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    Summer Institute focuses on oceans
    The beauty, promise, and perils of our greatest commons are the focal points of the 2022 College of the Atlantic Summer Institute: Our One and Only Ocean, held in partnership with The National Geographic Society.
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    COA 24-Hour Challenge nets record haul
    College of the Atlantic raised nearly $200,000 during their yearly 24-Hour Challenge fundraiser Feb. 8, setting a new one-day fundraising record.
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    It’s 24-Hour Challenge time!
    College of the Atlantic’s 10th annual 24-Hour Challenge is a great opportunity for alumnx, students, faculty, staff, family, and friends of the college to join together in support of student scholarships, financial aid, field-based coursework, and more.


July 11th, 2023

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    Sci-fi and our climate reality

    9:30am, Davis Center for Human Ecology The 2023 College of the Atlantic Coffee & Conversation series opens with author Kim Stanley Robinson speaking with COA professor Susan Letcher about climate change, writing utopian fiction, and the “last, best hope” to save the planet.

July 18th, 2023

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    At first light

    9:30am, Davis Center for Human Ecology Bowdoin College Museum of Art co-directors Dr. Anne Collins Goodyear and Dr. Frank Goodyear join photographer Walter Smalling and art critic Carl Little to discuss their book At First Light and the communities of artists and craftspeople who practice in Maine.

July 25th, 2023

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    Electrifying transportation

    9:30am, Davis Center for Human Ecology Highland Electric Transportation founding CEO Duncan McIntyre joins COA Trustee Roland Reynolds at College of the Atlantic Coffee & Conversation to discuss the future of vehicle electrification and how electric school buses are key to addressing climate change and ensuring healthy kids and communities.