Join The Hughes Science Pipeline Project and the Barnard Center for Research on Women for the 19th annual Distinguished Women in Science Lecture.
Join Marion Nestle, Distinguished Women in Science lecturer, for a discussion of the science and politics behind what we eat.
An audience-led panel will explore how artists and scientists use innovative technology and dance methods to uncover new ways to express human movement.
Gladys turned her love of astronomy into a pursuit to understand the physics of the universe. She works as a research assistant on VERITAS, a gamma-ray telescope observatory in southern Arizona.
Chemistry major WeiTing Chen ’14 was the first Barnard student ever to be accepted to the ultra-competitive Exceptional Research Opportunities Program (EXROP) run by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Prof. Sharp to deliver Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History
December 18, 2013
Women scientists should foster interest in science and mentor younger generations.