Author and trans rights scholar Amanda Phillips is the keynote speaker at a talk about creating spaces for trans, queer, and feminist possibility in video games.
Barnard College News
In Celebration of National Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month, Jomysha Delgado Stephen ’96 reflects on her journey from Student Government VP to Executive Vice President of the College and General Counsel.
This National Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month, we spotlight Barnard’s trailblazing alumnae who have thrived in fields from law to the arts and everything in between.
A Barnard student, professor, and staff member reflect on the meaning and importance of Juneteenth.
Watch the astrophysics major — who will graduate in nine days — discuss her desire to see more young women working in hard sciences.
LGBTQ+ outreach coordinator Dylan Kapit ’16 (they/them) interviews Barnard student Katherine Nessel ’23 (she/her) about her experience as a trans woman on campus.
As part of a team of staff and faculty, Melissa E. Flores ’16 helped Barnard’s Biology Department redesign its curriculum to ensure inclusivity for students from all backgrounds. #BarnardCelebratesWomensHistoryMonth
Harvard education professor Anthony Jack led a two-event series discussing his book, The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students.
Hawa Tunkara ’21 on navigating grief, profound family responsibility, and challenging obstacles with grit and grace to land right where she needs to be.
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.
Fall 2021 message from the DEI Cabinet on programming, new resources, and more.
Financial security expert Joanna Smith-Ramani ’98 explains how social policies that prioritize equity and justice can close the racial wealth gap and improve women of color’s mental well-being.
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.
Since last Women’s History Month (March) — over the course of a challenging year — alumnae, faculty, and students still stepped up as game-changers.
In preparation of her campus-wide Accessibility Week workshop — “Ableism in the Classroom, Academia, and Society” — the urban studies major and Speaking Fellow explains why accessibility is everyone’s fight.
QuestBridge aids outstanding students from low-income communities in finding and affording an education from the country’s top universities and colleges
Barnard’s new ThirdSpace@ co-curricular program creates an expansive virtual arena where convergent ideas can create solutions for some of the world’s thorniest challenges.
The Inclusion and Climate Action Grants distributed more than $16,000 combined to nine projects led by students, faculty, and staff.
The inaugural round of grants awarded by the Council on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion supported the “Emerging Filmmaker Mentorship Program” and three undergrads who will now screen their films at the Athena Film Festival. (It’s not too late to apply for the next round!)
A discussion of indigenous issues, political ecology, and Facebook’s role in Papua New Guinea with Professor Paige West.
We're lucky to have such brilliant minds at BLAIS!
Dive into the fraught history of immigration to the US.
Barnard Student Life—which enhances the educational mission of the College by engaging students outside the classroom through programs, events, and leadership opportunities—is central to the College's diversity and inclusion initiatives.
President Sian Leah Beilock shares updates with the Barnard College community on the diversity and inclusion initiative.
Grammy-nominated concert organist Professor Gail Archer discusses her amazing career.
In January 2016, I formed the Presidential Task Force on Diversity & Inclusion, and for the past year this dedicated group of students, faculty, administrators, and trustees has undertaken a complex and deliberate process of discussion, consultation, and analysis with the goal of making Barnard a more representative, inclusive, and equitable place.
A year after its founding, the Harlem Semester is breaking new ground.
Preparing to retire this year, Professor Lee Anne Bell has been working on issues of social justice and education since the early 1970s.
Over the past few years, there has been a growing visibility of transgender individuals across our society, and an increasing recognition that, for many people, gender identity is more complicated and ambiguous than was once commonly believed to be the case.
Participate in events celebrating Barnard’s global initiatives throughout the week of November 11-15
Women For Hire career expos—the only events geared specifically to professional women.