We believe that all communities should have access to drinkable water, breathable air, and fertile soil. Our research engages communities in collaborative environmental monitoring and scientific studies, in support of environmental justice. We work to make local monitoring data accessible, providing science as a resource to meet community needs. Climate change will amplify these needs. In response, we study land, air, and water to explore how crucial data can be used to help build community resilience and adaptation.
A Community Partnership
Become a Community Science Lab Intern
This internship is ideal for students interested in engaging with both the Bard and outside community. At the lab, you’ll support our monitoring programs, attend community meetings, and take part in community outreach. As an intern, you’ll work closely with community members and Bard faculty, staff, and students. Interpersonal skills and an interest in bettering communication skills are a must.