Eight students share how they’re planning to spend winter recess — from movie binges to eating orange jello.
The College welcomed nearly 400 high school students through the gates this summer.
Barnard’s resident expert on all things canine goes deeper into her new book about the highs and chewed-up-furniture lows of the first year with a new dog.
After being mentored by stellar science faculty across the City at Barnard’s Summer Research Institute, 285 students celebrated at one of NYC’s largest gatherings dedicated to young women scientists.
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 graduating senior explores how she uses pole dance for mental health awareness and to celebrate her Asian roots. #CelebrateAAPIHeritageMonth
The psychoanalyst and professor created the foundations for community-based mental health services and education in Harlem. #BarnardCelebratesBlackHistory #BarnardYearOfScience
The Barnard alumna shares how the community she found on campus informs her psychology research into Latina mental health.
The panel ‘Grey Matter’ brought together experts on teen brain development to empower parents to support their kids during these stressful times.
Through faculty mentorship and Barnard’s Summer Research Institute (SRI), the two are continuing to collaborate to better understand global student perceptions around gender and science.
As undergraduate research assistants at Barnard, Kaiser helped to break ground on research into adult separation anxiety disorder, and Ward studied COVID-19’s effects on people living with OCD. #BarnardYearofScience
Meet Barnard’s student-athlete Hayler Willner ’22, Women’s Crew.
Kaylin Marcotte ’12, the founder of Jiggy Puzzles, strikes a Shark Tank deal with her frame-worthy jigsaw puzzles designed by women artists.
In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month this month, the professor of psychology discusses her personal tipping point into activism and the journey for the larger Asian American community.
Driven by her passion for criminal justice reform and civil rights law, Rachel Barkin ’22 is defending the First Amendment rights of the people affected by the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Lecturer Rob Brotherton discusses the psychology of fake news and why we fall for it.
In celebration of Latinx Heritage Month and Hispanic Heritage Month, the president of Mujeres explores how the student organization and Barnard helped to grow her pride and voice.
The Summer Colloquium kept 350 community members virtually connected with more than 80 programs and events around career opportunities.
Barnard College’s “toddler whisperer” and professor of psychology Tovah P. Klein offers expert advice for staying close this Mother's Day while socially distancing.
From biology to psychology, Barnard leadership and faculty share their expertise on how best to cope during the current crisis.
To help everyone cope with COVID-19 anxiety, assistant professor of psychology Michael G. Wheaton offers some much-needed advice.
Read about the latest fellowships and grants won by Barnard faculty and campus programs.
UWS community news site, West Side Rag, visits the Horowitz Dog Cognition Lab.
Profiles of women in science: Rae Silver, Neuroscience Program and Psychology at Barnard College, and Department of Psychology at Columbia University, New York, NY USA.
Lisa Son, associate professor of psychology, gets in her own head about her new book and the metacognitive hurdles she jumped to learn how to type it in Korean.
One of the many things students value about their Barnard experience is the opportunity to compete in NCAA Division I Athletics through the Columbia/Barnard Athletic Consortium. Barnard is the only women's college—and one of only a few liberal arts colleges—to offer Division I athletics. This article features diver Seanna Barrett '19, who is majoring in psychology and plans to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner after graduation.
In recognition of Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 7–13) and World Mental Health Day (October 10), Professor Michael G. Wheaton discusses the meanings of the three ubiquitous letters.
Professor Joshua New and Professor Homa Zarghamee analyze the ways in which we make choices and how these choices impact our individual and collective good.
Professor Alexandra Horowitz and Professor John Glendinning dissect the differing ways in which humans and animals experience the world through smell and taste.
Robert Remez untangles how our brains decipher speech out of the jumble of sounds around us.
Prof. Light teaches the Introduction to Experimental Psychology Lab and the Psychology of Learning Lab. Outside of the classroom, Light plays poker (he's been featured on NBC's Poker After Dark) and also brews his own beer, plays guitar, and sings.