Christine Kovich recently launched the West-Harlem based initiative called HYPOTHEkids, which focuses on making science, technology, engineering, and math education more available for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Fourteen Barnard students celebrated their scientific achievements on Wednesday night, presenting the results of their yearlong research internships at the 22nd annual Student Research Symposium Wednesday evening.
Kevin Bi on how and why we need to bridge the artificial divide between art and science in undergraduate education.
Carrying on the spirit of Emily Gregory, a Barnard professor and a pioneering woman in science, biology professor Jennifer Mansfield has been named this year’s Emily Gregory Award recipient.
A proposal for the myriad complaints Columbia College students have about Frontiers of Science.
Most students don’t have good sleep habits, but with a little effort, they can be changed to make our lives healthier.
"Cosmos" is an example of the way popular storytelling can influence public opinion.
The Core Curriculum is an entry point into universal truth.
Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel talks about the brain, the arts, and what they mean to him.
Popular science's claim that success is heritable is flawed but not worth ignoring.
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