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2018

Friday, February 16, 2018
The Impact Report: Eliminating the Idea of Waste by Recycling Everything
Tom Szaky, CEO + Founder, TerraCycle
Podcast  8:00 am – 9:00 am
Tom Szaky is the Founder and CEO of TerraCycle, Inc., one of the world’s leaders in eco-capitalism and the reuse of non-recyclable, pre and post-consumer waste. Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1982, Tom and his family emigrated as political refugees to the Netherlands and eventually to Toronto. At age 14 he started his first business, a Web design company, which earned Tom a five-figure income and a number of Canadian national design awards.

In 2017, TerraCycle, Procter & Gamble and SUEZ announced production of the world’s first recyclable shampoo bottle made from plastic collected from beaches and waterways. Dish soap bottles made with beach plastic will go on shelves in the UK in mid-2018. Also in 2017, TerraCycle acquired Air Cycle Corporation, giving TerraCycle its first foray into waste disposal mandated by federal regulations.

Tom’s first book, “Revolution in a Bottle,” was released in 2009, with a second edition in 2013. His second book, “Outsmart Waste” came out in 2014 and a third, “Make Garbage Great” in July 2015. A fourth, “The Future of Packaging,” is expected in Fall 2018. Tom created, produced and starred in TerraCycle’s reality show, “Human Resources” which aired on Pivot from 2014-2016.

Tom and TerraCycle have received numerous social, environmental and business awards and recognition from a range of organizations. Most recently, Tom was named a Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneur of the Year and a Forbes Magazine Future 30 in 2013. In 2016, Fortune magazine listed TerraCycle as one of “7 World-Changing Companies to Watch.” In 2017, TerraCycle was a winner of the United Nations Momentum for Change award and recognized by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for its programs.

Listen to podcast Here

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THE IMPACT REPORT:
The Impact Report is the first podcast of its kind bringing together students in Bard College’s MBA in Sustainability Program with leaders in business, sustainability and social entrepreneurship. Twice monthly, these conversations go live via iTunes and Spotify. Past TIR featured guests have included top sustainability leaders from Unilever, HSBC, GM, Campbell’s Soup, PepsiCo, Green Mountain Energy and many more.
 
BARD MBA in SUSTAINABILITY:

The Bard MBA in Sustainability is one of a select few graduate programs globally that fully integrates sustainability into a core business curriculum. In the Bard MBA every class is organized around one critical question: How can we build or transform our businesses so that they are in business to solve the pressing social and environmental problems of our time? Graduates of the Bard MBA are transforming existing companies, starting their own, and pioneering a new paradigm of doing business that meets human needs, protects and restores the Earth's systems, and treats all stakeholders with justice and respect. To learn more, visit www.bard.edu/mba.
Sponsored by: Bard MBA in Sustainability
Contact: Katie Ellman  Ke1970@bard.edu
Download: TheImpactReport_Spring2018.pdf
Thursday, February 15, 2018
The Witness's Two Bodies: Primo Levi, Anne Frank, Jorge Semprún
a lecture by
Prof. Anna Maria Mariani (University of Chicago)

respondent
Prof. Francine Prose (Bard College)
 

Olin, Room 102  5:00 pm
This talk asks what became of Primo Levi’s testimonial function after his death. The first part investigates the literary objects (novels and comic books) produced in the wake of Levi’s death, when fictionalized representations of him multiplied through different media. As a means of comparison, the question will be explored by taking into account a series of fictional works that feature another quintessential emblem of the Shoah: Anne Frank. The second part will instead examine Literature or Life by Buchenwald survivor Jorge Semprún, who rewrote and rearticulated Levi’s words on the very day of the latter’s suicide. Can testimonial function migrate between mortal bodies, like the royal dignitas, thus preserving itself beyond the ephemeral lives of individuals? 
 
Sponsored by: Hannah Arendt Center; Italian Studies Program; Jewish Studies Program; Literature Program
Contact: Franco Baldasso  845-758-7377  baldasso@bard.edu
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
National Climate Seminar: The Declining Health of Science-Based Policy: Causes and Remedies
Todd Wolf, Union of Concerned Scientists
https://bluejeans.com/465542196  12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Join Bard CEP on February 14th for a conversation on science-based policy as it relates to climate change with Todd Wolf, Senior Washington Representative at the Union of Concerned Scientists

Todd Wolf is senior Washington representative for the Climate & Energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, where he advocates for preparing for the impacts of climate change, as well as a transition to a clean energy economy. He has ten years of experience in the House of Representatives, having served as deputy chief of staff for Representative Cheri Bustos (D-IL), and as senior legislative assistant to Representative Bruce Braley (D-IA), working on climate and energy policy. Todd has a B.A. in business administration and Spanish language from the University of Northern Iowa.
 
BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 
 
The  Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability  offer masters programs in  Environmental Policy,  Climate Science and  Policy, and Sustainable Business.  The Bard Center for Environmental Policy's career-focused, science based, interdisciplinary masters of science programs are located in New York’s beautiful Hudson Valley.  The rigorous first year coursework, followed by a required 4-6 month immersive internship, culminates with a Master’s Capstone Project and a 93% job placement rate within 6 months of graduation. Graduates are currently pursuing careers in many fields such as: alternative energy, international Development, advocacy/lobbying, conservation, research, and strategic consulting. For more information: bard.edu/cep/ 

Webinar: https://bluejeans.com/750938911
Dial-in Only: +1.408.740.7256
Meeting ID: 750 938 911
Sponsored by: Bard Center for Environmental Policy
Contact: Eban Goodstein  ebangood@bard.edu
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
They Mistook a Backlash for a Movement: Black Men and the Doom of Western Civilization
A Tough Talk with Tommy Curry, and Discussion Moderated by Dana Miranda
Kline, Faculty Dining Room  6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
The emancipation of Black Americans from slavery reorganized the ethnological thinking of the 19th century. Black men became the largest threat to the order of American civilization almost overnight. Whereas many political theorists, philosophers, and educators suggest that the “end” of slavery was one moment in the natural expansion of democracy toward freedom, history tells a different story. The emancipation of the Negro birthed the rapist. When he was allowed access to the ballot, suffragettes condemned this symbolic gesture as evidence of a Black manhood and forewarned that free Black men would not only destroy civilization but womanhood itself. Contrary to our intersectional theories concerning race and gender, this presentation argues that feminism was an evolution of patriarchy—its attempt to racially perfect itself—dedicated to the subjugation of Black men within America’s borders (their permanent exclusion from America’s public and ultimately its social life), and the colonization of darker men the world over. I will argue that these old ideas not only dictate our views and interpretations of Black men and boys but also the xenophobia we have of racialized (Black, Brown, Muslim, etc.) males even today.

This event is free and open to the public.

Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Time: 6 pm
Location: Faculty Dining Room, Kline Commons
Sponsored by: Hannah Arendt Center
Contact:
  Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Bard Abroad Info Day
Campus Center, George Ball Lounge  12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Still thinking about where to study abroad? Bard Abroad staff will share program information and answer questions regarding our programs.

Come learn about Bard network opportunities for study abroad in Germany, Hungary, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia!


 
Sponsored by: Bard Abroad; Institute for International Liberal Education
Contact: Andrew Butler  845-758-7081  abutler@bard.edu
  Monday, February 12, 2018
SIT Study Abroad Info Table
Campus Center, Lobby  11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Study Abroad Program SIT Tabling in Campus Center Today!

SIT Study Abroad offers semester and summer programs in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East, as well as comparative programs in multiple locations. Programs grapple with the complexities of critical global issues such as sustainable development, climate change, human rights, global health, migration, and peacebuilding. SIT’s experiential programs combine thematic seminars and language study with the opportunity to conduct original, field-based research.  Students live with host families and have multiple opportunities to engage with local NGOs, policymakers and communities through immersive excursions.

Financial aid available! SIT matches Pell Grants AND has guaranteed aid for Posse Scholars. Come find out more!

Thinking about Study Abroad but don't know how it works at Bard? It's never too early to start planning where/when/how. Email Study Abroad Adviser Trish Fleming to make an appointment (please email her chunks of time that you are free, M-F, 10-4).
Sponsored by: Bard Abroad; Center for Civic Engagement; Institute for International Liberal Education
Contact: Trish Fleming  845-758-7080  fleming@bard.edu
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability: Open House in New York City
Attendees receive a $65 application fee waiver! RSVP: HERE
LMHQ NYC  6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Join us in New York City for an Open House hosted by the Bard MBA in Sustainability and Center for Environmental Policy.

Attendees will hear from a panel of current students and alumni of Bard's MBA in Sustainability and Center for Environmental Policy. Our Panel of student/alum experts will discuss topics such as: career outcomes -- how the MS degrees at CEP and MBA in Sustainability have led to impactful sustainability careers the program experience -- highlights on courses and key features at Bard (including the NYCLab course and the CEP internship) how to get the most of your graduate school journey -- career development + student engagement opportunities at Bard how to make your application stand out -- tips on perfecting your application materials, advice on getting through the graduate school admissions processIn addition: Program Director Eban Goodstein will provide an overview of the program offerings at Bard CEP and the MBA in Sustainability.

Our Admissions staff will also be on hand to provide information on the application process and answer questions regarding: how to complete and submit your application financial aid opportunities successfully completing program prerequisites REGISTER HERE
Event Location: This event will be held at LMHQ, 150 Broadway NY, NY Floor 20

Email Caitlin O'Donnell with any additional questions.
Sponsored by: Bard Center for Environmental Policy; Bard MBA in Sustainability
Contact: Caitlin O'Donnell  845-758-7073  codonnel@bard.edu
Monday, February 5, 2018
Informational Webinar: Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability
Join and receive a $65 application fee waiver!
        

Online  7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
<<<< REGISTER HERE FOR LINK >>>>

Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability holds online informational webinars for prospective students to learn more about graduate school options in our MBA in Sustainability and Center for Environmental Policy programs. 

ABOUT
Webinars include a program overview for the Bard MBA in Sustainability and the Bard Center for Environmental Policy programs as well as detailed admissions information, course requirements, tips to make your application strong, and financial information. 

Join a live information session with Director Goodstein and the admissions team and ask questions directly of the Bard team. 

WHAT WILL BE COVERED?   Overview of graduate program offerings Alumni success and career outcomes Admissions information Prerequisite course requirements Peace Corps and AmeriCorps programs Financial aid availability Tips for a standout application DEGREE OPTIONS
Degree Options Include:
MS in Environmental Policy
MS in Climate Science and Policy
MBA in Sustainability
 
Dual Degree Options Include:
MS/JD with Pace Law School 
MS/MAT with Bard's Master of Arts in Teaching 
MS/MBA with Bard's MBA in Sustainability 

Peace Corps Programs Include:
Master's International (before you serve) 
Peace Corps Fellows (after you serve)  

A $65 application fee waiver is available to those who participate in the webinar at the end of the session. Email Caitlin O'Donnell for further details.
For more information, call 845-758-7073.

<<<< REGISTER HERE FOR LINK >>>>
Sponsored by: Bard Center for Environmental Policy; Bard MBA in Sustainability
Contact: Caitlin O'Donnell  845-758-7073  codonnel@bard.edu
  Monday, February 5, 2018
Study Abroad 101: The Nuts and Bolts of Study Abroad at Bard
Campus Center, George Ball Lounge  5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
ATTENTION SOPHOMORES:

Are you planning to study abroad next Fall (or for the full 2018–19 academic year)? Then you MUST attend an info session before meeting with me 1:1 to discuss your plans. Deadlines for fall programs will be upon you soon!

NOTE: Those hoping to study at Waseda University via Exchange MUST contact Trish Fleming ASAP (and attend a session). Their deadline is VERY EARLY!

Come to this session to learn about:
– The Petition for Study Abroad process 
– Bard programs
– Non-Bard programs
– Tuition exchanges (MANY new exchanges, now with EARLIER Petitioning requirements)
– Summer programs
– Financial aid/scholarships
– Deadlines/timelines

COME SEE WHAT’S POSSIBLE!

THIS SESSION IS ALSO OPEN TO FIRST-YEARS PLANNING AHEAD!

NOTE: There are three Nuts and Bolts sessions scheduled in the first two weeks of the semester. If you absolutely cannot attend one of these sessions, e-mail me noting that, and letting me know the days/chunks of time that you are free to meet (M–F, 10–4) and we’ll set up an appointment.
 
Sponsored by: Bard Abroad; Institute for International Liberal Education
Contact: Trish Fleming  845-758-7080  fleming@bard.edu
Friday, February 2, 2018
The Impact Report: New York City Takes a Stand Against Big Oil
Dan Zarrilli,Chief Resilience Officer, City of New York
Podcast  8:00 am – 9:00 am
Daniel Zarrilli was appointed Senior Director of Climate Policy and Programs for the City of New York by Mayor Bill de Blasio in January 2016 and is serving as New York City’s Chief Resilience Officer, overseeing the Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, the Mayor's Office of Environmental Coordination, and the coordination of the City’s OneNYC program of inclusive climate action.

From March 2014 to December 2016, he served as the first Director of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency, leading an over $20 billion climate adaptation program across the five boroughs, and had served as the Acting Director of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability from February to December 2014, during which time the City committed to its goal of an 80% reduction in greenhouse gases by 2050.
Prior to this, he served on the Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency, a task force that developed an award-winning climate adaptation program for New York City after Hurricane Sandy, and was appointed by Mayor Bloomberg in 2013 as the city’s first Director of Resiliency.
In 2016, Daniel was appointed by NOAA to a 3-year term to the Sustained National Climate Assessment advisory board. He is also serving a 3-year term on FEMA’s National Advisory Council, and recently concluded work advising the State of Louisiana on its 2017 Coastal Master Plan update.

Previously, he was Senior Vice President for Asset Management at the New York City Economic Development Corporation and also spent five years with Bechtel Infrastructure Corporation. Daniel is a New York State Professional Engineer and holds an MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from MIT and a BS in Civil Engineering from Lehigh University. He resides in Staten Island with his wife and three children.

Listen to podcast Here

THE IMPACT REPORT:
The Impact Report is the first podcast of its kind bringing together students in Bard College’s MBA in Sustainability Program with leaders in business, sustainability and social entrepreneurship. Twice monthly, these conversations go live via iTunes and Spotify. Past TIR featured guests have included top sustainability leaders from Unilever, HSBC, GM, Campbell’s Soup, PepsiCo, Green Mountain Energy and many more.
 
BARD MBA in SUSTAINABILITY:

The Bard MBA in Sustainability is one of a select few graduate programs globally that fully integrates sustainability into a core business curriculum. In the Bard MBA every class is organized around one critical question: How can we build or transform our businesses so that they are in business to solve the pressing social and environmental problems of our time? Graduates of the Bard MBA are transforming existing companies, starting their own, and pioneering a new paradigm of doing business that meets human needs, protects and restores the Earth's systems, and treats all stakeholders with justice and respect. To learn more, visit www.bard.edu/mba.
Sponsored by: Bard MBA in Sustainability
Contact: Katie Ellman  Ke1970@bard.edu
Download: TheImpactReport_Spring2018.pdf
  Wednesday, January 31, 2018
SEA Semester Tabling in Campus Center!
Campus Center, Lobby  11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Thinking of study abroad in the Fall? Like sailing? 

How about studying aboard a tall ship sailing from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean via France, Italy, Spain, and Morocco? Or from the Virgin Islands to Grenada via The Grenadines, Martinique, Antigua, and Saba? 

Come meet a rep from SEA Semester to see if one of their credit-bearing programs is for you. 
Sponsored by: Institute for International Liberal Education
Contact: Trish Fleming  845-758-7080  fleming@bard.edu
  Sunday, January 21, 2018 – Friday, January 26, 2018
BardWorks Annandale/NYC
Campus Center, Multipurpose Room  The BardWorks program helps rising juniors and seniors apply their liberal arts education to the workforce they are about to enter. Drawing on our vast alumni and parent network, BardWorks pairs participants with a mentor in a field of their interest, helps create and expand a professional network, and develops interview, resume, job hunting, and networking skills. Ultimately, it aims to create a community of leaders who will succeed professionally, and make a difference in the lives of others.
Contact: BardWorks  bardworks@bard.edu
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
An Epidemiologist … What Is That?
Andrew Sherman Evans Jr., MPH—
Coordinator of Communicable Disease
Control and Preparedness Division of the
Dutchess County Department of Behavioral and Community Health

Olin Hall  7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This presentation chronicles the day in the life of a ‘shoe leather’ epidemiologist for a local health department. The talk describes the type of epidemiologists, local disease trends and some discussion of the types of investigations that are conducted. 

Mr. Evans is the current Coordinator of Communicable Disease for the Dutchess County Department of Behavioral and Community Health. He has been with the department for 28 years. He is the lead epidemiologist and has oversight over all the New York state reportable communicable diseases, outbreaks, emerging pathogens and bioterrorism agents. He received his Masters in Public Health from the State University at Albany in 2007. Mr. Evans is a life time resident of Dutchess County.

 
Sponsored by: Citizen Science Program; Division of Science, Mathematics, and Computing
Contact:
Monday, January 15, 2018
Bending toward Justice: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Localism of the Moral Universe, with panel discussion immediately following on Science and Social Justice
 
Speaker and moderator: Francesca Gamber, Principal and Faculty in History, Bard High School Early College, Baltimore, Maryland

Panel participants:
Daniel Newsome '02, Citizen Science and Bard Prison Initiative Faculty, Bard College
Heather Lawrence, Education Administrator, NYC Department of Education
Helen Epstein, Visiting Professor of Human Rights and Global Public Health
Bard College
 

Olin Hall  3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
In an oft-cited speech from 1965, Martin Luther King, Jr. said that "somehow the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice."  In this presentation, which is partly a history lesson and partly a call to action, we will explore the composition of that "somehow."  Recent historians of the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-twentieth century have emphasized the local roots of this national movement.  They have shown that the prominence of King and other leaders reflected, built upon, and was indeed nurtured by generations of grassroots, community-based organizing by African-American churches, clubs, and especially women.  The 1950s and 1960s were, in fact, part of a continuum of local black activism against segregation that reached back to the post-emancipation era.  And so we consider, in our own time, where the challenges are in our communities and where we can find our place along a historical continuum of action.  The most local site of change is within ourselves and the choices we make -- the "somehow" -- that ultimately bend the universe toward justice.
Sponsored by: Center for Civic Engagement; Citizen Science Program
Contact:
  Monday, January 15, 2018
Why Science Matters
A full day of talks by faculty and outside speakers presenting a variety of novel perspectives on the connections between science and other areas of human thought.
Bard College Campus  9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Contact: Mary Krembs  914-475-1345  krembs@bard.edu
Saturday, January 13, 2018
MLK Jr. Day of Engagement
Various Locations on Campus and Locally  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is: 'What are you doing for others?'" Each year, people across the country answer that question by coming together on the King Holiday to serve their neighbors and communities. Created as a national call to service, it brings home the importance of working together to provide solutions for pressing social concerns.

The Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Engagement on January 13, 2018, sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement, provides the Class of 2021 with opportunities to engage in and enhance the communities surrounding Bard College. The Class of 2021 will work with various volunteer organizations in the Hudson Valley to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy of promoting social justice, compassion and selfless contributions to our community.

Students will participate in engagement opportunities including working with children, animals, sustainability, health care organizations, and teaching science.
Sponsored by: Center for Civic Engagement; Citizen Science Program
Contact: 845-758-7453  mlk@bard.edu
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Science and politics: basic literacy for activists
 
Felicia Keesing,
David & Rosalie Rose Distinguished Professor of the Sciences, Mathematics, and Computing, Bard College

Olin Hall  7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
In this talk, Professor Keesing will provide an overview of tools and concepts that can empower you to find, interpret, challenge, and defend scientific information. She will provide you with an overview of how science is funded, how politicians can question whether human activities are causing global climate change, and whether the current administration is operating outside the bounds of the normal relationship between science and politics.
Sponsored by: Citizen Science Program; Division of Science, Mathematics, and Computing
Contact:
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Informational Webinar: Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability 
Join and receive a $65 application fee waiver!
        

Online  7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
<<<< REGISTER HERE FOR LINK >>>>

Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability holds online informational webinars for prospective students to learn more about graduate school options in our MBA in Sustainability and Center for Environmental Policy programs. 

ABOUT
Webinars include a program overview for the Bard MBA in Sustainability and the Bard Center for Environmental Policy programs as well as detailed admissions information, course requirements, tips to make your application strong, and financial information. 

Join a live information session with Director Goodstein and the admissions team and ask questions directly of the Bard team. 

WHAT WILL BE COVERED?   Overview of graduate program offerings Alumni success and career outcomes Admissions information Prerequisite course requirements Peace Corps and AmeriCorps programs Financial aid availability Tips for a standout application DEGREE OPTIONS
Degree Options Include:
MS in Environmental Policy
MS in Climate Science and Policy
MBA in Sustainability
 
Dual Degree Options Include:
MS/JD with Pace Law School 
MS/MAT with Bard's Master of Arts in Teaching 
MS/MBA with Bard's MBA in Sustainability 

Peace Corps Programs Include:
Master's International (before you serve) 
Peace Corps Fellows (after you serve)  

A $65 application fee waiver is available to those who participate in the webinar at the end of the session. Email Caitlin O'Donnell for further details.
For more information, call 845-758-7073.

<<<< REGISTER HERE FOR LINK >>>>
Sponsored by: Bard Center for Environmental Policy; Bard MBA in Sustainability
Contact: Caitlin O'Donnell  845-758-7073  codonnel@bard.edu
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Why Conservation Science Matters: Intelligent Tinkering in the Age of the Anthropocene
Nava Tabak
Director of Science, Climate, and Stewardship at Scenic Hudson

Olin Hall  7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Conservation science detects critical trends, identifies their drivers and impacts, and implements solutions; it is the discipline by which we come to know the world’s cogs and wheels and in turn work to retain enough of them to support functioning ecosystems on earth.

Nava Tabak is Director of Science, Climate, & Stewardship at Scenic Hudson, a non-profit environmental advocacy organization and land trust. Her work focuses on biodiversity conservation, ecological restoration and stewardship, and promoting climate resilience in the Hudson Valley.She provides science-based guidance for the stewardship of Scenic Hudson’s parks and preserves, land use advocacy, policy, and land protection prioritization initiatives. Nava recently conducted the first comprehensive effort to model the projected response of the Hudson’s tidal wetlands to climate change-driven sea level rise, and developed a framework of conservation, restoration, and policy strategies to maximize their resilience in the coming century. Working with regional partners Nava assists Hudson River waterfront communities in adapting to accelerating sea level rise and its associated flooding. Previous work experience includes habitat mapping for conservation planning, environmental education, wildlife and aquatic resource conservation, and invasive species detection and management. She received her MS from the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department of the University of Connecticut, where she studied invasive plant ecology, conducted spatial distribution modeling, and staffed the Invasive Plant Atlas of New England project.
 
Sponsored by: Citizen Science Program; Division of Science, Mathematics, and Computing
Contact:
  Sunday, January 7, 2018
Opening Ceremony
Fisher Center, Sosnoff Theater  2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Sponsored by: Citizen Science Program
Contact:
  Sunday, January 7, 2018 – Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Citizen Science Program
Bard College Campus  Sponsored by: Registrar's Office
Contact: 845-758-7490  citizenscience@bard.edu