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2015 Eugene Meyer Lecture: Professor Mark Lytle Lyford Paterson Edwards and Helen Gray Edwards Professor of Historical Studies
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Bard College Launches New Online Essay Exam as Alternate Path to Admission
This October, Bard College is launching a new path to admission: an online essay examination. The Bard Entrance Examination, open to high school juniors and seniors, will be accessible online through Bard’s admission website and is composed solely of essay questions, offering a new way to apply to Bard that bypasses existing standardized tests and admission processes.
Faculty Member and Esteemed Pianist Jeremy Denk Named 2013 MacArthur Fellow
Jeremy Denk, esteemed pianist and faculty of The Bard College Conservatory of Music, has been named a 2013 MacArthur Fellow. MacArthur Fellowships are awarded to talented individuals in a variety of fields who have shown extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative pursuits and a marked capacity for self direction. MacArthur Fellows each receive a $625,000 grant that is bestowed with no conditions—recipients may use the money as they see fit. Nominated anonymously by leaders in their respective fields and never notified of their candidacy, the recipients learn of their selection only when they receive a call from the MacArthur Foundation days before the public announcement. Denk is the 12th Bard faculty member to be honored with a MacArthur Fellowship.
Hannah Arendt Center at Bard Hosts International Conference on the Crisis in Education
The Hannah Arendt Center will host its sixth annual international conference from Thursday, October 3 to Friday, October 4 in Olin Hall. The two-day conference, “Failing Fast: The Educated Citizen in Crisis,” will examine the issues surrounding American education and what it means to educate a conscious, democratic citizenry.
Bard Debate Union Opens Season with Strong Showing
The Bard Debate Union opened its 10th season with exceptional student performances at last weekend's Northeast Season Opener Debate Tournament at Binghamton University. Among a number of strong showings from the Bard team, first-year students Eva-Marie Quinones '17 and Jackie Merrill '17 were named tournament champions in the novice parliamentary division. The next event in the team's public debate series, "Resolved: Online Learning Will Save Higher Education," takes place at Bard on Tuesday, October 1 in conjunction with the Hannah Arendt Center Conference, "Failing Fast: The Educated Citizen in Crisis" (October 3–4).
The Fisher Center Presents "Conservatory Sundays: Music Alive!" on September 29
The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts presents “Conservatory Sundays: Music Alive!” on Sunday, September 29 at 3 p.m. in the Sosnoff Theater. Curated by artistic directors Joan Tower, Grammy Award–winning composer, and Blair McMillen, pianist, this exciting program of 20th- and 21st-century music showcases works performed by students from The Bard College Conservatory of Music and the Music Program.
The Fisher Center Presents the American Symphony Orchestra Series
The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College presents the opening concert of the 2013–14 season of the popular American Symphony Orchestra (ASO) series on Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26, at 8 p.m. Featured soloists for the ASO’s fall-spring season include Bard College Conservatory of Music students and Concert Competition winners Fanya Wyrick-Flax ’13, Dongfang Ouyang ’14, and Zhi Ma ’15.
Bard College Clemente Course Receives Grants for 2013–2014 Program
The Bard College Clemente Course in the Humanities in Kingston, which offers a college-level introduction to the humanities to adults living on low incomes, has won grants from two local banks to support student expenses for the 2013–2014 program. The Ulster Savings Bank Charitable Foundation awarded a $2,475 grant and First Niagara Foundation awarded a $2,000 grant to support student expenses such as transportation, books, and childcare.
Bard Center for Civic Engagement Presents a Volunteer Fair
The Bard Center for Civic Engagement presents a Volunteer Fair and Farmer’s Market on Monday, September 23, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Bard College’s Bertelsmann Campus Center Multipurpose Room. Hudson Valley community agencies, community services, governmental agencies, libraries and non-profits will be recruiting volunteers from the Northern Dutchess and Ulster County region. Students, seniors, and families interested in connecting with organizations seeking volunteers are encouraged to attend.
Fisher Center Presents Nilaja Sun Performing Her Award-Winning Hit No Child...
The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts presents No Child..., written and performed by Nilaja Sun and directed by Hal Brooks. An award-winning hit play that was performed off-Broadway for more than a year, No Child… is based on Sun’s experiences as a teaching artist in New York City. No Child… will be performed at the Fisher Center’s Sosnoff Theater October 4–6.
Bard Alumnus David Cote '92 Directs Two Plays in New York City in September
"Egypt: Revolution, Evolution, or Coup," A Talk with James Ketterer and Omar Cheta
On Tuesday, September 10, at 7 p.m., James Ketterer, director of International Academic Initiatives, CCE (former director of Amideast, Egypt) and Omar Cheta, assistant professor of history, will give a talk focusing on the ongoing events in Egypt and U.S. policy. This event is presented by the Center for Civic Engagement and the Middle Eastern Studies Program, and is free and open to the public.
Bard Center for Environmental Policy Kicks Off 2013 National Climate Seminar
The Bard Center for Environmental Policy launches its fifth annual National Climate Seminar series on Wednesday, September 4, with filmmaker Robert Stone. Stone directed Pandora's Promise, a feature documentary on nuclear power. Participants may call in to the seminar or meet in the Campus Center.
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