August 31, 2015
Dear Members of the Class of 2016:
This handbook, the product of a collaboration between the offices of the Dean of the College, Dean of Student Affairs, Career Development, the Registrar’s Office, and Alumni/ae Affairs, brings together information on formatting and presenting your Senior Project, ordering transcripts, applying for fellowships and career opportunities, and preparing for Commencement and membership in The Alumnae/i Association.
The Watson Fellowship and Fulbright Scholarship application seasons have begun. The Watson is an unusual opportunity, offering graduating seniors $25,000 for a year of travel to pursue an independent “nonacademic” project. The Fulbright Scholarship is supported by the U.S. government and offers students overseas academic research opportunities. Bard students have excelled in winning these prestigious awards, and we wish this year’s applicants similar success. Other postgraduate opportunities are listed in the Fellowship & Scholarship Guide available from Dean of Studies David Shein.
I look forward to the honor of presenting you when you receive your degree to President Botstein at Commencement.With my best wishes,
Dean of the College
Associate Professor of Computer Science