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27 september, 2018

Bard College Joins CTCL  

The Faculty's main academic partner Bard College will become the 45th member institution of the non-profit organization Colleges That Change Lives (CTCL).

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12 september, 2018

Liberal Arts and Sciences as a Cognitive Style  

Our undergraduate student Daria Kleeva–about her experience of being a liberal arts and sciences student.

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4 march, 2018

For The Light  

The Sea of ​​Tranquility web portal–about the new musical project of Associate Professor of the Faculty Ivan Rozmansky.

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20 february, 2018

The Most Popular Conspiracy Theory  

Professor Aleksander Panchenko–about the Dulles Plan and its influence.

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1 february, 2018

Cold War  

Professor Aleksander Kubyshkin–on Cold War relations between Russia and the U.S.

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16 october, 2017

What is Liberal Education and what could it be?  

Our undergraduate student Daria Kleeva–about general and individual perspectives on liberal education.

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7 august, 2017

The Nature of Consciousness  

Professor Tatiana Chernigovskaya and other Russian scientists–in dialogue with His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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3 june, 2017

Bitcoin Use to Expand in Near Future  

Dean of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences Aleksei Kudrin–about the use of Bitcoin and the value of the Russian ruble.

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6 january, 2017

Brain Makes Decisions Before Consciousness Steps in  

Professor Tatiana Chernigovskaya–about the human brain works.

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8 december, 2016

Pet Shop Boys, Jenia Lubich and More Music in Moscow on the Weekend  

The Moscow Times–about our graduate and singer-songwriter Jenia Lubich.

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12 august, 2016

Why the Next President Should Forgive Student Loans  

Co-chairmаn of the Board of Overseers of Arts and Humanities Program (SPbU), President of Bard College Leon Botstein–about the student loan crisis.

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21 july, 2016

Not Just Salinger  

Russia Beyond–about the new book by Associate Professor Andrey Astvatsaturov.

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2 march, 2016

New SAT  

Co-chairmаn of the Board of Overseers of Arts and Humanities Program (St.Petersburg State University)President of Bard College Leon Botstein–about the new SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test / Scholastic Assessment Test).

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16 january, 2016

Mississippi Heard  

Sewanee Today–about the Mississippi Heard, multi-media project by our graduate Ekaterina Korablyova.

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18 november, 2015

Social Entrepreneurship Conference  

Our project Calvert Forum hosts social entrepreneurship conference today in St.Petersburg.

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10 november, 2015

Why we look at pretty faces  

Science Daily–about the Ph.D. thesis of our graduate Olga Chelnokova.

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17 april, 2015

Yamanashi Liberal Arts College  

Michael Lacktorin, founding dean of our academic partner, a unique new college at Yamanashi Gakuin University in Kofu, Yamanashi Prefecture, says his most important role as an educator is to help students discover where their passion lies, and to find out what they really want to do with their lives.

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17 march, 2015

Are We Still Making Citizens?  

The essay by Leon Botstein, President of Bard College, music director of the American Symphony Orchestra, and editor of The Musical Quarterlyis, co-chairmаn of the Board of Overseers of Arts and Humanities Program (SPbU).

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13 march, 2015

Breaking the Ice  

The essay by Alexandra Vorobiova, graduate student in the programme Musical Criticism.

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15 november, 2014

Bard College awarded Monakhov Valery

To emphasize the role of the founder of the first liberal arts program in Russia – the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences (formerly–Smolny College) Valery Mikhailovich Monakhov, Bard College has decided to honor him with the "The John Dewey Award for Distinguished Public Service".

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