Gidon Eshel named one of the Top Influential Earth Scientists Today
Gidon Eshel is a research professor at Bard College, specializing in oceanography, climatology and geophysics. He attended Technion-Israel Institute of Technology before transferring to Columbia University, where he earned an M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. in mathematical physics. After graduating, Eshel was a postdoctoral NOAA Climate & Global Change fellow at Harvard University’s Department for Earth & Planetary Physics. He has also since served as a staff scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and a professor of geophysics at the University of Chicago.
Keeping Community: Thrive On! Kingston Spotlight
When COVID-19 hit close to home, many individuals, organizations, and communities shifted their focus to surviving through the pandemic. Two creative and forward-thinking Bard students, Keyvious Avery ’21 and Aidan Galloway ’21, knew they wanted to do more than just help people survive, they wanted them to thrive, and thus Thrive On! Kingston was born.