• July 17
    Beekeeping and sugarmaking are in the spotlight for summer fellows in an applied-research program pairing undergraduates with Maine honey and syrup producers to develop original projects on key industry issues.
  • July 15
    College of the Atlantic’s third annual Champlain Institute, “Art: Dissent and Diplomacy,” turns its lens on the ways art undermines or advances political, social, and cultural norms. Over the course of five days and eleven sessions, curators, artists, writers, historians, scholars, and filmmakers explore the crucial role of art in shaping, illuminating, and challenging important ideas and issues of our times.
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    Youth led by College of the Atlantic students seeking a Green New Deal for Maine speak with a poignant mix of idealism and realism about the damaged world they are inheriting.
  • July 1
    College of the Atlantic’s cultural offerings include morning Coffee & Conversation salons, film screenings, lectures, an art exhibit, and the third-annual Champlain Institute forum of ideas and exchange, focusing this year on the ways art challenges, promotes, undermines, and advances political, social, religious, and cultural norms.
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    College of the Atlantic students lead the way to a greener future by collaborating with middle school, high school, and college students from around the state to form the new group, Maine Youth for Climate Justice.
  • June 14
    College of the Atlantic founding faculty member William Carpenter is recognized for “enriching the great State of Maine we all know and love” and inspiring generations of leaders during his nearly five-decades of teaching literature and creative writing at COA.
  • June 11 The COA class of 2019
    Over 1,000 friends, family, students, and alumni from near and far gather to celebrate the College of the Atlantic class of 2019 at COA’s 46th commencement ceremony. A total of 80 students receive Bachelor of Arts degrees in human ecology, and two students are awarded Master of Philosophy human ecology degrees.
  • June 3 Peace activist Koko Tanimoto Kondo
    Peace activist Koko Tanimoto Kondo offers the keynote address at College of the Atlantic’s 46th commencement.
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    Future botanists, linguists, performers, and conservationists are among 82 students from 25 states and 15 nations set to receive human ecology degrees at College of the Atlantic’s 46th graduation ceremony. World-renowned peace activist and atomic bomb survivor Koko Tanimoto Kondo offers the keynote address.
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    The story of Vector, who was well-known in New England waters, isn’t over, according to College of the Atlantic Allied Whale senior scientist Dan DenDanto ’91, who will be using the remains of the 45-foot humpback whale as part of a new exhibit.