This year celebrates women’s leadership with film screenings, panel discussions, and campus-wide events.
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The annual Athena List, part of Barnard’s Athena Film Festival, elevates exceptional scripts and writers, helping untold stories get produced and reach broader audiences.
Part 1 of the Summer Stories series: Barnard’s summer programs for pre-college students and current undergraduates create unforgettable experiences on campus and around NYC.
A panel of women pro athletes and professionals discuss the power of being part of a team and why athletes and academics go hand-in-hand.
The multidisciplinary creative and branding expert employs a feminist ethos to her branding business in Iraq.
For Women’s History Month (March), Barnard looks back at the history-making anniversaries of five alumnae — from an unforgettable STEM story to a rock-star musical theatre composer.
The festival returns to campus with an exciting lineup of events and screenings dedicated to elevating the stories of women’s leadership.
In her new role as Spelman College’s 11th president, the alumna continues to build on her success as a leader in global health to nurture the next generation of Black women.
Access Barnard peer mentor Arianna Carriel ’23 and mentee Sherlyn Rojas ’25 have formed a lasting bond of friendship and mutual support.
From tackling a research dilemma to envisioning her role as a campus leader, the sociologist is not afraid to explore a new angle.
The College welcomed nearly 400 high school students through the gates this summer.
The first year of the breakthrough program is inspiring a diverse cadre of determined, creative change-makers.
Sharma takes us inside her world as a mom and as the Athena Center for Leadership’s inaugural in-house business expert.
Four alumnae share how women can leave the negotiation table with the best offer.
This year’s festival is a hybrid event, enabling people, wherever they are, to enjoy a showcase of films by and about fierce and fearless women leaders.
The chief health equity officer and deputy chief health officer at IBM Watson Health discusses AI in healthcare with President Beilock.
Through a new program, Barnard students tackle real-world challenges.