Barnard has no shortage of women researchers who lead the way and open doors for other women.
Year of Science Stories
Look back at the highlights from the 2021-2022 academic year, when the College celebrated all things STEM.
Catherine Cardelús ’96, Leslie Cooperband ’82, and Rhea Suh ’92 each work to create a healthier planet.
Biology lecturer and alumna Chisa Hidaka ’86 guides students through the intersection of STEM and movement by exploring the anatomy in action.
The Dobbs v. Jackson ruling ends federal protection of abortion rights.
Carol D. Berkowitz ’65, M.D., Sareh Parangi ’86, M.D., and Roberta Levy Schwartz ’91 have devoted their lives to health and wellness.
The anthropology major (above, second from left) reflects on her nearly decade-long journey as a climate activist — from first recognizing the importance of reversing climate change in middle school to becoming a sustainability leader at Barnard College.
Talya Bock ’06 and Susan Pozo ’76 share their career paths in economics and advice on dealing with the economy.
Studying economics at Barnard led Terri Liftin ’90 to a career in the financial world.
Angier believes that when it comes to science, 'it belongs to all of us' and should be part of our daily discourse.
Alumnae in the health sciences pay it forward through the Dean Esther Rowland Scholarship Fund, in honor of a trailblazing adviser.
The author of Hair Story shares how she turned a Barnard senior research project into her first book, now celebrating its 21st anniversary.