Schedule Check here for information on the workshops and schedule for the week. A more detailed printed version will be provided at check-in. Getting Here For directions and area information, please refer to the Bard College Visitors page, here. The nearest train station is in Rhinecliff. Visit… Read More
Archive: June 2022
BPI Adds a New Location at Albion Correctional Facility: Hiring New Faculty!
BPI’s newest campus at Albion Correctional Facility, a medium-security women's prison, is now open! This spring, BPI extended a warm welcome to the inaugural cohort, who began their Bardian careers this spring, immersing themselves in the traditional Language and Thinking workshop and utilizing the… Read More
BPI 2022 Public Health Fellowship Symposium
The sixth cohort of the Public Health Fellowship was the largest thus far. During the sixth annual Public Health Symposium, the Fellows engaged in panel discussions about their projects, each of which spans a diverse array of scholarly, programmatic, and policy-based examples of work… Read More
Apply to be a Global Teaching Fellow with the Incarceration Nations Network!
Incarceration Nations Network, an organization founded by BPI’s Senior Advisor for Global Initiatives, Baz Dreisinger, is hiring five global educators for the Chaz Zachary Global Teaching Fellowship, named for a beloved Prison-to-College Pipeline student who transitioned last year. Educators in any country are welcome… Read More
Students Feeding Students
A new partnership at Bard at BPL provides over 200 meals a week for students Much of the success and individuality of the Bard Microcolleges are derived from the community partners they are formed with and a new partnership at Bard at BPL is adding… Read More
BPI Upstate Reentry Resident Shawn Young ’19 Talks Care, Concern, and Community on Radio Kingston’s Good Work Hour
For formerly incarcerated individuals returning to their communities, “clean, safe, and stable” housing is crucial, says Shawn Young ’19, upstate reentry resident for the Bard Prison Initiative. Speaking to his experience as a Bard alumnus through the Bard Prison Initiative, Young told the Good… Read More