1910 – Bunting was born in Brooklyn, New York on the 10th of July.
1931 – Bunting graduated from Vassar College.
1932-1934 – He earned master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in agricultural bacteriology.
1955 – Bunting, a microbiologist, taught and conducted research at Bennington College, Goucher College, Yale University, and Wellesley College before becoming dean, of Douglass College, the women’s school at Rutgers University in New Jersey.
1960 – She was president of Radcliffe College.
1961 – She founded Radcliffe Institute for Independent Study (later Bunting Institute).
1964-1965 – She was member of Atomic Energy Commission (1st female member).
1972-1975 – She left Radcliffe and became special assistant to the president of Princeton University.
1998 – She died on the 21st of January.