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  • It Never Felt Like Work | Barnard College
    Directory GIVE to BARNARD News In this section It Never Felt Like Work News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media It Never Felt Like Work November 04 2013 alumnae Barnard College Over the past four decades Dorothy Denburg says there have been times when her friends have been jealous While they ve enjoyed fulfilling careers few have known the pleasure and satisfaction that she experienced as she forged a path of innovation and accomplishment at Barnard Since announcing her retirement earlier this year Denburg has received many tributes and been feted at multiple receptions Students faculty colleagues and President Debora L Spar noted Denburg s profound impact as dean of the College from 1993 to 2010 To honor her contributions and long service Denburg was named dean of the College emerita as of July 1 2013 Since 2010 Denburg has served as vice president for college relations greatly increasing alumnae engagement with Barnard Students hunger for opportunities to connect to alumnae she says They absolutely enjoy every opportunity they have whether it s social or networking through the career development office It was definitely clear to me that I needed to find ways of enhancing those opportunities In advance of big events on campus she s made a point to invite alumnae who would be particularly interested For example for Professor Lee Anne Bell s For the Public Good talk featuring former U S Assistant Secretary of Education Diane Ravitch invitations were extended to alumnae educators A reception at Vagelos Alumnae Center afterward allowed Barnard education students to interact with the alumnae In addition during a two day conference earlier this year honoring the work and career of playwright and poet Ntozake Shange 70 Denburg ensured that Africana studies alumnae were special guests We ve also greatly expanded the alumnae mentoring program which has grown from 50 some mentoring pairs in its first year to 86 mentoring pairs this year Denburg says That program makes a one on one connection between alumnae and students interested in the same general professional area Denburg invited alumnae to take part in Barnard Reach Out a semiannual event where students do community service projects She also recognized that alumnae craved connections to the intellectual life of the College especially those who don t live in the New York metropolitan area What Barnard alumnae most cherish are the memories of who they were when they were in college the intellectual growth they experienced and the excitement of what transpired in the classroom Each time I ve traveled I ve tried to have a faculty member accompany me she adds Among those who ve lectured to Barnard clubs in the U S and Europe are Anne Higonnet from art history Yvette Christiansë from English and Africana studies political science professor Kimberly Marten political science and urban studies professor Flora Davidson Joan Snitzer director of the visual arts program and Katie Glasner assistant chair of the dance department Denburg also created the first ever Barnard

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  • Pull Up A Chair | Barnard College
    Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News Pull Up A Chair News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students Alumnae Parents Faculty Staff gBear myBarnard Directory GIVE to BARNARD News In this section Pull Up A Chair News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Pull Up A Chair November 01 2013 alumnae In a now famous 2010 TED Talk Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg urged working women to take control of their careers and demand the chance to sit at the table a notion she reemphasized in her 2011 Barnard Commencement address The following year President Barack Obama echoed the point in his speech to the Class of 2012 encouraging the graduates to fight for your seat at the table But what does it really take to earn and keep that proverbial seat At Reunion several alumnae who have risen to executive levels shared their stories at the Friday panel A Seat at the Table Linda Fayne Levinson 62 Katherine Plourde 73 and Bernice Clark Bonnett 85 discussed their career paths and offered insight into the realities of achieving and maintaining their seats Dana Points 88 the editor in chief of Parents and American Baby magazines who serves on the boards of the March of Dimes and Safe Kids Worldwide moderated the conversation Levinson a Barnard trustee serves as a director at car rental company Hertz as well as at technology companies Ingram Micro and NCR Jacobs Engineering Group and Western Union She majored in Russian studies at Barnard received a master s from Harvard and holds an MBA from New York University s Stern School of Business I continually reinvent myself she said The first woman elected partner at McKinsey Co Levinson has also been a partner at venture capital firm GRP partners and at private equity firm Wings Partners She credited good problem solving and people skills as elements of

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  • On the STEM Trail | Barnard College
    a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News On the STEM Trail News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students Alumnae Parents Faculty Staff gBear myBarnard Directory GIVE to BARNARD News In this section On the STEM Trail News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media On the STEM Trail September 30 2013 alumnae science STEM The key to career success for women in science boils down to three factors according to several dozen alumnae gathered for On the STEM Trail one of this year s Reunion panels receiving encouragement from a young age gaining confidence to overcome gender bias in fields dominated by men and being mentored in high school college and beyond A multigenerational panel of three distinguished alumnae in science assembled in Barnard Hall s Held Auditorium to talk about their career paths Most of the audience members were also working in or retired from positions in science technology engineering and mathematics Sonia Ortiz 08 a chemistry major at Barnard and now an analytical chemist at Novartis in Boston moderated the discussion All three panelists said they knew at a young age they wanted to be scientists Saralyn Mark 83 an endocrinologist geriatrician and women s health specialist said her childhood goal in the late 1960s was to be a doctor and an astronaut although she had no idea that women were not admitted to the space program at that time During the admissions process Barnard representatives told her We ll get you there Mark said That was like candy to a child She eventually became NASA s first senior medical advisor and a finalist for NASA s astronaut program currently Mark is president of medical consulting firm SolaMed Solutions and an adjunct associate professor at Yale and Georgetown universities medical schools Physics major Bonnie Fleming 93 is now an associate professor of physics at Yale She said her hunger for upper level science classes at her girls high school led her to take classes at the adjacent boys campus the only place they were

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  • Building a Base | Barnard College
    Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News Building a Base News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students Alumnae Parents Faculty Staff gBear myBarnard Directory GIVE to BARNARD News In this section Building a Base News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Building a Base September 30 2013 alumnae When Caroline Bliss Spencer 09 craves a taste of college she hops on the 2 or 3 train and travels from her Tribeca home to Morningside Heights where she might grab a B E L T sandwich bacon egg lettuce and tomato at Community Food Juice on Broadway or pop into one of her other favorite eateries Unlike some recent graduates however Spencer has cultivated more extensive ties to Barnard than an occasional nostalgic meal uptown As chair of Gala Nights a fundraiser focused on young alumnae Spencer who works in private wealth management at Goldman Sachs has helped raise more than 40 000 for student scholarships this past year alone The two year old event at the Plaza Hotel is an after party of dancing that follows the more traditional Annual Gala which raised close to 2 3 million this year for scholarships Gala Nights brings together recent graduates and friends for the social event which Spencer describes as reminiscent of senior week but for grownups If Spencer and a group of recent alumnae are successful Gala Nights may be the first episode in a larger story Together with Ashley Walker Bush 11 and Alannah Arguelles Chang 08 Spencer is working to construct a base of young alumnae like herself eager to continue their involvement with Barnard and also to support the College I think there s such

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  • Supporting Barnard | Barnard College
    Relations More Resources Information Technology BCIT Hardware Software Applications Access Custom Solutions Resources News Home Contracting at Barnard Do You Need a Contract Policy on Contracting at Barnard Procedures to Contracting at Barnard Guide to Contracting at Barnard Contracting at Barnard FAQ Download Procedures Forms and Templates RSVP for a Contracting at Barnard Workshop Home Giving to Barnard Funding Opportunities Annual Giving Reunion Giving Planned Giving Parents Annual Giving Senior Fund How to Give Fundraising Volunteers Contact Us Events Management Policies and Procedures Event Requests On Campus Spaces Event Planning Tips Space Rentals Facilities Buildings Service Information Staff Directory Submit a Work Request Home Finance Operations Budget Finance Redesign Budget Planning Controller s Office Purchasing Accounts Payable General Counsel Home Human Resources 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Administrators Faculty 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Local 2110 2016 Open Enrollment Documents TWU 264 Work at Barnard Faculty Positions Benefits Employee Guide Forms Applications Pay Holiday Schedules About Human Resources Performance Evaluations Home Institutional Research and Assessment Quick Facts HEOA Disclosures Assessment of Student Learning Mail Print Services Print Services Print and Design Help Multi Function Printers Mail Services and Receiving Home Public Safety Campus Alerts Statistics Annual Security and Fire Safety Report Fire Safety Policy Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness Plan Emergency Response Tree Policies Home Student Services Academic Success and Enrichment Programs Collegiate Programs Pre Collegiate Programs Resources Meet the Staff Home Career Development About Career Development Programs Student Employment Services Students Alumnae Employers Parents Events News Home Commencement About the Ceremonies Home Commencement Archives Dean of the College Home About Student Handbook Parent Handbook Announcements Family Weekend Dean s Message Dean of Studies About Us Academic Advising Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News Supporting Barnard News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall

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  • Summer 2013 | Barnard College
    Programs Summer Programs Saturday Science Seminars Spring College Planning Day for HS Juniors Home Contact Us Administration Bursar Tuition and Fees Understanding Your Bill Payment Policies Perkins Barnard Loan Info Tax Credits Forms and Links Communications About Communications Submit a Request Web Tutorials Share News Ideas Media Relations More Resources Information Technology BCIT Hardware Software Applications Access Custom Solutions Resources News Home Contracting at Barnard Do You Need a Contract Policy on Contracting at Barnard Procedures to Contracting at Barnard Guide to Contracting at Barnard Contracting at Barnard FAQ Download Procedures Forms and Templates RSVP for a Contracting at Barnard Workshop Home Giving to Barnard Funding Opportunities Annual Giving Reunion Giving Planned Giving Parents Annual Giving Senior Fund How to Give Fundraising Volunteers Contact Us Events Management Policies and Procedures Event Requests On Campus Spaces Event Planning Tips Space Rentals Facilities Buildings Service Information Staff Directory Submit a Work Request Home Finance Operations Budget Finance Redesign Budget Planning Controller s Office Purchasing Accounts Payable General Counsel Home Human Resources 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Administrators Faculty 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Local 2110 2016 Open Enrollment Documents TWU 264 Work at Barnard Faculty Positions Benefits Employee Guide Forms Applications Pay Holiday Schedules About Human Resources Performance Evaluations Home Institutional Research and Assessment Quick Facts HEOA Disclosures Assessment of Student Learning Mail Print Services Print Services Print and Design Help Multi Function Printers Mail Services and Receiving Home Public Safety Campus Alerts Statistics Annual Security and Fire Safety Report Fire Safety Policy Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness Plan Emergency Response Tree Policies Home Student Services Academic Success and Enrichment Programs Collegiate Programs Pre Collegiate Programs Resources Meet the Staff Home Career Development About Career Development Programs Student Employment Services Students Alumnae Employers Parents Events News Home Commencement About the Ceremonies Home Commencement Archives Dean of the College Home About Student Handbook Parent Handbook Announcements Family Weekend Dean s Message Dean of Studies About Us Academic Advising Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine

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  • Of Letters, Leaks, and Tweets | Barnard College
    Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News Of Letters Leaks and Tweets News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students Alumnae Parents Faculty Staff gBear myBarnard Directory GIVE to BARNARD News In this section Of Letters Leaks and Tweets News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Of Letters Leaks and Tweets June 07 2013 alumnae writing Barnard College president media student technology Computing Internet Social Media When I was in college in the early 1980s letters on paper in ink with self licked stamps and everything were the primary form of communication Cell phones Facebook and e mail were inconceivable the payphone in the hallway was noisy and unreliable And so like every college student of that era I wrote letters Lots and lots of letters I wrote whining letters to my parents diligent letters to my grandparents and daily lovesick letters to the boyfriend I had left up north I wrote so many letters to him in fact that rumor has it the student workers at his college s mail room played games every day to decipher the secret acronyms I scrawled on each and every envelope Recently when this friend was in a horrific accident my thoughts went instantly to the cache of letters I still have somewhere in the attic letters that for all their angst and silliness captured a key moment in this now middle aged man s life Today of course letters have become an endangered species Rather than telling their tales or singing their woes in print students communicate across a wide and rapidly expanding range of media They e mail They text They IM and pin and tweet Rather than meeting potential partners at a mixer or in a bar they hook up through sites such as OkCupid and HowAboutWe Rather than writing letters home about their studies abroad they post photos to Instagram and log their travels on Tumblr In many ways this explosion of communication channels has facilitated a parallel expansion of communication itself Today most Barnard students write daily and fluidly freed from the compunction to have someone specific to talk to or something specific to say They have friends scattered around the world and means to access information from the most remote corners of the planet When we traveled to São Paulo in March for our 2013 Global Symposium our student fellows tweeted and blogged throughout the day sending real

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  • Reel Talk | Barnard College
    Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News Reel Talk News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students Alumnae Parents Faculty Staff gBear myBarnard Directory GIVE to BARNARD News In this section Reel Talk News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Reel Talk June 07 2013 alumnae art film Barnard College career media THE STORY BEHIND THE SUCCESS OF HBO FILM POWERHOUSE SHEILA NEVINS 60 If you have ever laughed or more likely cried watching a documentary on cable television you should probably thank Sheila Nevins president of HBO Documentary Films Widely considered the most powerful person in non fiction filmmaking Nevins has spent more than 30 years supporting and overseeing the development of fascinating documentary features for HBO and Cinemax Within a few minutes of watching selected clips from a handful of the 500 films she has helped produce it s easy to see why Nevins is such an important figure in the world of entertainment From the eye opening examination of gays in film The Celluloid Closet to the justice serving story of the wrongfully accused West Memphis Three in the Paradise Lost series to the wildly entertaining act of Elaine Stritch at Liberty to racy real life series such as Taxicab Confessions and on and on Nevins has helped change the scope of what we watch on TV At last count Nevins s productions have garnered 23 Oscars 52 Emmys and 35 Peabody awards She has a personal Peabody for excellence in broadcasting a 2009 Governor s Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and a 2011 Directors Guild of America Award for supporting the advancement of documentary as a genre In the first Athena Center Power Talk of 2013 the outspoken Nevins opened up to Barnard President Debora Spar about her remarkable career and why she still doesn t consider herself a success In her introduction Spar referred to Nevins as a Barnard legend and started the conversation

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