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Stories:

  • NEWS
    Head Back to College with Best of Acadia
    Four pillars of the Maine economy – blueberries, tourism, working waterfronts, and land conservation – are explored in-depth with a series of lectures and presentations at College of the Atlantic’s Best of Acadia: Back to College week, co-hosted by Acadia Senior College.
  • NEWS
    Human Ecology Lab Takes Root in Japan
    The first courses are held at a proposed new college based on College of the Atlantic’s trans-disciplinary model.

Events:

July 23rd, 2018

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    23
    The Osprey is COA’s main research vessel.

    Osprey: Islands Through Time To Petit Manan

    All Day, College of the Atlantic Pier Islands Through Time is a two-week College of the Atlantic course for high school students interested in observing the world from the island perspective. Students spend about half their time on campus learning how to keep journals, play music, and explore local ecology. The second half is spent living at COA’s Alice Eno Field Research Station on Great Duck Island and exploring the area.

July 25th, 2018

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    25
    RV Osprey sets sail in Surry, ME

    Osprey: Islands Through Time

    All Day, College of the Atlantic Pier Islands Through Time is a two-week College of the Atlantic course for high school students interested in observing the world from the island perspective. Students spend about half their time on campus learning how to keep journals, play music, and explore local ecology. The second half is spent living at COA’s Alice Eno Field Research Station on Great Duck Island and exploring the area.

July 28th, 2018

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    28
    Breach sequence of Tornado, a 28-year-old female humpback whale that summers in the Gulf of Maine.

    Osprey: Islands Through Time Whale Watch

    All Day, College of the Atlantic Pier Islands Through Time is a two-week College of the Atlantic course for high school students interested in observing the world from the island perspective. Students spend about half their time on campus learning how to keep journals, play music, and explore local ecology. The second half is spent living at COA’s Alice Eno Field Research Station on Great Duck Island and exploring the area.