With the help of a 1.5 million dollar grant from the Diana Davis Spencer Foundation, College of the Atlantic Students are taking their innovative ideas to a new level - creating their own start up companies right in the classroom.
As universities and other institutions grapple with ways to fight climate change…College of the Atlantic is nudging its students to reach outside the school’s boundaries and start changing the real world.
The COA Outing Club hiked Katahdin yesterday under perfect conditions. Katahdin - just over 5,200 feet- is the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail and the highest peak in Maine. 📷: @mountain_mp #katahdin #baxterpeak #hamlinridge #bsp #maine #getoutside #at #appalachiantrail #outingclub
Ten students, along with faculty members Doreen Stabinsky and Ken Cline, studied in France for an immersion experience in language, food, water, and politics. The eight-week course included travel in Vichy, Marseilles, Brussels, and Paris.
Eliza Oldach ’15 is COA’s first Fulbright Student awardee. She will be exploring ecological relationships in coastal marsh and mussel communities off New Zealand’s South Island.
Students rehearse for a performance of the play “Telephone.”