Barnard College News
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.
The computer scientist discusses his latest research on internet searches for police reform.
The chief innovation officer of a major hospital center shared her experiences in the healthcare system during COVID-19, as the final event of the Big Problems: Making Sense of 2020 lecture series.
The Microsoft principal researcher shares her thoughts on creating inclusive technology, her journey into STEM, and playing the bagpipes.
The president and CEO of AnitaB.org shares strategies for the vital work of getting more women into computer science.
From faculty to alumnae and a student, seven doers and thinkers are highlighted for the different ways they are contributing to society in the midst of an epidemic.
The Summer Colloquium kept 350 community members virtually connected with more than 80 programs and events around career opportunities.
Nine students in Barnard’s inaugural Computer Science Summer Research Program worked with Barnard and Columbia professors on projects that ranged from improving inclusivity to healthcare.