Read about the 2022-2023 accomplishments from the Barnard community.
Barnard College News
This year, 14 alumnae — the most in the College’s history — were selected to serve as graduate students, researchers, and English teaching assistants in 10 countries.
This year, members of the College community received competitive grants to conduct research in diverse fields, such as human rights, STEM, and finance.
Three alumnae reflect on how Barnard shaped their academic journeys as Mellon Mays Fellows.
Winning the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award will allow the neuroscientist to substantially expand her research program and develop science outreach activities.
For six consecutive years, the College has been recognized as one of the top academic institutions to secure prestigious international research and teaching opportunities for students and alumnae.
The recent graduate, who majored in political science and human rights, will spend one year — fully funded — working on a master’s program in Beijing.
Barnard Honored Erika Dickerson-Despenza, the Ntozake Shange Social Justice Theater Residency’s First Resident Playwright
BCRW, the Public Theater, and the Ntozake Shange Literary Trust celebrated the newly created residency with an evening of tributes and performances.
Barnard Receives $3 Million to Establish Artemis Rising Foundation Filmmaker Fellowship Programs at the College
The donation will enable a rotating roster of media experts and filmmakers — up to four per semester — to teach, mentor, and coach students on the ins and outs of film and media.
The grant is part of a 10-year partnership to increase enrollment of undocumented and low-income students at the College.