New website launches Tuesday, September 27!
The Alumnae Website Advisory Committee has already shared some of the new features to be excited about. Here are a few important notes about the launch.
A New Alumnae Website is Coming...
Barnard is launching a new online alumnae community on Tuesday, September 27! Along with a new, modern design, the website will feature a number of enhancements and opportunities.
All. Together. Now.
Support Barnard and The Bold Standard with an annual gift.
Website Access Notice
An important message about upcoming upgrades being made to the alumnae website.
Alumnae Summer School 2016
Catch up on some of Barnard's recorded lectures and performances wherever you are this Summer!
One month until Barnard welcomes the Class of 2020!
Learn about Barnard's newest incoming class and how NSOP will be welcoming them to campus.
Email Forwarding function being phased out
Important notice regarding @alum.barnard.edu email forwarding addresses.
Thank you to all the alumnae, students, parents and friends that generously gave to Barnard this year!
Announcing the 2016 AABC Fellowship Recipients
The recipients of the 2016 AABC Fellowships for Graduate Study are pursuing a diverse range of degrees in a variety of fields from sustainable poverty to Shakespeare to Neuroscience and more.
Now is the time!
Barnard relies on alumnae. If you haven’t had a chance, now is the time to make your gift.
Author Reading and Discussion with Cecily Wong ’10
View the video from the Young Alumnae Committee's March 31st event featuring alumna author, Cecily Wong '10.
Honor a woman who inspired you!
Whether she was a mother, grandmother, mentor, or friend, honor her with a gift to Barnard’s annual fund.
Gary Carskaddan joins Barnard as Senior Director of Individual Giving
It is with great excitement that I introduce myself to the Barnard College alumnae community as the new Senior Director of Individual Giving.
Columbia Alumni Softball Team
The Columbia Alumni Softball Team is looking for Barnard alumnae to join for their 2016 season.
Calling All Former Barnard Bulletin Staff
This year the Barnard Bulletin, Barnard’s first campus news source and now lifestyle magazine, celebrated its 115th birthday. The current editorial board is looking to launch a slue of new programming for the Bulletin community, and they want to get past and present staff involved.
Thank You March Donors!
Thank you to the 672 alumnae who made their gifts and became a #BarnardMarchDonor.
Vote now in the AABC Elections
Make your voice heard in the Alumnae Association's first ever 100% green election!
Last March was great! Make this March even better!
March is a great month to make your gift. In 2015 we raised $184,000, and this year we’re going for $250,000.
Phonathon 2016 was a success!
Thank you to all our Phonathon 2016 callers and donors.
Career Development Guest Webinar: The Neuroscience of Career Success
Looking for effective tools to be happier and more successful in your job and career? Barnard Career Development is pleased to host Nora Simpson, CC '02, who will present a free webinar for alumnae on this enlightening topic.
Watch Leadership Assembly Conversation with Barnard President Debora Spar and Terry Newman '79
Barnard President Debora Spar and AABC President Terry Newman '79 discuss the increase in applications, Barnard's new teaching and learning center, what recently read books they'd recommend, and more. Part of Leadership Assembly 2015 activities.
Watch Putin and After: A Lecture by Barnard Professor Kimberly Marten
On December 1, 2015, Project Continuum, a volunteer group that brings together Barnard graduates ages 50 and over and promotes dialogue around the diverse personal and professional issues they face, invited all alumnae to "Putin and After: Russia and the Outside World, Today and Tomorrow," a campus lecture with Barnard Professor and expert on US-Russia relations, Kimberly Marten.
Barnard Theatre presents BINGO, Alumnae Night on Thursday 12.10
“To have usurped the place of god, and lied...” In his final days, Shakespeare measures the value of writing against the grim reality surrounding his Stratford garden: a vagrant girl rotting on the gibbet for the crime of looking for work.
Join Barnard Library Monday 12.14 for a silkscreen party celebrating Lehman Hall
Join your pals at Barnard Library for a silkscreen party celebrating our beloved Lehman Hall! Drop by to DIY a commemorative silkscreen patch while enjoying snacks and hot bevs (obviously). This is a different patch from the retro iron-on we were handing out at paint night, so don't miss it!
Join the Alma Maters Committee
We are extending an invitation to join the Barnard Alma Maters (Sweet Mothers) Committee, a standing committee of the Alumnae Association, for alumnae focused on the challenges and joys of balancing motherhood, work, and other aspects of women's lives.
Giving Day 2015 Thank You from Annual Giving!
Giving Day 2015 was hugely successful! Barnard finished second in participation among all 19 participating schools fueled by the social media posts of alumnae volunteers and their classmates and friends.
Save the date for Barnard's Eighth Annual Global Symposium: Women Changing Europe, in Paris, France
In its exciting eighth year, the Global Symposium will travel, for the first time, to Europe. On March 18, 2016, Barnard College will gather together in Paris, France, a group of prominent leaders from throughout the region to discuss some of the current events and rapidly changing policies that are influencing women’s roles across Europe, both in and out of the workplace.
Livestream Barnard President Debora Spar and AABC President Terry Newman '79 in conversation
We're delighted to announce that as part of Leadership Assembly activities this coming Friday, November 13, a State of the College conversation with Barnard President Debora Spar and Alumnae Association of Barnard College President Terry Newman '79 will be broadcast via Livestream for all alumnae to experience.
Deadline for AABC Graduate Fellowship application: Friday, November 13
The deadline to submit your application for the AABC Fellowship for Graduate Study is FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2015 at 5:00PM EST. To apply, you must plan to enroll or be enrolled in a full-time, graduate degree program for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Meet and Discuss Women in Iran with Nina Ansary '89
BCRW and the Middle East Institute at Columbia University are proud to host author and Barnard/Columbia University alum Nina Ansary '89 in a conversation with Richard Bulliet, Columbia Professor of History and Middle East Studies, on Ansary’s widely anticipated book Jewels of Allah.
Strengthen your job search, interviewing, and negotiating skills
Join fellow alumnae for one, two, or all three of Career Development’s remaining fall on-campus workshops.
Barnard Career Development Civic Engagement Speaker Series
The Barnard Civic Engagement Program is seeking alumnae volunteers to come and share their professional experience with current students! This year we’re launching the Civic Engagement Speaker Series to engage alumnae on how different industries incorporate service into their mission.
Livestream upcoming Barnard events
The Office of Alumnae Relations is partnering with the Barnard Center for Research on Women to make a handful of events more accessible to those who may not be able to make it to campus.
Discussion of Julia Cheiffetz '00 edited book about Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Join authors Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik, along with HarperCollins executive editor Julia Cheiffetz '00, as they discuss this dynamic new book.
BEnet: How D’Artagnan’s Ariane Daguin Pioneered Farm to Table Heritage Meats in the United States and Built a $100MM Company
On the evening of September 30th, BEnet members were treated to a very special evening when Ariane Daguin, the award winning founder and CEO of D’Artagnan, was interviewed by her longtime friend Sara Moulton, the television personality, cookbook author, and former executive chef of Gourmet Magazine.
Convocation 2015 Photos
On September 10th, President Spar and the entire Barnard community - fellow alumnae, current students, trustees, faculty, and staff - participated in Convocation. View photos from the event, including the alumnae procession and keynote address by Dara Richardson-Heron ’85, Chief Executive Officer of YWCA USA.
Career Development offers on-campus workshops for alumnae this fall, and archived webinars year-round.
Are you looking for ways to make your job search more effective? Considering a career shift or change? Wondering what’s different since the last time you looked for work...and if you really have to use LinkedIn? Barnard Career Development can help!
iRelaunch Return-to-Work Conference Thursday, October 1, 2015
Currently out of the workforce but planning to go back? The iRelaunch Return-to-Work Conference is a day of intensive education and networking that will give you the strategy, tools, confidence, and connections to help you return to work.
Alumnae Summer School
Keep yourself intellectually stimulated while you soak up the summer with Alumnae Summer School, six weeks of online events and lectures from Barnard’s 125th year.
AABC Fellowship for Graduate Study Application
The application for the AABC Fellowship for Graduate Study is now available! To apply, you must plan to enroll or be enrolled in a full-time, graduate degree program for the 2016-2017 academic year.
92nd Street Y Women in Leadership: Barnard President Debora Spar and Indra Nooyi with Bill George
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Club of Palm Beach County
Reunion 2015 Recap
A brief recap of the 2015 Barnard Reunion festivities, complete with links to photos!
Reunion 2015 Class Photos
Class Photos from Reunion, posted online and available to download
Barnard Gala Record!
Annual Gala raises record-breaking $5.6 million and honors Lida Orzeck '68, John Studzinski, and the late Joan Rivers '54.
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Alumnae in Taipei
On May 1st, 2015, Barnard College alumnae and Smith College alumnae co-hosted a dinner in Taipei with special guest, Taiwanese-American director/actor Barney Cheng.
BEnet: Life’s a Pitch
On the evening of April 13th, BEnet hosted a workshop with Lisa Ekus '79 to help alumnae participants learn to build their brand through entrepreneurial self promotion.
Columbia Alumni Softball Team | Summer Schedule
Join the Alumni Softball Team Out of the Blue This Summer in Central Park!
Women Changing the World: A Day of Dialogue – Video
On March 13, President Debora Spar and the Barnard community welcomed Queen Noor of Jordan; Nobel Peace Prize Winner Leymah Gbowee; CARE USA CEO Helene Gayle ’76; President of the Goldman Sachs Foundation and Founder of 10,000 Women Dina Powell; New York City Commissioner for International Affairs Penny Abeywardena; and more than a dozen other women leaders from around the world for Barnard's 7th Annual Global Symposium, Women Changing the World.
Barnard Birthdays of Note
On March 30th, Barnard’s oldest living alumna, Alice Corneille Cardozo, celebrated her 103rd birthday. Still a strong beautiful Barnard woman, she is "doing well and as proud as ever of her Barnard education" reports her daughter.
Live in New York and Love Frozen Yogurt?
Barnard Senior Fund 2015 is having a fundraiser at 16 Handles.
Regional Club Corner: Updates from Barnard in Washington
Barnard in Washington (BIW) has a number of exciting events and initiatives coming up this spring in the Washington, DC metro area. Look for the BIW Spring Newsletter in the mail soon!
LinkedIn How-Tos from Barnard Career Development
LinkedIn How-tos are a focus for the next two Barnard Career Development workshops.
BEnet: The Making of an Extraordinary Art Gallerist
An Evening with Dominique Lévy
Becoming a StoryDoing Company
How to Uncover the Authentic Story of Your Business and Effectively Communicate it Through Action.
Seeking Barnard Alumnae Involved in Social Ventures
The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School is seeking alumnae who have worked closely with or have started their own social ventures, whether nonprofit 501(c)(3) (or its equivalent outside the US), for-profit social ventures (including Benefit Corporations or B-Corps), or social venture capital firms with a clearly defined social or environmental mission.
Seeking Civically-Engaged Barnard Alumnae
Barnard’s New York City Civic Engagement Program (NYCCEP) is looking for alumnae who have forged careers within the nonprofit sector, as well those who have found careers that incorporate social good outside of the public sphere – such as within corporate diversity departments, the pro-bono law world, a banking institution’s foundation, scientific labs that do research to benefit communities, and b-corporations.
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Club of Connecticut
On Sunday, January 18, 2015, the Barnard Club of Connecticut hosted Answering the Cry for Help, an event open to both Barnard Alumnae and the public, at the Fairfield Public Library.
Be a Part of BOSS’s Celebration of Black Womanhood Week!
Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters (BOSS) wants help from Barnard’s alumnae in promoting their Celebration of Black Womanhood Week and encouraging black women on campus. They will be holding an online campaign celebrating the achievements of black Barnard women they look up to.
Regional Club Corner: President Spar in London
On January 28, over sixty alumnae gathered in London for a reception with Barnard President Debora L. Spar.
Make the Magic 2015 with Camp Kesem Columbia
Camp Kesem Columbia University serves children in the New York City metropolitan area whose parents have been affected by cancer. Help support the Columbia University chapter by attending their annual fundraising event, Make the Magic, on March 5, 2015.
Alumnae Peer-Tutoring Program
If you live in the NYC area and can come to campus for two hours a week to tutor a student in a subject you love, please consider applying to be an APP volunteer tutor.
Recap: Tovah Klein, Director of the Barnard Center for Toddler Development, in New York and San Diego
Tovah Klein, director of the Barnard Center for Toddler Development, recently addressed groups of alumnae in New York (hosted by Alma Maters on December 4, 2014) and San Diego (hosted by the Barnard Club of San Diego on January 10) to share her current research in the area of toddler development and talk about her recent book, How Toddlers Thrive. Alumnae learned how to incorporate Dr. Klein’s findings in their parenting techniques.
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Club of Philadelphia
On January 7th, alumnae gathered at the Philadelphia City Institute for a workshop on networking led by Christine Valenza Shin '84, Alumnae Counselor at Barnard Career Development.
Brief Alumnae Survey from the Athena Center
We are very interested in your input so that we might offer Leadership Development programs geared towards the needs and interests of Barnard's alumnae. Please take a minute to complete our short survey.
BEnet's Holiday in Harlem at Vinatería
On Monday evening, December 15th, Barnard alumnae and guests shared lively conversation over a delicious three-course meal at alumna Yvette Leeper-Bueno's ('90) Michelin-recommended restaurant, Vinatería.
Founders Day Faculty Panel Videos
Missed Founders Day? See videos of faculty panels from Sunday, October 26, 2014, when Barnard opened its doors for a daylong celebration of the College’s 125th anniversary and legacy of excellence in educating women.
A Message from President Spar to Barnard Community
A note In the aftermath of the grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Missouri, and right here, in New York City.
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Club of London Networking Panel
On Sunday, October 5th, the Barnard Club in London held its first Networking Panel at the Pelham Hotel. The event was very successful and attracted about 25 alums many of whom were more recent Barnard graduates which is always great to see.
Host a Barnard@Work event at your office
We are looking for alumnae to host our popular Barnard@Work faculty lectures this spring.
Calling All Columbines – Barnard's A Cappella Group in the 1950s/60s
Did you sing with the Columbines? If yes, we invite you to share your memories – including names of singers, repertoire, performances – and please send any programs or pictures you have!
Regional Club Corner: Upcoming Events in Los Angeles
The Barnard Club of Los Angeles has a busy schedule of events this fall.
Making Barnard History
Barnard’s 125th anniversary provides an opportunity to reconsider the College’s history. Join us in a four-session evening series in which alumnae join with administrators and faculty, both active and retired, in “Making Barnard History.”
Do you have a Barnard Alumnae Book Club?
Alumnae Affairs is looking to connect with all of our alumnae book clubs across the globe to bring you joint meeting possibilities in the future.
Join Your Class's Reunion Planning Committee
Reunion 2015 may seem far away, but the milestone classes are already starting to plan events!
Regional Club Corner: Class of 2018 Welcome Receptions
The Barnard Club of Long Island welcomes members of the Class of 2018 into the Barnard family.
Video: Reunion 2014
Whether or not you were able to join us in person for Reunion 2014, we hope you will enjoy our highlight video.
BEnet: The Venture Capitalist Career - Insights from a Barnard Alumna
View the video from Barnard Entrepreneurs' Network's (BEnet) July 10 event featuring Sarayu Srinivasan, venture capitalist and founder/CEO of Kaargo.com.
Registration is Open: Alumnae Courses This Fall
Registration is open for our fall alumnae courses.
Recap: Project Continuum Tour of Four Freedoms Park
Project Continuum hosted a sold-out summer gathering for alumnae on Wednesday, August, 6th.
BCRW courses for alumnae this fall
We are excited to announce that Alumnae Affairs will join with the Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW) to offer three courses this fall.
BEnet: Financing a Woman-Owned, Early Stage Business
View the video from Barnard Entrepreneurs' Network's (BEnet) June 16 event featuring angel investor and serial entrepreneur, Liddy Karter ’80.
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Club of Connecticut
Alumnae Affairs is excited to highlight club activities from around the world every month.
Reunion 2014 Photos
Photos from Reunion are now available!
2014 Alumnae of Color Dinner: Alumnae Voices in Education
View the video presentation from this year's Alumnae of Color Dinner highlighting inspirational alumnae educators.
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Professors On the Road
This spring, Barnard professors have visited alumnae groups across the country and around the world, leading engaging talks and discussions in South Florida, Jerusalem, and Washington, DC.
BEnet: B the Change – Using Business as a Force for Social Good
View the video from Barnard Entrepreneurs' Network's (BEnet) April 1 event featuring a panel of social entrepreneurs from the NYC B Corp community.
Drama and Theatre Arts Newsletter
View the annual Drama and Theatre Arts newsletter.
Treasures of New York: Barnard College
WNET, the New York PBS affiliate, will air Treasures of New York: Barnard College throughout the month of May!
Regional Club Corner: South Florida Events Recap
Hilary Callahan, Barnard Professor of Biological Sciences traveled to South Florida.
Barnard Reunion 2014
Reunion 2014 is just around the corner and we cannot wait to see you back on campus!
BEnet: The Entrepreneur Restaurateur on Breaking Culinary Ground
View the video from Barnard Entrepreneurs' Network's (BEnet) March 10 event featuring five acclaimed restaurateurs.
Recap: Global Symposium China
Barnard College hosted its sixth annual Global Symposium in China on Wednesday, March 19.
Regional Club Corner: Barnard Club of Colorado
The Barnard Club of Colorado is launching this spring!
A Short & Happy Guide to Being a Law Student by Paula Franzese '80
Adjunct professor of Political Science at Barnard, Paula A. Franzese '80, has just published a guide for those considering a career in the legal field.
Barnard College History Department Is on Facebook!
Connect with the past in the 21st Century.
Women Changing China 6th Annual Barnard Global Symposium
Women Changing China will bring together some of China’s most prominent women leaders in government, commerce, academia, media, and the arts.
In Remembrance - Professor Remington Patterson
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the recent death of Remington Patterson, a beloved member of our community for nearly four decades.
President Spar Book Tour
President Spar has been on the road promoting her new book, Wonder Women: Sex, Power and the Quest for Perfection, and she has been meeting with alumnae along the way.
Athena Film Festival
The Athena Film Festival is just around the corner! Check out this year's films and alumnae events.
Visit the Barnard Store!
For all things Barnard, visit the Barnard Store, on campus and on line!
Barnard Alma Maters Tour of Elizabeth Dee Gallery in Chelsea
Alma Maters visited the Elizabeth Dee Gallery with alumna art critic, Kathleen Madden '92.
AABC Alumnae Fellowship for Graduate Study
The application for the 2014 Alumnae Association of Barnard College Fellowship is now available.
Join Your Class's Reunion Planning Committee
If you graduated in a year ending in a 4 or a 9, Reunion 2014 is your year!
Regional Alumnae Clubs Welcome the Newest Members of the Barnard Family
Barnard hosted send-off parties in regions all over the country to welcome the newest members of the Barnard family before they hit campus.
New Phone Numbers for Alumnae Affairs
The Alumnae Affairs staff have new phone numbers. Make sure to update your information!
Memorial Service and Reception in Honor of Peter Juviler
A memorial service will be held for Professor Emeritus, Peter Juviler on Friday, September 20, 2013 at 4pm in the James Memorial Chapel at Union Theological Seminary
Video: Reunion 2013
View highlights from Reunion 2013!
BEnet at Google
On August 6th, Barnard Entrepreneurs' Network embarked on a field trip to visit Google for a private tour of its workspace.
BEnet: A New Playbook for Business Strategy in Today's Fast Changing World
View the video from the Barnard Entrepreneurs Network's (BEnet) event "A New Playbook for Business Strategy in Today's Fast Changing World" with Rita Gunther McGrath '81.
Alumnae Storytelling Performance at Reunion
Watch videos from this year’s alumnae storytelling performance.
Recap: Reunion 2013
Congratulations to all alumnae who celebrated Reunion 2013 at Barnard, and thank you for attending!
BEnet: Disruptive Innovation and the Evolution of a Lifestyle Brand
View the video from the Barnard Entrepreneurs Network's (BEnet) event "Disruptive Innovation and the Evolution of a Lifestyle Brand" with Eva Jeanbart Lorenzotti '90.
New Podcast Features Voices of Today's Young Feminists
Barnard has launched a new podcast series on young feminists.
BEnet: Dreaming in Digital
View the video from the Barnard Entrepreneurs Network's (BEnet) launch event "Dreaming in Digital," with Shelley Zalis '83.
Theatre/Drama and Theatre Arts newsletter
View the annual Theatre/Drama and Theatre Arts newsletter.
Ari Brose '84 honored by Columbia Athletics
Columbia Athletics honored Ari Brose '84 with the Athletics Alumni Award at the 92nd Annual Varsity C Celebration. Brose is a member of the Columbia Athletics Women's Leadership Council and was named one of the 25 most influential alumnae in the history of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium.
Regional Club Corner
Alumnae Affairs is excited to highlight club activities from around the world every month. If you have highlights to share please send them to Celeste L. Rivera, Manager of Regional Alumnae Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumnae Affairs Volunteer Leader Newsletter
Interested in being more involved with Barnard? There are many ways to connect to Barnard, and the Alumnae Affairs Volunteer Leader Newsletter is a great place to start.
Global Symposium and Alumnae Trip Recap
On March 18, 2013, Barnard College and President Debora Spar hosted the fifth annual Barnard College Global Symposium, Women Changing Brazil.
Celebrating Women's History Month with Five Senses Tastings
On Tuesday, March 19th, Barnard welcomed Five Senses Tastings, a special events company that specializes in "music tasting"--artfully pairing music with wine, cheese and chocolate--onto campus for a unique Women’s History Month event.
Barnard Career Development’s Offerings for Alumnae
Join Barnard Career Development at upcoming on-campus workshops and on-line webinars for alumnae.
Alumna in Action, March 2013: Erica Bell '06
Erica Bell ’06 envisioned a career in fashion before she even got to Barnard. New York became the setting where she created a network and developed a resume that started her on her way. Bell is now the co-founder of the new and massively popular online personal shopping service, Hukkster.com.
92nd St. Y Collaboration
Effective immediately, Barnard alumnae are eligible for a special 20% discount for most events and programs at the 92nd Street Y.
Recap: Athena Film Festival
Despite Nemo, the mega-blizzard that hit New York on Friday, making travel nearly impossible from Long Island, Connecticut, and parts of New Jersey, the third annual Athena Film Festival went on as scheduled before record audiences. A joint project of Barnard’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies and Women and Hollywood, the festival showed features, documentaries and shorts that highlight women’s leadership in real life and the fictional world.
Take a Barnard Student to Work Day
Impact the career of a Barnard woman - take a Barnard student to work! Career Development has planned a series of events to help the Class of 2013 with the job exploration and search process. One such event is Take a Barnard Student to Work Day.
Video: "The More Things Change: A Panel on Publishing Today"
On Monday, January 28th, we welcomed almost 40 alumnae back to campus for a discussion on the changing world of publishing. Watch the video of the lively and informative discussion.
Alumnae in Action, February 2013: Elizabeth Housman '03 and Sarah Housman '03
All medical doctors must go undergo the grueling training period of hospital residency, a period hallmarked by long hours and little sleep. Sarah and Elizabeth Housman, both Class of ’03, are in the midst of their residencies, but they are lucky enough to have each other as a support system. They are twins and residents in internal medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston. Both their spouses are residents at Beth Israel as well, forming a unique family network.
Vice President for College Relations, Dorothy Denburg, brings Barnard around the world
This fall Vice President for College Relations, Dorothy Denburg, has visited with Barnard alumnae here in the US and abroad bringing the latest news from campus and an array of academic presentations from professors in an effort to continually connect our alumnae outside of the tri-state area with the campus.
Leadership Assembly 2012
On October 25th and 26th, nearly 150 Alumnae Volunteer Leaders gathered on campus for Leadership Assembly 2012
Judge Nancy Gertner ’67 meets with alumnae in Boston to discuss her life and career
On Thursday, October 11, 2012, Judge Nancy Gertner ’67, author of In Defense of Women: Memoirs of an Unrepentant Advocate, discussed her career and read from her book at WilmerHale in Boston.
Speaker Volunteer Form
Do you want to share your expertise with students?
Calling All Docents
Invite Barnard Alumnae to your tours.
Video: Highlights from Reunion
The Reunion 2012 highlight video is now available online.
Scholarships Available for Women's Leadership Program
Women's leadership expert Tara Mohr brings you this wonderful opportunity for a scholarship for "Playing Big," a six-month program for women who want to play bigger in their work and in their lives.
Seven Sisters A Cappella Group
The MetropoliTones, the Seven Sisters a cappella group, are looking for new talent!
Remembering Professor Sally Chapman
Celebrate the life of Barnard professor Sally Chapman with the Chemistry Department on September 30.
Welcome Freshmen: Young Alumnae Take A Trip Down Memory Lane
Guest blogger Deena Shanker '05 shares her freshman memories and those of other young alumnae.
Barnard Alumnae Entrepreneurs Networking Group Questionnaire
Fill out this quick survey to help the new alumnae entrepreneurs networking group develop programming.
Barnard Summer Beach Read: Wrecked by Anna Davies ’05
Guest blogger Deena Shanker '05 reviews the new young adult novel, Wrecked, by her classmate Anna Davies '05.
The Modern Novel: An Online Course for Alumnae with Professor Mary Gordon '71
This fall Alumnae Affairs will be offering a five month online course on The Modern Novel with Professor Mary Gordon.
Young Alumnae Cocktail Party with President Spar
On Thursday, June 28th the Young Alumnae Committee hosted the second annual Young Alumnae Cocktail Party on the Green Roof with President Spar.
Pictures in the Collection of P.A.B. Widener at Lynnewood Hall, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania
Thanks to a recent gift from Dr. Ruth Steinberg ’72, Barnard Library joins the ranks of the British Library, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Frick, and the Morgan Library and Museum as one of a number of leading institutions holding a copy of the three-volume set, Pictures in the Collection of P.A.B. Widener at Lynnewood Hall, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.
Recap: Take a Barnard Student to Work Spring 2012
On Friday, February 24th, twenty-two alumnae hosted twenty-six Barnard seniors at their workplaces throughout NYC.
2012 Greek Games
The Greek Games return again this spring!
AABC Award Nominations
Each year Barnard honors extraordinary alumnae at Reunion. Submit your nomination today!
Help Plan Reunion!
Have ideas about what you want to see at Reunion? Join your class Reunion planning committee!
Barnard Cognitive Development Center Seeks Volunteers
Barnard Cognitive Development Center is looking for local alumnae with 5-month-olds through 8-year-olds to participate in fun, one-time cognitive development studies!
Barnard Music Survey
As part of the College’s continuing effort to expand and enrich the arts programs, the Music Program would like to have your insight and reflections on your experience in Barnard’s music program in order to improve our service to current students.
Reunion 2011 was a huge success! Over the course of the weekend, over 1,300 alumnae and guests joined us to celebrate Barnard.
Constance Hess Williams ’66 Endows Directorship of Athena Center
Constance Hess Williams ’66, Barnard trustee from 1990 to 2000 and a former Pennsylvania State Senator, will endow the directorship of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies. With this gift, Kathryn Kolbert, a renowned civil-rights attorney who has led the Athena Center since its launch in 2009, will become the Constance Hess Williams Director.
Barnard Symposium in Jerusalem
Barnard recently partnered with Bishvilaych to host a symposium on gender medicine and women's health.
Barnard at Heroes
Close to 300 alumnae, faculty, students and friends of Barnard College gathered at the November 9 “Heroes: Mortals and Myths in Ancient Greece” event at the Onassis Cultural Center.
Impact the Career of a Barnard Senior
Invite a Barnard senior to visit your workplace and get a first-hand look at your company’s culture, along with the day-to-day aspects of your particular industry or position.
Alumnae Webinar and Workshop Series
Barnard Career Development has launched a new program! Webinars will be accessible to all alumnae all over the world. Workshops will be held on campus. For details on topics, dates and locations, please see Events Calendar.
Recap: Leadership Assembly 2010
Leadership Assembly 2010, a program for alumnae volunteer leaders was held at Barnard in October. Experience the learning and excitement by viewing the highlight video and related materials.
Do you like to sing?
Did you sing while on campus or support student singing? Are you interested in joining a Barnard-Columbia alumni/ae singing group?
You and Your Aging Brain Recording
Watch the recording from You and Your Aging Brain
Video: "We do not leave"
Barnard alumnae graduate, but we do not leave. Mary Ann LoFrumento '77 edited this video featuring highlights of the first half of 2010 at Barnard. Thanks to Erin Moore '06 and the staff of Goodeye Video for the original footage.
Get your next job through Barnard
Did you know that Barnard sends out an email every week with job postings? To subscribe update your email settings.
Twilight Lecture with Judith Shapiro
Listen to Judith Shapiro talk about life after the Barnard presidency, the transition from fourteen years of leading Barnard to all that has followed - leading non-profits, teaching, singing lessons, dog training and more. She shares her insights on the role of former presidents with respect to the institutions they served. The lecture is in three parts.
You have a friend suggestion
Are you friends with "Barnard Alumnae" on Facebook? We started 2010 with 2,010 friends and counting.
Want to get the most out of your Alumnae Network account?
Visit our Tech Notes blog which features How-to articles and tips for using the Alumnae Network site and tools to the fullest.
Welcome to the New Alumnae Network
Please settle in and make yourself comfortable. This is your new home for all news, events, groups, conversation, and networking for Barnard Alumnae. We hope you like it. But before you tour the website, let us tell you some of the things you can expect to find here.