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    At a time of great uncertainty for undocumented students and refugees, the Bard Sanctuary Fund is designed to ensure that Bard College and the Bard network of campuses provide support for affected students. 

  • Secretary of State John Kerry and Bard Vice President for Academic Affairs Jonathan Becker speak at the opening of the American University of Central Asia's new campus


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Domestic 

Domestic Programs: 

CCE collaborates on a wide range of domestic programs that challenge students to examine the idea of global citizenship in the 21st century. 

 
Education

Educational Initiatives:

CCE is committed to innovative hands-on liberal education through dual degree partnerships, international student exchanges, and educational reform programs.


Student Opportunities

For Students: 

CCE sponsors events; facilitates internships, volunteer, and service-learning opportunities; and awards fellowships for students designed to reinforce the links between education, democracy, and citizenship.
Bard Network Debate Workshop Budapest
Workshop Dates: March 15-20, 2017
 
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS and PROPOSALS 
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 10, 2017 
 
The Bard Network Debate Workshop aims to bring together students, faculty, and staff from Bard network institutions for four days of discussion, collaboration, and debate. Student debate team leaders and faculty/staff debate team sponsors will engage one another in conversation on how to prepare for, stage, and execute in-class debates, public debates, competitive debates, and debate outreach projects. Participants will attend lectures and workshops and hold practice debates and students will participate in a final public debate. Student applicants should be sophomores or juniors who are currently members of their university debate teams and who intend to serve as debate team leaders in coming years. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated leadership in promoting debate on their campuses and a commitment to debate outreach, including public debates and work with schools.
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Domestic 

Domestic Programs: 
CCE collaborates on a wide range of domestic programs that challenge students to examine the idea of global citizenship in the 21st century. 

 

International

International Programs:
The Bard Network, partnering with Open Society Foundation, offers students international educational opportunities at liberal institutions around the globe.


Education

Educational Initiatives:
CCE is committed to innovative hands-on liberal education through dual degree partnerships, international student exchanges, and educational reform programs.


Student Opportunities

For Students: 
CCE sponsors events; facilitates internships, volunteer, and service-learning opportunities; and awards fellowships for students designed to reinforce the links between education, democracy, and citizenship.