role of Uzbekistan in transporting U.S. war suppies.
Asian and Middle Eastern Cultures professor contributes to The New York Times' "Room for Debate" forum.
VISP students talk about their experiences, American-style classrooms, and New York City life.
The College’s Global Symposium convenes in New York to assess women’s progress in leadership roles throughout the world.
On the eve of the Global Symposium, Brazilian artist Panmela Castro unveiled a mural she painted on Barnard’s campus in collaboration with students
Women leaders at the 2015 Global Symposium included Queen Noor of Jordan, Nobel Peace Prize Winner Leymah Gbowee, CARE USA CEO Helene Gayle ’76, and NYC Commissioner for International Affairs Penny Abeywardena.
The 2015 Global Symposium welcomed women leaders from around the world including Queen Noor of Jordan, Nobel Peace Prize Winner Leymah Gbowee, CARE USA CEO Helene Gayle ’76, and NYC Commissioner for International Affairs Penny Abeywardena.
The 7th annual Global Symposium took place on March 13 and was held on campus for the first time, in honor of Barnard's 125th anniversary. Featured speakers included Queen Noor of Jordan and Nobel-Prize winner Leymah Gbowee.