Winter 2016

Barnard magazine
On the Cover

Three families share a vision for Barnard’s future, and know that with cutting-edge facilities, the College—already a world-class institution—can fulfill its limitless potential | VIDEO

Winter 2016

Features

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Chemistry

Chemist Jacqueline Barton blazes a trail with innovative DNA research

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Giving

Three families share a vision for Barnard’s future, and know that with cutting-edge facilities, the College—already a world-class institution—can fulfill its limitless potential | VIDEO

Politics

Professor Alex Cooley leads the Harriman Institute in the post-Soviet era

Also in this Issue

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Alumnae

After a 38-year career at the United Nations, Jane Weidlund ’46 wrote a memoir of her international travels. In the book, Weidlund details the cultures and customs she encountered, the people she met, and the adventures she had.

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Visual Arts

A generous endowment creates an annual Artist-in-Residence program