Faculty In the Press
- The Quiet Menace of Kelly Reichardt's Feminist Westerns appeared in New York Times Magazine on 10-16-2016
- Bard Professor An-My Lê Featured in The Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook appeared in The Kitchn on 10-16-2016
- Writer in Residence Francine Prose: When Librarians Are Silenced appeared in New York Review of Books on 10-15-2016
- Dylan's Time: Professor Luc Sante on Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize in Literature appeared in New York Review of Books on 10-13-2016
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Michael Tibbetts is a professor of biology at Bard, as well as a faculty member in the Master of Arts in Teaching Program. He is a molecular biologist who uses zebrafish as a model to investigate questions related to hearing. Dr. Tibbetts earned his B.S. from Southeastern Massachusetts University and his Ph.D. from Wesleyan University. He is a recipient of the Peterson Fellowship from Wesleyan and a National Science Foundation grant (2008, to study transmission of anaplasmosis from ticks to people).