Paula Franzese, who teaches political science and law at Barnard and Seton Hall University respectively, will release two books that offer cheerful, unconventional, and practical advice to college students.
Political science and history professors, along with students from or with an interest in Eastern Europe, are united in their uncertainty and concern for the situation.
The two courses will be taught through a combination of short explanatory videos, and longer video lectures accompanied by interactive assignments and exercises.
Prominent Latin American literary critic and former chair of the department of Spanish and Portuguese Jaime Alazraki, GSAS ’67, died on Feb. 9.
CCSC Academic Affairs Representative Nora Habboosh on how a new departmental advising initiative will put us back in touch with the intellectual curiosity that brought us here in the first place.
Biology and physics professor Ozgur Sahin conducting research into how bacteria change shape in response to environmental change—and whether those changes can be harnessed to generate electricity.
A new program at the global center in Rio de Janeiro will allow students to learn TV writing in Portuguese this spring.
Consider the courses specifically designed on the model of CC and Literature Humanities.
We learn to open our minds to great books and new philosophies—but we’re still hesitant to open our hearts to love.
Mar 10, 11:09pm
Did you miss the Barnard Student Government Association representative council meeting on Monday night? Barnard beat chief Emma Goss brings you the four things you need to know: SGA focused on campus... Read More
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