We leverage the interdisciplinary platform of Bard’s Environmental and Urban Studies Program to bring social and political issues together with scientific study, to create effective solutions to complex environmental issues relating to water. We study water in all its phases—liquid, gaseous, and solid—as we expand watershed-level management thinking to include the concept of airsheds, which requires a better understanding of the interconnectedness of watersheds across the water landscape.
The Bard Water Lab is a student-run, community-centered laboratory devoted to bringing water science to water communities.
Abigail Russell ’19 Presents Senior Project Results
Senior Abigail Russell ’19 presented the results of her Senior Project, “South Twin Lake Water Quality Report,” to the South Twin Lakes Association on Sunday, May 5. Abigail, an Environmental and Urban Studies major, was a copresenter with her project adviser, Robyn Smyth, continuing assistant professor in the EUS Program.