Faculty News

Awards, Grants, Fellowships

Alexandra Watson, Lecturer in First-Year Writing, won the 2019 PEN/Nora Magid Award for Editing of Apogee Journal.

Faculty members from the departments of anthropology and pyschology were recently selected to receive significant research grant awards that will support them in collaborative research or honor them for their committment to their field of study.

Two Barnard faculty members recently received major research grant awards, enabling them to continue existing studies.

Professor Dusa McDuff, the Helen Lyttle Kimmel '42 Professor of Mathematics, received the 2018 Sylvester Medal, which is awarded to an outstanding researcher in the field of mathematics.

Honors & Other News

Faculty members from the departments of anthropology and pyschology were recently selected to receive significant research grant awards that will support them in collaborative research or honor them for their committment to their field of study.

Two Barnard faculty members recently received major research grant awards, enabling them to continue existing studies.

Professor of History Dorothy Ko has been elected as Academician of Academia Sinica by the 33rd Convocation of Academicians that was held from July 2-5, 2018, in Taipei, Taiwan.

Prof. Thomas-Young's current neurological study uses EEG to observe brain activity during choreographed and improvised dance.

Recent Publications

Notable Performances

Touring dates and program for Gail Archer September - December 2018.

Nine European cities in seven weeks. Professor of Professional Practice Gail Archer played the organ in concerts across Europe and Asia this summer—from Germany to Russia.

Prof. Colleen Thomas-Young premieres new dance piece Welcome Home on her childhood home, Governors Island.