Bard CEP News

100%! CEP ’16 Working to Change the Future

We are pleased to report that 100% of the CEP class of 2016 is now employed in the sustainability field or pursuing further graduate study. Here is the list: Kasope […] Posted on 22 February 2017 | 10:17 am

Asia-Environment Student Research Gathering, Second Annual

Asia-Environment Student Research Gathering, Second Annual

April 14-15 2016, forty-five undergraduate and graduate students gathered at Bard to present their research related to Sustainable Development and the environment in Asia. Here are a few photos! ——————– […] Posted on 12 February 2017 | 3:12 pm

Eban’s Annual Ask- Polar Plunge V in support of our graduate students

Eban’s Annual Ask- Polar Plunge V in support of our graduate students

Dear Friends, Even as we come out of the hottest year ever, nevertheless, it’s a beautiful snowy day here in Annandale, and that means it’s polar plunge time! Please help support our […] Posted on 10 February 2017 | 3:36 pm

Trying to Get By Without Science Direct: Learning a Different Kind of Research

Trying to Get By Without Science Direct: Learning a Different Kind of Research

When I moved from the academic setting at Bard to Washington, D.C. to start my internship, one of my biggest adjustments—besides dealing with city living—was learning a new style of […] Posted on 3 February 2017 | 9:53 am

To Save the Wallkill River

To Save the Wallkill River

The Wallkill River starts at Lake Mohawk in New Jersey and flows north 90 miles to meet the Rondout Creek in Esopus and Rosendale, New York.  Along the way, the […] Posted on 3 February 2017 | 6:59 am

How Much Does it Take to Keep the Arctic Afloat?

How Much Does it Take to Keep the Arctic Afloat?

I’m continuing to feed my passion for all things Arctic (it’s just so cool…) in my second internship, this one with the US Arctic Research Commission (USARC). USARC is a tiny […] Posted on 31 January 2017 | 4:14 pm

Advancing Climate Adaptation and Resilience

Advancing Climate Adaptation and Resilience

Climate change adaptation is a complex challenge, requiring input from many disciplines and stakeholders throughout the process. And that process is never over. Iteration is key, revisions need to be […] Posted on 31 January 2017 | 3:39 pm

Transition: Student to Employee

Transition: Student to Employee

When I first arrived in Switzerland to start my internship at KB Oil Environmental, I had million thoughts going on in my mind. I was really glad to start a […] Posted on 29 January 2017 | 4:07 pm

Letter from Oaxaca, January 2017

Letter from Oaxaca, January 2017

Professor Monique Segarra is the lead faculty for our January Term in Oaxaca, Mexico. She wrote this letter on January 27, 2017. Dear All, We are having an amazing January […] Posted on 27 January 2017 | 2:09 pm

Don’t Falter, Organize!

Don’t Falter, Organize!

Before entering my internship with the Food & Water Watch (FWW) I was unsure exactly of what an organizer position consisted of. I have always considered myself somewhat organized, so […] Posted on 26 January 2017 | 11:41 am