The newly elected National Academy of Sciences member recalls her journey from Barnard student to world-renowned mathematician.
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The initiative, supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), will enable the College to train local pre-K through 8th grade teachers on how to turn outdoor spaces into living laboratories.
In Computational Text Analysis, students gain the computer science knowledge necessary to answer their biggest research questions.
Magdalene Pernambuco ’22 chats with her aunt and grandfather — Barnard professor Sandra Goldmark and her father, Peter Goldmark — about their newly published collaboration, Haikus for New York City.
The funding will support 30 Pell-eligible students and enable research on how to better help academically talented women from low-income families pursue undergraduate STEM degrees.
Three students have shared their Barnard journeys since they first arrived on campus four years ago. Here, the graduating seniors close out their college experience with one final look back.
A year after COVID-19 became a national emergency, a campus-run project to monitor coronavirus in wastewater is part of a multi-pronged effort to keep the community safe during the pandemic.
The recent National Science Foundation fellow is the third person in Barnard’s history to become a Gates Cambridge scholar.
A collaboration between Professor Rae Silver and four Barnard affiliates yields exciting results for our understanding of circadian rhythms.
With only 2% of STEM jobs held by Black women nationwide, Barnard community members discuss the importance of mentoring and retaining Black women who are interested in the sciences.
Four students studying environmental science, neuroscience, economics, and biology share what it means to pursue STEM-based research at Barnard in a pandemic.
Roman Family Teaching & Research Fellow in computer science Adam Poliak discusses his latest research on internet searches for police reform.