Alejandra Morales Torres ’23 will provide a six-week mental and emotional health course for children staying at a support and refugee center in her hometown of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico, and will create a permanent reading and wellness space there following a $10,000 Projects for Peace award.
Newly named Thomas J. Watson Fellow Charles-Olivier Lévesque ’23 will travel through Europe and Asia after graduating from College of the Atlantic to explore how collaborative experiments within communities can address social and environmental issues on both regional and global scales.
A Fulbright Specialist Award leads to a month-long teaching adventure in Colombia for College of the Atlantic business professor Jay Friedlander.
Excerpts from a Traveling Journal
By Anouk de Fontaine ’14
The Yucatán Program—with its language immersion in either Spanish or Mayan—is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year. As COA’s first ongoing off-campus program, it has transformed the lives of multiple students, among them Rebecca Haydu ’16.