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  • Alumnae in the Political Area | Barnard College
    John Lindsay s office and was director of the New York City Police Foundation She had also served as New York City Department of Parks Recreation Commissioner Gotbaum decided to run for public advocate in 2001 when she was president of the New York Historical Society A lot of people encouraged me to run for mayor Gotbaum says After running for office twice I don t think about that now Ronnie Myers Eldridge 52 Ronnie Eldridge is a born idealist Maybe it s because she shares a birthday with Franklin Delano Roosevelt But ask this lifelong Upper West Sider why more women don t run for political office and her answer is decidedly practical Political campaigns require cash and lots of it Too often women don t have the same access to campaign cash that men do and she knows this from experience having served on the New York City Council from 1989 until 2001 when term limits went into effect Raising money was never easy You ve got to fight for it all the time Eldridge says I think campaign finance reform would make it easier If we just had a more even society and debunked some myths Eldridge knows how to debunk stereotypes She worked as the special assistant for New York City Mayor John Lindsay in the early 1970s which was also when her first husband died leaving her to raise three children alone That was the turning point in my life she says She went on to work at the Port Authority of New York New Jersey Eldridge also served in Governor Mario Cuomo s cabinet and had a stint at Ms Magazine Twenty seven years ago she married Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper columnist Jimmy Breslin She credits Breslin for pushing her to run for city council but it was her own experience and connections that helped her win I always thought I was a shy person Eldridge says But for some reason in politics I was able to be strong Not noisy but strong Eldridge hasn t completely left politics She s the host of CUNY TV s Eldridge Co covering the issues politics and institutions of her favorite city Chelsea Zimmerman 10 For the past four years Chelsea Zimmerman has run for class president and won There s just one problem she says No one has run against her since her first year She blushes and shakes her head when classmates say no one thinks they can beat her It s not just the Midwestern modesty of a young woman from Minnesota Zimmerman says she s lacked competition for the same reasons it s hard to get women to run for political office across the country It s a huge time commitment and it s a little scary I think it s intimidating for people who haven t been involved in elections before she says That s something she s determined to change No more uncontested elections is one of many goals written in color on large sheets of white paper taped to the walls of the Student Government Association s office That s my addition Zimmerman says So she s always at campus events telling classmates that running for student government is anything but scary It can change they way they view the world You really need other women encouraging you along the way she says I m so glad I did it Her determination also landed an essay she wrote in the book She s Out There Essays by 35 Young Women Who Aspire to Lead the Nation 2009 She s leaving campaigns behind after graduation at least for a while possibly joining the Peace Corps or applying to law school But one day she might run for public office again maybe even for president If we have more women in the upper echelons of political office Zimmerman says then more young women will say That s what I want to be when I grow up Constance Hess Williams 66 Constance Williams will mentor any young woman who wants advice about running for office And she has plenty of guidance to offer spending 12 years as a Democratic state legislator in Pennsylvania first as a representative from 1997 to 2001 and then as a senator from 2001 to 2008 Young women need encouragement from experienced politicians to run their own successful bids for political office Sure running for office isn t easy There are long hours and plenty of attack ads but I ve always believed that politics can be rewarding and satisfying Williams says Even though it really is rough and tumble She was disappointed when no women ran for her seat in the Pennsylvania state Senate after she decided not to run for reelection Though I knew that I was a model for someone else who would want to do it the man who ran and won is as good on women s issues an any woman Williams disagrees with those who say women can t raise money to campaign for political office Lots of female candidates are out there raising money If you believe in yourself if you have a compelling story to tell then you can demonstrate you re going to use the money wisely she says Young women just need to get out there and work on local campaigns meet people and build their own constituencies Williams is hopeful seeing more and more women doing just that There s one young woman I have hopes for in a few years she notes I m trying to give her suggestions about how to get her self confidence up She ll be a wonderful elected official Maryangela Moutoussis 06 There s no shortage of ambitious young women like Maryangela Moutoussis vying for junior policy positions in Washington D C But that doesn t worry her It shows that women are now a force in American politics I m very optimistic Moutoussis says But she admits there s a shortage

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  • Shaping the Future | Barnard College
    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 Shaping the Future 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 Shaping the Future News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Shaping the Future September 07 2009 women United States of America politics Rosalind Rosenberg arrived at Barnard in 1984 drawn by the same qualities that draw students to Barnard the College s commitment to women s education its liberal arts tradition its affiliation with a great research university and its location in New York How can you do better than that she asks Rosenberg s book Changing the Subject How the Women of Columbia Shaped the Way We Think About Sex and Politics 2004 charts a highly readable history of women at Columbia University in which Barnard played a significant role the founding of the College in 1889 the opening of Columbia s graduate and professional schools in the years that followed the admission of women to Columbia College in 1983 and Barnard s decision to remain independent were key events Written at the time of Columbia s 250th anniversary Rosenberg highlighted the historical achievements of women as well as their legacy These interconnected stories turned out to be an important chapter in the history of American feminism Writing that history is Rosenberg s specialty and certainly Changing the Subject is an outgrowth of her earlier work Having studied at Stanford in the late 1960s and early 1970s Rosenberg came of intellectual age during the height of the women s movement which she claims gave me my dissertation topic the history of feminism That dissertation became my first book Beyond Separate Spheres Intellectual Roots of Modern Feminism The link between feminism and politics brought Rosenberg to this area of study Early twentieth century feminists were virtually all suffragists so an interest in feminism led to a curiosity about women in politics Surprisingly not all early champions of women s rights fully embraced the idea of a woman running for office Some suffragists including many at Barnard resisted the idea that women should plunge into party politics following the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920 Suffragists certainly approved of women s voting and they joined such organizations as the

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  • The Barnard Legacy | Barnard College
    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 The Barnard Legacy News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media The Barnard Legacy September 07 2009 alumnae Barnard College Every year in our Fall issue the alumnae association with the help of the Registrar s office publishes a list of new students and their familial connections to other Barnard women mothers sisters grandmothers great grandmothers While it s always gratifying to see how many alumnae have inspired their descendants to attend their alma mater the editors thought to match some names with faces We present the following portfolio of portraits with an admittedly geographical bias due less in part to the desire to concentrate on the campus environs than to the peripatetic and or impossible schedules of some very busy alumnae Page through the profiles take note of the diversity of career choices and family traditions that mark these strong beautiful Barnard women and marvel over their commitment to the College LORCH Three Generations Six Women Barnard was an integral part of my life I grew up on its campus in the offices of my parents where I spent many an afternoon drawing on their blackboards during office hours writes journalist Donatella Lorch 83 from Nairobi She was also influenced to attend the College by her sister Lavinia Lorch 77 second from right assistant dean for the Scholars Program at Columbia College who used to talk about how much she loved her challenging classes The family legacy also includes Lavinia s and Donatella s sisters Madeleine Lorch Tramm 68 second from left director of business development at Caron Foundation and Claudia Bove Valeani 68 professor of English at Lycée Français in France as well as their aunt Madeleine D Lorch 26 For the photo shoot pictures of the absent alumnae family members were specially placed on the bookshelves Attending Barnard was the natural thing to do for most of these alumnae whose parents professor of Italian Maristella Lorch far right and professor of math Edgar Lorch Lavinia says met in the elevator of Barnard Hall and immediately fell in love Madeleine Tramm first tried a year at a big university and then traveled before finding her way to Barnard Lavinia s daughter Fiamma Van Biema 13 far left embraces the school as an extension of her family And Donatella who won a Distinguished Alumna Award at Reunion 2008 is promoting the Barnard experience With a 17 year old step daughter I am now surrounded by young women preparing to apply to college and I don t miss a chance to talk about Barnard and how it made me who I am today RUBIN Two generations Six Women Mishaela Rubin 91 standing second from right

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  • From Barnard to Bhutan | Barnard College
    the country is growing 28 000 people traveled to Bhutan in 2008 more than double the 13 600 who visited in 2005 For a week last March Karen Fairbanks the Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Professional Practice in Architecture and chair of Barnard s architecture department had the rare pleasure of touring Bhutan What Fairbanks observed was a country and a people at a fascinating point in history experiencing twenty first century developments without having participated in much of the progress of the previous one Closed off from the rest of the world until 1961 the primarily Buddhist people of Bhutan have been slow to adopt modernism until very recently The Bhutanese were introduced to television only 10 years ago in 1999 which coincided with their first exposure to the Internet Cell phones came later in 2003 Add to those heady cultural changes the country s momentous political developments Bhutan is home to the world s youngest monarch 29 year old King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and youngest democracy established in early 2008 A major focus of Fairbanks journey was education With about three quarters of the population under the age of 18 and only 47 percent of the population over age 15 able to read and write according to a 2005 census Bhutan is embarking on a much needed plan for educational reform Until the 1960s the only educated people outside the monasteries were those who studied abroad Today Fairbanks says Bhutan only requires students to complete education through 10th grade There are some colleges but not many Often if students want to study further they go abroad Interestingly although the country s official language is Dzongkha English is the primary language taught in schools Through a colleague who runs an educational nonprofit group and is a special adviser to Bhutan s Royal Education Council an organization established by the government with the task of reforming the country s education system Fairbanks had the opportunity to visit as a guest of the Bhutanese government Her professional architecture practice Marble Fairbanks specializes in educational facilities and her partner and husband Scott Marble professor at Columbia s Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation was taking the trip along with a group of graduate students she had taught two of them in the undergraduate program to work on studio projects related to the country s educational challenges With the stipend that comes with being an Ann Whitney Olin Professor Fairbanks was more than interested in the opportunity to participate in the discussion She also brought along information about Barnard s Visiting International Scholar Program They were eager to learn more about Barnard s program and also eager to suggest that Barnard students could learn much from Bhutan she says Barnard and Bhutan are at opposite ends of the spectrum of globalization and both are discussing how to teach how to educate in a global community For Fairbanks her experience is worth sharing as much for the educational benefits as the beautiful landscapes vibrant arts and architecture and friendly people Any student who visited Bhutan would understand the complexity of this moment in Bhutanese history she says This culture is straddling the desire to be part of the global community but also to keep their distinct cultural identity However slow Bhutan s modern evolution might seem it is remarkable considering its complete isolation from the outside world less than 50 years ago Ruled by a hereditary monarchy and the Wangchuck family dynasty each king is known as Druk Gyalpo or dragon king beginning in 1907 and throughout the twentieth century Bhutan saw tremendous change after the third king in the royal line Jigme Dorji Wangchuck was crowned in 1952 At that time Bhuddist monks were responsible for the people s education Wangchuck was educated formally in India and Britain and seemed to appreciate much of what he learned from the outside world In 1953 he created a code of law and introduced a Tshodgu a national assembly of 150 members made up of clergy appointed government officials and representatives for people in the villages He also created a court an army and a police force In 1961 the king put an end to the country s isolationist policy and embarked on a path of development from joining the United Nations to building an educational system outside the monasteries to building a hydroelectric project in the western part of the country The plant supplies power to nearby India and today hydroelectricity is the country s biggest export bringing in about one third of the government s revenue King Jigme Singye Wangchuck succeeded his father in 1972 with even bigger plans for modernization Most dramatic were the political changes he oversaw bringing democracy to the country In the 1990s he transferred administrative duties from the monarchy to the National Assembly along with the right to depose him through a two thirds vote of no confidence In essence he made the Tshodgu the head of the government In 2005 he announced plans to abdicate the throne to his son and create a constitutional monarchy In 2008 80 percent of the people voted in an election for a new prime minister Bhutan s first constitution was ratified in July 2008 Druk Gyalpo Jigme Singye Wangchuck also introduced the people of Bhutan to one of the country s most progressive goals Gross National Happiness Akin to Gross National Product GNH is more than a plea to the populace to put on a happy face It is a way to measure the well being of the people and is seen as a serious indicator of the country s success Just as important as a sustainable economy reasoned the king is a sustainable happiness in the face of so called progress One component of GNH for example is a pristine environment which is part of the reason the country imposes such travel restrictions and explains the generally slow developmental pace More than 70 percent of the land is undeveloped

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  • Autumnal Ideas | Barnard College
    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 Autumnal Ideas 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 Autumnal Ideas News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Autumnal Ideas September 07 2009 alumnae Dear Fellow alumnae As I sit here on this crisp fall day I realize that summer is really over I hope yours was enjoyable As I remember autumn in Morningside Heights was buzzing with activity School is in session and things are just as busy now The alumnae association had a busy summer This year the board had a planning retreat The continuing committee chairs and officers outgoing and incoming committee chairs and staff met at the home of Binta Brown 95 the chair of the bylaws committee to discuss the role of

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  • Barnard Club of Los Angeles Welcomes The Class of 2013 | Barnard College
    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 Barnard Club of Los Angeles Welcomes The Class of 2013 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

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  • Barnard in the Family | Barnard College
    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 Barnard in the Family 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 Barnard in the Family News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Barnard in the Family September 07 2009 alumnae Barnard College We love wh a t Barnard did for our daughters says Susan Henshaw Jones mother of Alice H Eaton 05 and Elizabeth Liza K Eaton 07 It helped introduce them to the world It gave them a sense of confidence to advance themselves to move forward to be of service Even before both daughters graduated Jones and her husband Richard K Eaton had decided they wanted to help make a Barnard education available to as many other young women as possible And so in 2004 the Alice Henshaw Eaton 2005 and Elizabeth Kellogg Eaton 2007 Scholarship Fund was born The fund grew out of both girls love of their Barnard experiences and their enthusiasm for the diverse group of young women at Barnard Jones continues Clearly this kind of mix is not possible if scholarships are not available Alice and Liza heartily agree The types of friends we made at Barnard couldn t have been made anywhere else Liza says Everyone was so engaged people had interests and wanted to pursue them It was the intellectual environment I was hoping for Native Upper West Siders who had moved to Washington D C as children both Eaton daughters had long

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  • Fall 2009 | Barnard College
    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

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