Barnard College News
The grant is part of a 10-year partnership to increase enrollment of undocumented and low-income students at the College.
After its successful debut last summer, the program returned for its second year, welcoming more educators and learning specialists from across New York City.
Erika Kitzmiller, who teaches education at Barnard, shares insights from her newly published book, which examines the rise and fall of a once-successful public school in Philadelphia.
This year, over three sessions, students, faculty, and staff convene to consider how to foster a culture of care, challenge, and equity in Barnard’s classrooms.
Taylor Thompson ’20 is learning about policies and practices that will help her deconstruct inequities in the education system.
This spring, Barnard faculty members and the College's various departments and programs were awarded major research grants that support a diversity of interests, enabling them to conduct new or continuing research, or to collaborate with other institutions.
Code4Lib is a volunteer-driven collective of hackers, designers, architects, curators, catalogers, artists, etc. who largely work for and with libraries, archives and museums on technology “stuff."
Professors Kimberly Marten and Shayoni Mitra discuss performance and politics with Provost Linda Bell.
New partnerships with Columbia University enable students to obtain bachelor’s and master’s degrees in five years.
A 10-minute mental exercise helps improve lower-income students’ STEM exam scores.
When should a student begin preparing for life after college? According to the team at Beyond Barnard, Day 1 is not too early, and it’s never too late to think about post-graduate options.
It took place in Charlottesville, VA from October 8-10.
Professor Elliot Paul and Professor Joan Snitzer discuss the creative process.
Filmmaker Rachel Kastner '19 on how Barnard helps her chase her dreams.
With acceptance season underway at thousands of colleges and universities nationwide, Barnard College, one of the most selective academic institutions in the country, has admitted 1,088 young women from around the world to its class of 2022.
Professor Mark Carnes and Professor Stephanie Pfirman share the games they have created to help both students and teachers learn.