• NEWS
    Centennial Show Highlights Acadia’s Beauty

    Vivid photographs of Acadia National Park by landscape and wildlife photographer Tom Blagden are featured at College of the Atlantic’s Ethel H. Blum Gallery.

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    The Ethics of Tide Pools: A Student Museum Exhibit
    Tyler Prest ’16 worked with Acadia National Park to create an exhibit in the COA George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History exploring the ethical dilemmas of managing the intertidal zone. His work is part of the museum’s new Acadia National Park Centennial exhibit, “Exploring Acadia: Our Best Classroom.”
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    Making A Difference: A Sustainable Career (Green Living)
    Want to make a difference and help save the planet? How about getting paid to do it? For some it’s only a dream. But for some college graduates, like “eco-hero” Shan Burson ’83, it’s a dream come true.


October 5th, 2018

October 16th, 2018

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    Naturalist Tate Bushell explores getting to know a place at College of the Atlantic's Human Ecology Forum.

    To Know a Place – Inventory and Research at Little Long Pond

    4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall Mt. Desert Island Land and Garden Preserve Natural Lands Director Tate Bushell discusses his work getting to know 1,200 acres of land sandwiched between Acadia National Park and the ocean, and shares opportunities for College of the Atlantic students to get involved, at COA’s Human Ecology Forum.