Barnard College News
Bold, hallucinatory works explore black female identity throughout the middle decades of the 20th century
Goldmark, whose work in theaters and at colleges focuses on sustainability, will examine events, initiatives, and ideas for implementing a less wasteful, “circular” economy
Hinojosa’s expertise in investigative reporting and coverage of cultural and political landscapes will enrich Barnard College’s renowned writing program
Grant will support new partnerships and curriculum centered on immigration, poverty, and labor rights policy
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to Provide Financial Support to Help Students Pursue Careers in Engineering
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation grant to fund the CORE Academy for three years
Alumna Umbreen Bhatti ’00 Will Continue Center’s Advancement of Women Leaders
Eclectic “Make Some Noise” Event Features Encore Performances by the Series’ Most-Acclaimed Women Musicians
Partnership with Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services Will Make Barnard a Dining Destination
Recently Opened Milstein Center for Teaching and Learning Receives the Only Architectural Award to Recognize Entire Library Structures and All Aspects of Design
Barnard College surpassed its own record this year with 9,319 applicants, a 64% increase over the last five years. Of those applicants, 1,051 young women from around the world were accepted to the class of 2023, making it the most selective class ever admitted to the 129-year-old college.
NBC Sports Reporter Dylan Dreyer to Moderate Dynamic Panel of Esteemed Women Athletes as Part of Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium’s 35th Anniversary Celebration
New partnerships with Columbia University enable students to obtain bachelor’s and master’s degrees in five years.
Prototype could set a standard for detecting gamma rays.