Recorded Event Archive

Relive the Barnard event you may have missed!

Alumnae Relations records select events throughout the year. Below you will find a selection of recent events for you to explore at your leisure.

For more videos of alumnae events, visit our YouTube channel.


Featured Event:
The Future is Female: A Faculty Lecture by Robert A. McCaughey

In this fascinating lecture, Robert A. McCaughey, Professor of History and Janet H. Robb Chair in the Social Sciences discusses the history of the founding and leadership of Barnard College, looks at the demographics of the faculty, and much more.


Clinton or Trump: What Political Scientists Can Tell Us

What can political scientists predict about the outcome of the 2016 election? And what can presidency scholars tell us about the governing styles of a Clinton or Trump presidency? Given the dismal track record of pundits and pollsters in this election cycle, can political scientists do any better?


Building a Bold Network

Author, speaker, and marketing communications consultant Marny Lifshen discusses why and how networking can make a significant difference in career success and how to develop clear, targeted, and achievable networking goals, strategies, plans and skills.


Leadership Assembly 2016 - In Conversation with Debora L. Spar and Terry Newman ’79

In this informal event, Barnard President Debora L. Spar and AABC President Terry Newman ’79 discuss the past, present, and future of Barnard.


It All Comes Back to Barnard: Live Alumnae Storytelling

From Reunion 2016. Led by Ophira Eisenberg, comedian and host of NPR’s Ask Me Another, this show is produced by renowned storytelling organization, The Moth. Storytellers: Judith Gold Stitzel ’61, Ruth Abusch-Magder ’91, and Jamil Higley ’96.


Older Events

A Cornucopia of Culinary Talents: Barnard Women in Food

Author Reading and Discussion with Cecily Wong ’10

Putin and After: A Lecture by Barnard Professor Kimberly Marten