From its early days as an institution of higher learning for women, Barnard College pursued a curriculum that embraced the ideal of mens sana in corpore sano—“a sound mind in a sound body".
In the Winter 2015 issue of the magazine we featured alumnae who have returned to Barnard to teach. Here are several of the alumnae whose contributions also make Barnard the unique place it is—the administrators who run the College and provide an array of services other than instruction.
8 Business Lessons from former Wall-Streeter Sallie Krawcheck.
The news from Silicon Valley these days is mixed. Working at these jobs, even for those so recently out of college, can be a heady thing. High-tech start-ups—particularly the most successful, particularly in the Valley—have a well-honed ethos of chill. There are also, though, no women.
Alumnae-to-Student Mentoring Program celebrates the end of another successful year.
A host of projects confirms the College's commitment to new technology.
As part of the MAPS Program, young alumnae mentors and students meet for ice skating and hot chocolate.
Scientists discuss male and female brains and the origin of differences—do they exist?
Professor David Weiman specializes in economic history.
Alumnae return to teach the next generation of Barnard students