An addition to the collection of the feminist playwright’s journals, correspondence, and personal effects allows scholars and students to dive deeper into her legacy and work.
The celebrated biochemist, known for her work on how cells communicate and interpret signals, set the standard for balancing rigorous scientific research and mentorship. #BarnardCelebratesWomensHistoryMonth
The psychoanalyst and professor created the foundations for community-based mental health services and education in Harlem. #BarnardCelebratesBlackHistory #BarnardYearOfScience
The Barnard alumna changed everything from the very way women are treated at the doctor’s office to life in medical school for female students.
The physician was a pioneering scientific figure of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States, setting the standard for patient advocacy and AIDS treatment. #BarnardYearOfScience
Renowned for her discoveries about DNA, the award-winning scientist and professor discovered her love for chemistry in Barnard’s labs.
The esteemed physician and scientist’s contributions to medicine set the foundation for the fields of hematology and clinician care. #BarnardYearOfScience
The distinguished alumna’s work in science and wellness continues to inspire practitioners across the country and around the world.
Barnard Archives student workers are shining a spotlight on some our awesome alums! Learn more about Alyssa Mt. Pleasant - and keep a lookout for buttons of her when we return to campus
Blog post on Pulitzer Prize-winning Science Columnist Natalie Angier.
Blog post on the creator of Harlem's first mental health facility, Elizabeth Bishop Davis
Blog post on the novelist, poet, translator and editor Babette Deutsch
Blog post on librarian and archivist of Black culture, Jean Blackwell Hutson.
Blog post on poet, independent scholar, and activist Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs
Blog post on the poet, playwright, and astrologer Ariana Reines