BC 13. Academic Departments and Programs
Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of materials from the Higher Education Opprotunity Program (HEOP), which is a New York State funded program first enacted in 1969. Barnard College started its program in 1970 and is funded by both the New York State Education department and Barnard College. The program gives students who are economically disadvantaged access to higher education, also providing academic support services.
The records of the Barnard College Summer School for Women Workers in Industry consist of papers and photographs relating to the Barnard College Summer School for Women Workers, a program founded in 1927 to provide summer instruction to female factory workers between the ages of 25 and 35.
This collection consists of materials from the Center for Toddler Development. The Center provides a forum for parents and caregivers to discuss and learn about the development of toddlers; to conduct research on early development and parenting; and to educate students about toddler development.
One folder containing flyers, programs, correspondence, transcripts, pamphlets, syllabi, memos, and a prospectus relating to the Health and Society program.
This collection consists of scripts; song lyrics; sketches for posters, programs, costumes, and set design; lists of plays presented; programs; news clippings; press releases; and correspondence relating to plays and workshops presented in the Brinckerhoff Theatre and the Minor Latham Playhouse.
This collection consists of materials relating to both the Physical Education Department and the extracurricular Athletics Association organization. Materials include reports, calendars of events, class lists, physical exam results, Athletic Association handbooks and minutes, rules, team lists, and gym costumes.
This collection consists of records of the Barnard College Psychology department, including financial records, plans for department facilities renovations, and materials related to teaching and the curriculum.
This collection consists of materials from Reacting to the Past (RTTP). RTTP consists of elaborate games, set in the past, in which students are assigned roles informed by classic texts in the history of ideas.