Bard College Office of Institutional Support

Bard College Office of Institutional Support The Office of Institutional Support manages the fundraising efforts by the College to foundations, government agencies, corporations, and other entities for college-wide support and for various programs, multidisciplinary efforts, and graduate faculty.

Bard College OIS Staff: Karen Unger, Assistant Vice President of Institutional Support, [email protected], 845-758-7434 Laura Austrian, Senior Grant Writer, [email protected], 845-758-6822 x6225 Matt Siemionki, Grant Manager, [email protected], 845-758-7435 Kim Faraci, Development & Grant Writer, [email protected], 845-758-7260 Lisa Daggett, Grant Writer, [email protected], 845-758-7316 Lynn Behrendt '81, Research & Data Support Coordinator, Office of Prospect Research, [email protected], 845-758-7831 Daina Vitin, Development Associate, Office of Prospect Research, [email protected], 845-758-7408

Bard has been awarded $300,000 in New York State grant funding to restore the exterior of the Montgomery Place Mansion, ...
01/24/2019
Bard College Receives Regional Economic Development Grant for Montgomery Place Mansion Restoration

Bard has been awarded $300,000 in New York State grant funding to restore the exterior of the Montgomery Place Mansion, a National Historic Landmark that is part of Bard's campus.

Bard College has been awarded $300,000 in New York State grant funding to restore the Montgomery Place Mansion, a National Historic Landmark. Part of the state’s 2018 Regional Economic Development funding and the Environmental Protection Fund Grant Program, the funds will be used to resto...

Bard's New Annandale House has won a 2018 New York Design Award, gold level in the public and institutional architecture...
12/04/2018
New Annandale House at Bard College wins design award

Bard's New Annandale House has won a 2018 New York Design Award, gold level in the public and institutional architecture category.

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. — New Annandale House, a two-story multipurpose media studio that houses the Bard College Center for Experimental Humanities, has won a 2018 New York Design Gold Award from

11/29/2018

After a competitive season, the Bard College Debate Union has shifted focus to mentoring local kids and working with their peers on our global campuses. Read the full story at http://ow.ly/d6cv30mN0b3

We are pleased to present the second issue of OIS Update! This newsletter will also be sent regularly via email to Bard ...
10/24/2018
Fall OIS Update - Grant news and more inside!

We are pleased to present the second issue of OIS Update! This newsletter will also be sent regularly via email to Bard faculty and staff. Click on the link below to see what's new!

For those of you who haven't ventured across 9G to visit us at the Anne Cox Chambers Alumni/ae Center, the Office of Institutional Support (sometimes also called the "Grants Office" or just "Grants" or "Foundation Relations;" we tend to use "OIS," another acronym in Bard's long list!) is one of th...

Bard MAT alumnus Alhassan Susso ’12 has been named New York State’s 2019 Teacher of the Year.
10/03/2018
State Education Department Announces Bronx International Community High School Teacher Named 2019 Teacher of the Year

Bard MAT alumnus Alhassan Susso ’12 has been named New York State’s 2019 Teacher of the Year.

The Board of Regents today named extraordinary educator Alhassan Susso of International Community High School in the Bronx as the 2019 New York State Teacher of the Year and awarded the 2018 Marge A. Tierney Memorial Scholarship to Samiha Tashneem, a graduate student at Hunter College, the City Univ...

09/26/2018

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation recently awarded a $2.5 million grant to The Consortium on Forced Migration, Displacement and Education, created by Bard, Vassar, Sarah Lawrence and Bennington Colleges to develop curricula and other programs on the issue of forced migration. Full story: https://bit.ly/2NEgIqf

The College in High School Alliance (CHSA) was awarded $1.2 million to advance its goals of steering the expansion, equi...
09/20/2018
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The College in High School Alliance (CHSA) was awarded $1.2 million to advance its goals of steering the expansion, equity, and quality focus of college in high school programs and policies nationwide. The award is supported by the Joyce Foundation ($600,000), ECMC Foundation ($400,000), and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ($200,000). Since 2017, when Bard College, JFF, KnowledgeWorks, the Middle College National Consortium, and the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships launched CHSA, it has grown to a coalition of 62 national and state organizations.

Bard High School Early College Queens has been ranked seventh in NYC's Top 10 Public High Schools. This school is also k...
08/14/2018
NYC's Top 10 Public High Schools: New Rankings Released

Bard High School Early College Queens has been ranked seventh in NYC's Top 10 Public High Schools. This school is also known for the diversity of its student body and the free college credits students earn leading to an associate degree that students can transfer to many four-year institutions.

Niche.com ranked all of the public high schools in the country.

We are pleased to present the first issue of OIS Update! This newsletter will also be sent regularly via email to Bard f...
07/20/2018
OIS Update!

We are pleased to present the first issue of OIS Update! This newsletter will also be sent regularly via email to Bard faculty and staff. Click on the link below to see what's new!

For those of you who haven't ventured across 9G to visit us at the Anne Cox Chambers Alumni/ae Center, the Office of Institutional Support (sometimes also called the "Grants Office" or just "Grants" or "Foundation Relations;" we tend to use "OIS," another acronym in Bard's long list!) is one of th...

High school seniors from Columbia and Greene Counties graduated from the Bard Early College Program during a recent cere...
06/22/2018
Area high school seniors graduate from Bard College program | Hudson Valley 360

High school seniors from Columbia and Greene Counties graduated from the Bard Early College Program during a recent ceremony at the Hudson Area Library.

Area high school seniors graduate from Bard College program Nearly a dozen seniors from Columbia and Greene counties graduated from the Bard Early College Program during a ceremony June 14 at the Hudson Area Library. The students spent their senior year completing their high school requirements whil...

Bard Early College - Hudson now in its second year offering local high school students a cost-free head start on college...
01/04/2018
Bard offers local students head start on college - The Columbia Paper

Bard Early College - Hudson now in its second year offering local high school students a cost-free head start on college. Read more in a recent article featured in The Columbia Paper.

HUDSON–Students can get both high school and college credit simultaneously for the same courses in Bard’s Early College Program in Hudson. Bard College, which has its main campus in Annandale-on-Hudson, started the Early College Program for high school students early … Read more...

Bard was one of four colleges (and the only one from the independent sector) awarded a Smart Transfer Grant Award to sup...
12/12/2017
State Education Department Awards $4.76 Million for Four Smart Transfer Early College High School Programs

Bard was one of four colleges (and the only one from the independent sector) awarded a Smart Transfer Grant Award to support our Bard High School Early College Queens in partnership with the NYC Department of Education.

The New York State Education Department awarded $4.76 million in grants to four recipients (two school districts and two colleges) for the Smart Transfer Early College High School Program, Commissioner MaryEllen Elia announced today. These grants will support partnerships between public school distr...

The Hudson River Watershed Alliance honored Bard College with its 2017 Watershed WaveMaker award for an organization wor...
12/07/2017
Bard College earns water conservation accolade

The Hudson River Watershed Alliance honored Bard College with its 2017 Watershed WaveMaker award for an organization working to protect, conserve, and restore Hudson River water

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. >> The Hudson River Watershed Alliance honored Bard College with its 2017 Watershed WaveMaker award for an organization working to protect, conserve, and restore Hudson River water resources.

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