• NEWS
    COA Summer Series Underway
    College of the Atlantic’s summer event series, including Coffee and Conversations, a feature art exhibit, and the second annual Champlain Institute, brings scholars, artists, activists, political leaders, conservationists and others to the College’s seaside campus for intriguing explorations of creativity, religion, current events, international relations, and more.
  • NEWS
    Champlain Institute Explores International Relations
    Former United States National Security Advisor Susan Rice and former Maine Senator George Mitchell bookend College of the Atlantic’s 2018 Champlain Institute: International Affairs. The weeklong event features roundtables and lectures from notable experts in national security, trade disputes, cyber warfare, terrorism, civil wars, Russia, North Korea, and other hotspots around the globe.
  • NEWS
    Summer Cultural Series Underway
    College of the Atlantic’s annual summer event series turns its focus to the importance of the humanities this year with a program of free presentations, conversations, and art from July through early September.


August 28th, 2018

  • Aug
    Ocean conservation is the subject of College of the Atlantic's last Coffee and Conversation of the summer.

    Coffee & Conversation: Saving our Oceans

    9:00am, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center

    David Shaw, the co-chair of the Aspen Institute’s High Seas Initiative, joins College of the Atlantic Steven K. Katona Chair in Marine Sciences Dr. Sean Todd to discuss ocean conservation at COA’s final Coffee and Conversation of the 2018 summer season.

September 13th, 2018

  • Sep
    Beech Hill Farm carrots

    Share the Harvest Farm Dinner

    5:00pm, Beech Hill Farm, Mount Desert COA’s beautiful Beech Hill Farm is the setting for a four-course dinner catered by Havana Restaurant. All proceeds benefit Share the Harvest, a COA student-led program supplying organic produce to local food pantries.