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Spring 2018
In September 2016, Tom and Lisa Blumenthal P ’19 endowed Barnard’s Fund for Innovation in Teaching (FIT) to encourage professors to push the boundaries of traditional instruction...
Winter 2018
This fall, with their 55th Reunion on the horizon, members of Barnard’s Class of 1963 decided they could use their upcoming get-together to make an impact on...
Fall 2017
This fall, Barnard began offering a newly funded scholarship called the Ann and Andrew Tisch Scholarship for Refugee Women. The scholarship will be awarded annually, and a...
Spring 2012
It’s not a coincidence that Diana Lanier Smith ’45 has a connection to the Great Canoe at the American Museum of Natural History. It was the gift...
Summer 2012
Honored at the dinner were this year’s recipients of the Frederick A.P. Barnard Award—Patricia Harrigan Nadosy ’68, botanist, former foreign-exchange options trader, and trustee emerita; and Elizabeth...
Summer 2017
More than 400 alumnae and friends of Barnard College gathered for the Annual Gala at the historic Plaza Hotel, which raised more than $13 million to benefit...
Spring 2017
Last summer, nearly 50 years after she graduated from Barnard and launched her career as a distinguished cancer researcher, Julie Yin Djeu ’67 returned to campus to...
Fall 2012
Sylvia Montero says her journey from a plantation shack in Puerto Rico to the position of highest ranking Latina at pharmaceutical giant Pfizer couldn’t have happened without...
Winter 2013
Patricia Mallon ’63, a natural resources major, believes strongly that women’s colleges should continue not only to survive, but also thrive. “I really, really believe that single-sex...
Spring 2013
Isabel Jacobs ’54 feels a connection to today’s Barnard students in large part because of the diversity of the student body. She grew up in New Britain,...