News

November 8, 2009
Barnard revamps Introductory Economics
Read More >
November 8, 2009
Letters to the editor
Read More >
November 8, 2009
April Lane Benson '73, PhD: To Buy or not to Buy: Why We Overshow and How to Stop, Trumpeter Books, $16.95
Read More >
November 8, 2009
Presiden't page
Read More >
November 8, 2009
Ondine Karady '91
Read More >
November 8, 2009
William Chapman Sharpe: New York Nocturne: The City After Dark in Literature, Painting, and Photography, 1850-1950, Princeton University Press, $35
Read More >
November 8, 2009
Barnard’s Financial Fluency Program: The day-to-day realities of money management—budgets, sensible use of credit, financial planning for future needs like retirement—are necessary skills for all women, young, old, single or married, divorced or widowed.
Read More >
October 16, 2009
 "I've been interested in issues of race since junior high school when my progressive Quaker school let me skip a chemistry test to picket for civil rights in Philadelphia," recalls Jonathan Rieder, professor of sociology at Barnard. Rieder's youthful passion and forward-thinking education formed the basis for his life's work, and decades later,...
Read More >
October 16, 2009
This fall, Barnard Professor of Economics Perry Mehrling intended to kick off his year of academic leave by buckling down to work on his next book. But after Wall Street reached a crisis point in mid-September, he realized he'd have to postpone those plans.
Read More >
October 16, 2009
As an expert in microbial ecology, Krista McGuire's research has taken her from the Guyana rain forest to Alaska's boreal forests. She studies the role of fungi in critical environmental issues such as global climate change, plant extinction, and deforestation. This year McGuire joins Barnard College as an assistant professor of biological...
Read More >