As part of the Barnard Year of Science, Barnard Alumnae Relations and the Project Continuum Committee of the Alumnae Association of Barnard College invite you to join us in an exploration of the basic trends in climate change—focusing on their impact on cities in the United States—and possible solutions moving forward.
- Sandra Goldmark is Barnard College’s director of campus sustainability and climate action, and associate professor of professional practice in theatre.
- Luis Ortiz is a National Science Foundation post-doctoral research fellow in urban resilience at the Urban Systems Lab at The New School.
- Jeffrey Raven is an associate professor and former director, Graduate Program in Urban and Regional Design at the New York Institute of Technology.
- Cynthia Rosenzweig is a senior research scientist at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, former co-chair of the New York City Panel on Climate Change, and a former Barnard adjunct professor.
- Martin Stute, the Alena Wels Hirschorn ’58 and Martin Hirschorn Professor in Environmental and Applied Sciences and co-chair of the environmental science department at Barnard, will moderate a panel of leading experts.
This event is part of the Barnard Year of Science (BYOS), a year-long celebration of all things related to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) at the College. Learn more at yearofscience.barnard.edu.
This event is hosted by the Project Continuum Committee of the AABC, which brings together Barnard alumnae who graduated 30 or more years ago to promote dialogue around diverse personal, professional, cultural, and political issues.