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Talk on Migration, Anthropology, Human Ecology

Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Intensive hanging out' is how Heath Cabot, COA's newest anthropologist, describes her work to Rich Borden, during the last Coffee + Conversation of the season. More >>

Andrews' 'Beauty Sleep' at Blum

August 27 to September 23
The hidden recesses of the human mind is the subject of Beauty Sleep, a video and drawing installation at COA's Ethel H. Blum Gallery. The exhibit, on view from August 27 to September 25, is by COA faculty member and Guggenheim recipient Nancy Andrews. More >>

Talk on Acadia, Parks, Management at COA

Friday, August 12,2011
Sheridan Steele, Acadia National Park superintendent, and College of the Atlantic faculty member Ken Cline will be talking about the park, its visitors, and the need for nature in people's lives during the next Coffee & Conversation session. More >>

Not Your Grandma's NEA

Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Lifelong arts director Joan Shigekawa speaks at COA on Wednesday, August 10 at 5 p.m. on the current agenda of the Natiional Endowment for the Arts. A reception follows the talk. More >>

Educating for Global Citizenship

Tuesday, August 9, 2011
What does it mean to create a global citizenry? Phil Geier, director of the Davis United World College Scholars Program, speaks with COA faculty member Bonnie Tai. More >>

Blum: A Few of My Favorite Things

August 5 through 20, 2011
An antique wooden mouse trap; a moody Kathe Kollwitz etching; an elaborately carved horn snuff box ... favorite items from island collectors, along with the stories of why these items were chosen to be part of the Blum's "A Few of My Favorite Things." More >>

Katona Conversation on Research

Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Steve Katona, former COA president, founder of Allied Whale, talks with Gale McCullough, citizen scientist, about scientific research for the Coffee & Conversation series. More >>

Princeton Review, Forbes: COA a Top School

August, 2011
COA's "unique approach to academics," its "eclectic and brilliant" faculty, have once again placed the school among the best colleges in America. It is also one of only five colleges on Princeton Review's "Green Honor Roll" for each of its four years. More >>

Kathryn W. Davis' $2M Challenge

Wednesday, July 27, 2011
"The most important objective of international education and engagement is world peace. It is the best legacy we all so fervently desire." - KW Davis upon offering COA Global Engagement Fund Toward Peace More >>

Wheelwright offers 2011 Stone Lecture

Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Sculptor Joseph Wheelwright works with wood, stone, bronze, and bone. His 'tree personages' tower over 20 feet off the land. He'll be talking about art during the slideshow presentation, "The Wonder of Art" on July 26 at 5 p.m. More >>

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