A Place for Events...
Students Abroad Photography Exhibit
Ongoing: A show of photographs contributed by students who completed abroad programs in 2012-2013; in the Liebowitz lobby gallery
Information Sessions for Study Abroad
Information Sessions Fall
Friday, Nov 7, 2014: Bard Abroad Information TableJosh Cornehlsen from Bard will have an information table in the dining hall during lunch (11am-1:30pm) to talk about study abroad opportunities through Bard, including Bard in Berlin, Budapest, Kyrgyzstan, and St. Petersburg.
A Place for Presentations...
Returning Study Abroad/Away Student Presentations
Fall 2014 student presenters:
Wednesday, October 22, 5-6:30pm, Liebowitz 01
Victoria Ogundipe, Ashesi University (Berekuso, Ghana)
Harrison Gregg, AIT Budapest (Computer Science)
Jody Leonard, AIT Budapest (Computer Science)
Arden Pickoff-Rafferty, Bard Globalization and International Affairs and Sea Semester
Alex Morrow, Sea Semester and Bard Globalization and International Affairs
Ciaran Finlayson, ECLA/Bard in Berlin
Saturday, November 1, 3:30-4:30pm, Lecture Center
Marisa Benitez (API-Paris)
Amanda Johnston (Eastern Carolina Italy Intensive-Arts Program)
Rory Huang (JASIN (Japan Studies in Nagasaki) at Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies)
Friedolin Stockmeier (Oxford-St. Catherine's)
Pyae Pyae (Moe Thet) War (Oxford-St. Catherine's)
Mayu Suzuki (Akita International University, Japan)
What is the Liebowitz Center for International Studies?
A Place for Students...
Courses in Spanish, Chinese, Anthropology, Political Studies, Information Fluency, Film, French, Asian Studies
Study Abroad Office Yammer Student Meeting Space
A Place for Global Education...
The Global Connections Teaching Initiative associated with the Liebowitz Center for International Studies has been funded by a generous grant from the Davis Educational Foundation established by Stanton and Elisabeth Davis after Mr. Davis's retirement as chairman of Shaw's Supermarkets, Inc.
A Place for Faculty...
Faculty from the Division of Language and Literature and the Division of Social Studies have offices in the building. They are: