STEM

STEM

A new study in Child Development, co-authored by a Barnard professor and a Barnard alumna, has shown that the development of spatial cognition—how infants and toddlers learn to encounter the world’s wealth of information—is heavily tied to the cultural norms of their caregivers.

 

On April 22, the planet had two reasons to celebrate: It was Earth Day and science was on most people’s minds.

Illustration by Alex Eben Meyer

A discussion on the importance of taste cells and how they impact insulin release.

Photograph by Dorothy Hong

Illustration by Julia Rothman

Illustration by Daniel Horowitz

Studying at Barnard means access to graduate-level research opportunities that few undergraduate liberal arts colleges provide.