• August 14 Beehive
    A new venture developed within College of the Atlantic’s sustainable business hatchery seeks to merge environmental responsibility with convenience and a love of nature. Beehive Mountain Equipment is starting off with manufacturing eco-friendly, water-resistant, reusable bags, but the sky is the limit for future projects, say the eager trio behind the business.
  • July 25 Sarah Redmond of Springtide Seaweed harvests kelp from her aquaculture farm on Maine's Frenchman Bay. Springtide is buildi...
    The owners of the country’s largest organic seaweed farm are partnering with College of the Atlantic to create and operate a saltwater research and production facility on the school’s oceanfront campus.
  • July 20 Former Maine Senator George Mitchell speaks at the 2018 College of the Atlantic Champlain Institute: International Affairs.
    Former United States National Security Advisor Susan Rice and former Maine Senator George Mitchell bookend College of the Atlantic’s 2018 Champlain Institute: International Affairs. The weeklong event features roundtables and lectures from notable experts in national security, trade disputes, cyber warfare, terrorism, civil wars, Russia, North Korea, and other hotspots around the globe.
  • July 11 COA philosophy professor Dr. Gray Cox's "Transforming Rationality to Sustain the World" is featured at the ...
    Humanity must transform our dominant reasoning systems in order to overcome threats of ecological collapse and the emergence of destructive artificial intelligence platforms, according to College of the Atlantic philosophy and peace studies professor Dr. J. Gray Cox, whose work is presented at the 24th World Congress of Philosophy in Beijing, China.
  • June 22 Pantsuit Nation founder Libby Chamberlain is at College of the Atlantic as part of the 2018 summer event series.
    College of the Atlantic’s summer event series, including Coffee and Conversations, a feature art exhibit, and the second annual Champlain Institute, brings scholars, artists, activists, political leaders, conservationists and others to the College’s seaside campus for intriguing explorations of creativity, religion, current events, international relations, and more.
  • April 25 Abby Barrows ’18, studies microplastics in the world’s oceans - small pieces of plastic resulting from the disposa...
    A global research initiative led by a College of the Atlantic graduate student uncovers alarming levels of microplastic pollution in ocean waters around the globe.
  • March 26
    The world’s largest annual meeting on the earth and space sciences awards Outstanding Student Presentation to College of the Atlantic’s Alba Mar Rodríguez Padilla ‘18 for her earthquake research in eastern Canada.
  • March 7
    At the heart of College of the Atlantic, Take-a-Break (TAB) is the place to gather, share delicious food, converse, plan, and create. For one special month, a group of students bring new culinary, social, and historical perspectives to the dining hall as part of the annual Anthropology of Food TAB Takeover.
  • February 14
    Elements of oral history, ocean policy, and Geographic Information Systems are all part of the mix for College of the Atlantic students as they investigate the ties between coastal fishing families and the ocean ecosystems they depend on.
  • February 6
    Life in the World’s Oceans, a new, 30-part video course by College of the Atlantic Steven K. Katona Chair in Marine Sciences Dr. Sean Todd, takes viewers underwater to explore deadly microorganisms, massive marine mammals, and everything in between.