The neuroscience and behavior major shares how working at Columbia’s Kellendonk Lab gave her invaluable knowledge and skills to pursue a career in STEM.
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Grey Matters Columbia University (CU), a joint Barnard and Columbia literary journal that premiered in spring 2021, seeks to make neuroscience more accessible to the public. #BarnardYearOfScience
The aspiring computer science major shares her busy College life, from studying Swahili at Columbia to prepping for her campaign run for Barnard’s Student Government Association. #BarnardYearOfScience
For National Women’s Health and Fitness Day (September 29), hear from the Women's Crew member about balancing academics and athletics.
In Mark Santolucito’s computer science course Creative Embedded Systems, students problem-solved to produce sculptures that spin, roll, or give the illusion of flight. #BarnardYearOfScience
Across the 2021-2022 academic year, the College is celebrating all things STEM on campus.
Psychologist and keynote speaker Nim Tottenham ’96 returned to Barnard to open a new year on campus at Riverside Church.
Following a significant amount of time away from campus, the College offered a week of programming to help students reacquaint.
Meet the next generation of leaders coming to campus this fall.
NSOP committee chair Stephanie Leibowitz ’22 discusses how this year’s programming will introduce new students to campus life.
Launched in 2014, the ever-growing annual program is a testament to Barnard’s commitment to the sciences.
The clinical psychologist taps into her new book to share how students can manage mental health stressors this academic year.
Led by the population it serves, the new office brings together the College’s resources for first-generation, low-income, and international students into one targeted approach to enhance opportunities.
In celebration of Pride Month (June), Mia Flowers ’23 shares what LGBTQIA+ pride means to them.
This year, five alumnae were selected for international travel, teaching, and study as researchers and teaching assistants.
After the College launched the pilot program to support the K-12 kids of faculty and staff, other universities adopted the program with the same success.
Magdalene Pernambuco ’22 chats with her aunt and grandfather — Barnard professor Sandra Goldmark and her father, Peter Goldmark — about their newly published collaboration, Haikus for New York City.
After honoring their grandmother’s Holocaust survival in an award-winning thesis, the recent grad reflects on the inspiring conversations they shared with their family’s matriarch during their time at Barnard.