COVID-19 Communications | Microcollege

Microcollege Student Opinion: A Movement Toward Transformation

This reflection by Aru Apaza '22 is part of the Community Voices op-ed series for the BPI Public Health Journal. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis,  BPI alumni, staff, and faculty and Bard Microcollege students will be posting reflections about their work, studies, and response to… Read More 

Profile | Communications

Field Notes on Pandemic Teaching

This reflection by Delia Mellis '86 Director of Program and Faculty Development originally appeared in Places Journal has been reproduced below and can found in its entirety here.   A Bard Prison Initiative student studying at the computer lab at Coxsackie Correctional Facility, a maximum-security prison in… Read More 

COVID-19 Communications | Alumni Affairs

Alumni Remembrances: The Greatest Lesson I Learned

This reflection by Joseph Alli ‘14 is part of the Community Voices: Remembrances series for the BPI Public Health Journal. Through the COVID-19 crisis, BPI is inviting alumni who have lost loved ones to author and post remembrances here on the BPI Blog.   My name… Read More 

COVID-19 Communications | Alumni Advocacy

Alumni Opinion: Disaster Preparedness in NYC’s Transitional Housing and Shelters

This reflection by Patricia Howard '15 is part of the Community Voices op-ed series for the BPI Public Health Journal. Through the COVID-19 crisis, BPI alumni, staff, and faculty will be posting reflections about their work and response to the virus here on the… Read More 

Communications | Announcements

Still Behind Bars: Education and the Meaning of Freedom – A Passover Haggadah Supplement

Dear Friends, In 2014, BPI created a Haggadah supplement in partnership with Rev. Vivian Nixon, Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts II, Bard President Leon Botstein, and author Anya Kamenetz. Over the years, we have been delighted by the response and, following many requests, are pleased… Read More