diversity

diversity

In January 2016, I formed the Presidential Task Force on Diversity & Inclusion, and for the past year this dedicated group of students, faculty, administrators, and trustees has undertaken a complex and deliberate process of discussion, consultation, and analysis with the goal of making Barnard a more representative, inclusive, and equitable place. 

A year after its founding, the Harlem Semester is breaking new ground. 

Watch what happens when women create their own places to succeed

In the photo (from left): Alycia Gideon ’16, Anta Touray ’17, Rachel Kronberg ’17, Annaliese Grant ’17, Nadia Mbonde ’17, Prof. Monica Miller, Dina Asfaha ’16, Grace Ko ’16, Clarke Wheeler ’16, and graduate student Anna Hidalgo