The Center for Food Studies at Bard College at Simon’s Rock will host the 8th annual ThinkFOOD Conference from October 1–2, 2021, with a focus on looking to nature for sustainable ways to eat and lessen our impact on the planet.
Bard College at Simon's Rock is pleased to welcome acclaimed author Alexander Chee for a public talk reflecting on his widely celebrated essay collection and this year's Book One selection, "How to Write an Autobiographical Novel," on September 8, 2021.
Students in the Simon's Rock studio recently held a hack-a-thon to spark innovation, sharpen students’ technical and coding skills, and offer the opportunity to network with other students and alumni working in the tech industry.
For more than two decades at Bard College at Simon’s Rock and in the wider world of literature and publishing, Jennifer Browdy ’78, Division Head, Languages & Literature at Simon’s Rock, has deftly married vocation with conviction on social and environmental justice. Read our Q&A with Jennifer.
Town & Country profiles the work of Ben Dobson ’00, a co-founder of Hudson Carbon and Hudson Hemp. The two startups have a joint mission to: research and promote regenerative organic agriculture and carbon sequestration; farm hemp; perform complex botanical extractions; and, along the way, make and sell an exquisite line of CBD-infused wellness products called Treaty.
A new study from a Simon's Rock faculty member and two students examining how chromosome size and shape vary between species finds that, on average, chromosomes with more DNA are both longer and wider, with chromosome width increasing like the square root of chromosome length. The findings appear in the May issue of Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology.
Maudie Shah ’99 and Sumul Shah ’99, co-founders of Amino and Simon’s Rock alumni, will address the graduates at the 52nd Commencement ceremony of Bard College at Simon’s Rock on Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.
The new Simon's Rock Studio is an intellectual maker-space and communal learning project driven by a small group of inaugural Fellows. It has an entrepreneurial atmosphere similar to that of a start-up or a think tank.
Peter Filkins, Richard B. Fisher Professor of Literature and Creative Writing at Simon’s Rock, releases his latest book of poetry, "Water / Music," on April 6, 2021, and will participate in a virtual book tour with other acclaimed writers.