Hundreds of excited graduating seniors, family, and friends commemorated the big day at Radio City Music Hall, alongside leaders who have shaped fields in STEM, the arts, and athletics.
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Explore graduating seniors’ projects from the Departments of Dance and Art History.
This year, Barnard awarded two exceptional students — Amanda Taylor ’22 and Makeen Zachery ’22 — for embodying the spirit of the late Professor Prettyman. #CountdownToCommencement
What’s it like to work at the College, within the Communications Department? Three graduating seniors share personal reports. #CountdowntoCommencement
With Commencement just around the corner, we’re celebrating our seniors with some of our favorite photos and videos from the graduation season.
Watch the astrophysics major — who will graduate in nine days — discuss her desire to see more young women working in hard sciences.
The Barnard junior explores infinity and beyond at a major scientific conference. #CelebrateAAPIHeritageMonth
The graduating senior explores how she uses pole dance for mental health awareness and to celebrate her Asian roots. #CelebrateAAPIHeritageMonth
The Barnard community came together at the American Museum of Natural History to celebrate all alumnae and current faculty who are members of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and alumna will oversee the creative writing program to help guide students on their journeys as writers.
As the world attempts to move beyond the pandemic, Barnard revisits a poetry series that has helped our community thrive during trying times.
A peer-to-peer writing program prepares students to become strong communicators of science.
A student-athlete double-majoring in cellular and molecular biology and English shares how she balances training, competition, and courses at Barnard.
With applications up 16% over last year, the College admitted just 8% of those who applied — and a record-breaking 66% identify as women of color.
In celebration of 2022’s Women’s History Month (March), read about the work of 22 Barnard community members who champion feminist and gender issues.
The Barnard competitors share how they got into the sport and how they balance athletics alongside college life.
Computer science majors Whitney Deng ’24 and Theodore Nelson CC’24 are collaborating on a novel NASA project to help reduce bacterial infections in space.
The Olympic hopeful and computer science major shares how fencing became her passion.
Through faculty mentorship and Barnard’s Summer Research Institute (SRI), the two are continuing to collaborate to better understand global student perceptions around gender and science.
The lacrosse defender and English and biology major shares her experiences as a student athlete and how lacrosse got her to Barnard. #BarnardYearOfScience