Feature Stories

Pulitzer Prize-Winner Natalie Angier ʼ78 Interviews Barnard President Sian Beilock

Over the past decade, the Barnard curriculum has expanded its global influence by increasing opportunities for faculty and students to gain educational, work, and volunteer experience.

Congratulations and welcome to the 603 extraordinary members of the Barnard Class of 2021!

 

Every fall before classes begin, Barnard’s New Student Orientation Program (NSOP) rolls out the welcoming bins for first-year, transfer, and international students.

The Summer Research Institute of 2017 supported student-faculty STEM collaborative work for 147 Barnard students.

In August 1791, the Haitian Revolution began and ended more than ten years later with Haiti becoming the first colony in the region to win independence.

Professor of Professional Practice Gail Archer is the Director of the Barnard-Columbia Chorus and Chamber Choir and a Grammy-nominated concert organist.

Q & A with Prof. Mary Gordon '71 on her latest novel There Your Heart Lies

To celebrate National Pollinator Week, Barnard highlights the leading research of Professor Jon Snow to protect honey bees

Barnard is a preeminent incubator for the world’s next generation of women leaders. Students enter with passion and intellect, and they graduate with an enhanced sense of identity and purpose.