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For The Public Good

Inaugural Panel
Thursday, October 13, 2011
5:30 PM
Event Oval, The Diana Center

This panel inaugurates a multi-year, interdisciplinary project to examine the “public good.”

Roadmap for Addressing Sex Differences in Pain Management

September 26, 2011
2 - 4PM

A distinguished panel of researchers, physicians and women’s health specialists come together to discuss how the biological differences between the sexes influence public health, biomedical research, and health care.

Glamour Magazine and Barnard College Present: The Secrets to Success For Twentysomethings

Glamour magazine’s Top 10 College Women Competition celebrates this year’s winners with an enlightening conversation on leadership and success.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011 6PM
Event Oval, The Diana Center

Glamour magazine’s Top 10 College Women Competition celebrates this year’s winners with an enlightening conversation on leadership and success.

What’s Water Worth? Hydrofracking and its impact on New York Drinking Water

A panel with John Conrad, IOGA of NY; Paul Gallay, Executive Director Riverkeeper; Caswell F. Holloway, Commissioner, New York City Department of Environmental Protection; and Martin Stute, Professor and Co-chair, Department of Environmental Science
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
6:30 PM
James Room, 4th Floor Barnard Hall

Join a distinguished panel of scientists, politicians and activists to explore the issues behind the ongoing hydrofracking controversy.

Reading the Election

The Barnard English Department discusses the role of literature in understanding the 2016 presidential election.
Monday, November 21, 2016
6 PM
Ella Weed

The Barnard English Department discusses the role of literature in understanding the 2016 presidential election.

EXHIBITING CULTURE

Wednesday November 9, 2016
6pm
Diana Center Event Oval

EXHIBITING CULTURE
A panel discussion co-sponsored by the Anchorage Museum and the Barnard College Art History Department.

Part of a series organized by the Anchorage Museum's Polar Lab initiative called Curated Conversations, Exhibiting Culture brings together artists, curators, museums and universities to consider the future of presenting multiple voices and cultures in museums, galleries, educational institutions, and public spaces. This Curated Conversation will explore how we indigenize and decolonize institutions, what should/should not be exhibited, models of collaboration and community participation, and ways to build powerful narratives around sensitive and/or contentious histories and objects. 

Participants:
Kathleen Ash-Milby, associate curator, National Museum of the American Indian
Julie Decker, director, Anchorage Museum
Maria Hupfield, artist
Elizabeth Hutchinson (moderator), Associate Professor, Barnard College/Columbia University
Sonya Kelliher-Combs, artist 
Maia Nuku, associate curator of Oceanic Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Images of African and Latin American Migration and Border-crossing in Cinema

Monday, November 14, 2016
6-8 PM
Sulzberger Parlor (Barnard Hall)

A Pannel  organized by The Institute of Latin American Studies (Columbia University) & the Spanish and Latin American Cultures Department (Barnard College)

Women in Rock + Metal

A Panel Discussion
Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
7PM-9PM
304 Barnard Hall (Held Lecture Hall)