Sabre stars Chloe Gouhin ’25 and Tamar Gordon ’26 share what drives them to win.
Barnard has no shortage of women researchers who lead the way and open doors for other women.
From settling into newly declared majors to looking forward to graduation and beyond, these four students know exactly why they’re excited for the new year.
Eight students share how they’re planning to spend winter recess — from movie binges to eating orange jello.
In Professor Mark Santolucito’s course Arts and Computing in NYC, Barnard students collaborated with students at FIT for a deep dive into the marriage of creativity and technology.
After its successful debut last summer, the program returned for its second year, welcoming more educators and learning specialists from across New York City.
The chemistry professor and department chair inspired a generation of alumnae to pursue careers in STEM.
This year, Barnard women are the recipients of some of the most prestigious grants and fellowships for scientific research.
Computer science majors Whitney Deng ’24 and Theodore Nelson CC’24 are collaborating on a novel NASA project to help reduce bacterial infections in space.
The aspiring computer science major shares her busy College life, from studying Swahili at Columbia to prepping for her campaign run for Barnard’s Student Government Association. #BarnardYearOfScience
For National Women’s Health and Fitness Day (September 29), hear from the Women's Crew member about balancing academics and athletics.
In Mark Santolucito’s computer science course Creative Embedded Systems, students problem-solved to produce sculptures that spin, roll, or give the illusion of flight. #BarnardYearOfScience
Launched in 2014, the ever-growing annual program is a testament to Barnard’s commitment to the sciences.
In Computational Text Analysis, students gain the computer science knowledge necessary to answer their biggest research questions.
A roundup of the latest research achievements by the College’s faculty members.
Roman Family Teaching & Research Fellow in computer science Adam Poliak discusses his latest research on internet searches for police reform.
Read about the latest grants earned by Barnard faculty and staff to support their research.
Sarah Morrison-Smith and Adam Poliak were awarded an unrestricted gift from Google’s explore CSR initiative to launch a program called “Barnard BEARS: Better, Enhance, and Advance Research Series.” Barnard BEARS is a workshop preparing Barnard undergraduates for opportunities in computer science research.
Read about the latest grant accomplishments from the Barnard community.
Because the need to make sense of urgent questions can’t wait, the College introduced a new course that puts first-years first.
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.
For her new First-Year Seminar Technology & Society, the professor of computer science will help students explore all facets of technology.
With this funding, the College will help grow the number of women in computer science.
On October 5th, the Barnard Computer Science Department and Vagelos Computational Science Center hosted DivHacks, the annual diversity hackathon created and organized by Columbia Womxn in Computer Science (WiCS).
by Ajita Bala