As Barnard begins the search for its next president, faculty members have explicitly requested that the next leader be both a distinguished academic and seasoned fundraiser who will prioritize the liberal arts and humanities.
Forty-four senior faculty members—representing all of Barnard’s academic departments and programs—wrote a letter to the trustees last month requesting that the president's temporary replacement possess one specific trait.
The Barnard presidential search committee will be holding listening sessions for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents on Jan. 31, the committee announced in an email to the Barnard community today.
The Barnard board of trustees hopes to have the next president of the college in place by September, Chair of the Board of Trustees Jolyne Caruso-FitzGerald, BC ’81, announced at a Student Government Association meeting last month.
Vice President Joseph Biden’s motorcade made a stop at Columbia’s campus on Friday afternoon, accompanied by a security detail and an NYPD escort.
Following the University’s decision to file an objection with the National Labor Relations Board regarding
Associate Director for Community Standards and Deputy Title IX Coordinator Katie Wright will serve as the interim Title IX coordinator following the
Associate Dean for Equity and Title IX Coordinator Amy Zavadil will be leaving Barnard on January 6 to become the Title IX/504 Coordinator and Equity Officer at University of Dayton, Dean of the College Avis Hinkson announced in an email Friday.
With less than a month left before President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, Barnard President Debora Spar announced the college’s commitment to supporting its undocumented students.
The University has filed an objection with the National Labor Relations Board regarding the vote by teaching and research assistants to unionize, and is now asking that the NLRB set