Barnard College News
Professor Miranda’s Microbiology course shifts gears this fall to focus on COVID-19.
In celebration of National Honey Bee Day (August 15), Professor Jonathan Snow chats with two mentees about the art of Barnard beekeeping, their buzziest facts, and more.
In Callahan’s “Healthier Lives” biology course, students will tackle academic work at the intersection of COVID-19, Black Lives Matter, and the climate crisis.
Three Beckman Scholars share their passion for STEM, Barnard mentors, and whether the pandemic has shifted their research focus.
After a seven-year campus residency, the famously smelly plant — standing more than 5 feet tall — is finally opening up.
From biology to psychology, Barnard leadership and faculty share their expertise on how best to cope during the current crisis.
Across the city and globe this week, people are taking action to bring awareness to climate change, with many students participating in walkouts. Barnard shares their commitment to enacting change, as reflected in the College’s various initiatives over the years to address sustainability.
A smartphone based program can detect spores in honey bees that are believed to be a factor in their decline.
To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Barnard’s Arthur Ross Greenhouse, Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Biology Hilary Callahan and Greenhouse Coordinator Nicholas Gershberg discuss what makes the greenhouse one of the most unusual rooftop gardens in the city.