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Mount Sinai St. Luke’s

At Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, we offer exceptional clinical care and research within the comfort of a neighborhood hospital known for compassion and sensitivity. We are the leading health care provider for West Harlem and Morningside Heights and offer a level 2 trauma center. We have a proud tradition of medical firsts, particularly in the areas of cardiology and cardiac surgery. We also work hard to meet the varied needs of our community, where many residents face multiple social and economic challenges. In addition, we work hard to lead the way in quality and safety, and to provide you with complete and accurate reporting on these issues.

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The Riverside Church

The Riverside Church is an interdenominational, interracial, international, open, welcoming, and affirming church and congregation. Whoever you are: You are safe here. You are loved here. You are invited into full participation in our life together.

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Meet Barnard's Student Athletes: Adele Bernhard '18, Women's Squash

athleticsstudents Adele Bernhard ’18One 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. We’re proud to feature some of our scholar-athletes. […]

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T(akashi) James Kodera, ’72, ’74, ’76

What do you do?  After teaching for three years at Oberlin College, 1973-76, I moved to Wellesley College in 1976, where I am now Professor of Religion. My teaching field is Comparative and Historical Study of Religion, with a focus on Asia, especially Buddhism. “Asia,” a Greek term, has always referred to a large geographical […]

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Sister Spit: Spoken-Word Storytelling Night Highlights Equity & Racial Justice

activismLGBTQrace and ethnicitystudent life Naina Durga ’21 performing at Sister Spit Electrifying, spoken-word performances by renowned poets Oompa and Crystal Valentine and student artists Phanesia Pharel `21, Medina Shah `22, and Naina Durga `21 empowered a full house at Sister Spit on January 18 in Sulzberger Parlor, Barnard Hall. This third-annual event, sponsored by Barnard […]

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Nevertheless, They Persisted

activismalumnaepoliticspublic servicestudents The Barnard community has always been known for its commitment to activism, from its founding days and the fight to provide women with a quality education, to this past year where national movements focused on women’s rights, immigration, science and climate change, and other social issues. The past year was no different. Below […]

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Jennifer Fondiller Named Vice President for Enrollment

The following email was sent to Barnard faculty and staff on January 16, 2018:   Dear Barnard Faculty and Staff, I am very pleased to announce that Jennifer Fondiller ’88, who currently serves as Dean of Enrollment Management, will be appointed Vice President for Enrollment, effective immediately. In her new role, Jennifer will report directly […]

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Teachers College

For more than a century, Teachers College has championed social issues, while our students become professionals who lead our society in bold new directions.

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Professor Janna Levin Hosts NOVA Episode

astronomyphysicsSTEM Prof. Janna Levin models her custom-made spacesuit while filming. Courtesy Janna Levin.Janna Levin ’88, Tow Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Barnard, hosted a new PBS special in the popular NOVA series, titled “Black Hole Apocalypse,” which premiered on January 10. The show built on her world-renowned account of the search for gravitational waves as evidence […]

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Barnard Receives Beckman Scholars Program Award to Support Students' STEM Research

biologychemistryfellowships & grantsneuroscienceSTEM Select Barnard College students majoring in biology, chemistry, and neuroscience and behavior will continue to have the opportunity to participate in fully funded, supervised research through the prestigious Beckman Scholars Program award. As a result, the program initiated in 2015 will continue through 2021. Barnard is one of 12 institutions receiving the […]

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Union Theological Seminary

Union is where faith and scholarship meet to reimagine the work of justice. An interreligious, world-engaged community that values and celebrates the diversity of all who come.

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Barnard College Announces Next Steps in the Divestment Process

sustainability The following email was sent to Barnard students, faculty and staff on December 12, 2017. Dear Members of the Barnard Community, As I believe you know, Barnard has been engaged in thinking creatively and responsively about the challenge of protecting our environment. This past March, with input from the Barnard community, our Board of […]

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