Alumnae

Jackie Barton '74 (Caltech)

Jean Baum '80 (Rutgers)

Dorothy Beckett '80 (Maryland-College Park)

Helen Berman '64 (Rutgers)

Karen Goldberg '83 (U. of Washington)

Judith Herzfeld '67 (Brandeis)

Linda Peteanu '82 (Carnegie-Mellon)

Dagmar Ringe '63 (Brandeis)

The B.A. in biochemistry or chemistry from Barnard has prepared our alumnae for a variety of careers, including scientific research, medicine, teaching, molecular biology, environmental science, and materials science to name just a few.  Many graduates of the Barnard College Chemistry program go on to distinguished careers in science and medicine.  Barnard ranks first among liberal arts colleges in the number of women B.A. graduates listed in the 1997 ACS Directory of Graduate Research. This directory lists faculty members in departments offering advanced degrees in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, etc.

Bachelor Origins Of Faculty Listed In The
American Chemical Society
2011 Directory Of Graduate Research
 
College Women Men Total
Bryn Mawr 12 [0] 12
Barnard 10 [0] 10
Wellesley 10 [0] 10
Smith 9 [0] 9
Carleton 8 27 45
Reed 8 20 28
Mt. Holyoke 7 [0] 7
Oberlin 6 24 30
Wesleyan 4 25 29
Bowdoin 4 11 15
Grinnell 4 11 15
Colgate 4 6 10
Vassar 4 3 7
Williams 3 16 19
Haverford 3 15 18
Swarthmore 3 12 15
Pomona 3 11 14
St. Olaf 3 9 12
Kalamazoo 3 7 10
Davidson 3 4 7
Harvey Mudd 2 19 21
Hope 2 19 21
Juniata 2 10 12
Furman 2 9 11
Middlebury 2 9 11
Wooster 2 8 10
Occidental 2 7 9
Bates 2 4 6
Beloit 1 4 5
Earlham 1 4 5
Kenyon 1 4 5
Colorado Coll. 1 3 4
Colby 1 2 3
Ohio Wesleyan 1 2 3
Amherst 0 16 16
Holy Cross 0 14 14
Frank. & Marsh. 0 10 10
Wabash 0 10 10
Union (NY) 0 8 8
St. Lawrence
0
3
3
Average    
3.3
     9.2
12.7