Barnard College

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Barnard College:

see Columbia UniversityColumbia University,
mainly in New York City; founded 1754 as King's College by grant of King George II; first college in New York City, fifth oldest in the United States; one of the eight Ivy League institutions.
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Rented materials come from outside sources, like TDF Costumes or prop rental houses (used items that do not go back into Barnard College stock).
Lynn Garafola, co-chair of the dance department at Barnard College, points out the close connection between some women's colleges and the early development of modern dance.
Prof Sartori, a graduate of Stanford University, was also a visiting professor at Barnard College limn 1980 to 1981.
In June the bank named Barnard College president, Debora L Spar, to the board.
He had been a faculty member of Barnard College since 1980 and he recently retired as the Ingeborg Rennert Professor of Jewish Studies.
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Shaikha Lubna spoke at the Women in the Arab World Symposium organised by Barnard College, a US women's liberal arts college.
Her Excellency Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, the United Arab Emirates Minister for Foreign Trade, delivered the keynote address at Women in the Arab World, an event organized by Barnard College, the premier liberal arts college for women in the United States.
Sarabeth Berman, a 2006 graduate of Barnard College in New York, went to Beijing at age 23 to be the program director at BeijingDance/ LDTX, a modern-dance company.
The scientists at Barnard College in New York believe that meant the dogs' "guilty look" had nothing to do with how they performed in the tests.
Schneider holds degrees from Barnard College, University of Illinois, and the University of San Francisco.