Fifteen bleary-eyed students from professor Ken Cline’s Intro to the Legal Process class pack into school vans at 5:30 a.m. for a journey to the Maine State House in Augusta. Their access to Maine’s lawmakers is inspiring and memorable.
To gain an international perspective and further her studies on the impacts of the economy on interpersonal and environmental relationships, Laura Berry ’17 spent a term at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
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Nimisha Bastedo ’15 worked closely with a school in Fort Providence, a small Indigenous community in Northwest Territories, Canada, while finishing her senior project. It examined harmonizing cultural and academic learning though on-the-land school programs.
Earth in Brackets is a COA student collective which engages with issues of climate and social justice at the international and grassroots level.
In the Practicum in Renewable Energy, students collaborate to design and build a structure or project that makes use of sustainable energy principles. Building a traditional post-and-beam shed to house tractors at COA’s Peggy Rockefeller Farms, shown here, and topping it with solar panels was one such recent project.