Barnard faculty members are tasked with educating the bright young minds that pass through the College’s gates. They also remain routinely engaged in their own research, pushing forward the boundaries of their respective fields.

Below are some of the most recent accomplishments:

Headshot of Rachel Austin


Rachel Narehood Austin received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for her project, Understanding the
mechanism of C-X hydrogenolysis catalyzed by supported metal nanoparticles

Peter Balsam


Peter Balsam received a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) at the National Institutes of
Health (NIH) to support a diversity supplement for his R01 grant, Timing and Associative Learning.

Logan Brenner in Lab


Logan Brenner received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a collaborative project with
Temple University for Infusing Feedback Loop Thinking into Interaction across Natural and Social Sciences.

Alexandra Horowitz


Alexandra Horowitz received a grant from Hill’s Pet Nutrition for the Dog Cognition Lab.

Eduardo Moncada speaking from a podium


Eduardo Moncada received a grant from the Institute of Latin American Studies at Columbia University, for his
project Comparing Non-State Armed Governance in Settings of Crime & War.

Headshot of Reshmi Mukherjee


Reshmi Mukherjee received a grant from the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), for her
project, Searching for neutrino-emitting blazars in hard X-ray band.

Paige West Photo


Paige West and her long-time collaborator from Papua New Guinea, John Aini, received a grant from
Synchronicity Earth in continued support for Women’s Empowerment in New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.