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Silhouette Day at Dorr Museum

January 21, 2006
Silhouettes matter. Birds use and other animals use them, and silhouettes funded the first natural history museum in the U.S. More >>

COA Rates High in Campus Engagement, Academics


COA's commitment to intellectual development extraordinarily confirmed by the results of a nationally recognized study. More >>

Sewing Trees: Three Chambers, Three Layers

January 11 through February 19, 2006
"These places are not inhabitable physically but they invite the viewer inside in their imagination." - Barbara Andrus More >>

Second Annual Boreal Dip

January 15, 2006
Funds support field research efforts of Allied Whale. More >>

COA Receives National Wildlife Federation Award


"I love this award. Earning it required creativity, collaboration and commitment from the entire campus." - Steve Katona More >>

Holiday Gift


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COA Faculty, Students and Staff Present at Marine Mammal Conference


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Sleep Installation at Blum Gallery

December 16-January 4 (gallery closed over holiday break)
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Solstice Celebration

December 18, 2005
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COA receives grant to study plants and heavy metals


Rajakaruna and his class found that metal-tolerant species had naturalized on the mine, an exciting research possibility. More >>

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