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Fall 2016
After three years of research, review, and refinement, as well as lengthy discussions about the College’s mission and goals, this fall Barnard implemented a forward-looking new curriculum...

Classrooms Without Walls

City's cultural institutions inspire digital scholarship

Diving into STEM

Students tackle graduate-level projects at Barnard's Summer Research Institute

Summer 2016
Exceptional leaders who have shaped politics, advocacy, literature, and science joined the Class of 2016 to celebrate at this year’s commencement. Anne-Marie Slaughter, president and CEO of...
Summer 2016
Each year, the Edith and Frances Mulhall Achilles Memorial Fund generously provides graduate fellowship grants for outstanding alumnae. The application and interview process is overseen by the...
Summer 2016
Just a floor below the grand masterpieces and the frenzy of tourists at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Choi Mak ’18 sits in a small lab outfitted...
Summer 2016
Over a long career in communications, Elaine Schlozman Chapnick ’61 has devoted herself to children’s issues, public health, and other societal issues. She worked on educational programming...
Spring 2016
For most people, the twin processes of listening and speaking are so natural that we never pause to think about how they work. But in the moment...