Peace activist and prominent atomic bomb survivor Koko Tanimoto Kondo is the keynote speaker at College of the Atlantic’s 46th commencement.
Five seniors share their perspectives at College of the Atlantic’s 45th annual graduation ceremony. From international climate politics to writing, theater, and food systems, their degree paths reflect the multiplicity of passions that contribute to COA’s human-ecological ecosystem.
Three College of the Atlantic seniors share their unique experiences with human ecology at the annual Laurel Ceremony, a gifts and awards event taking place the day before commencement. Their self-designed COA majors have focused on creativity, social justice, literature, and more.
Educators, entrepreneurs, artists, and scientists are among 78 students from 27 states and 13 nations set to receive human ecology degrees at COA’s annual graduation ceremony. His Excellency Anote Tong, fourth president of the Republic of Kiribati (Kiri-bas), is the keynote speaker.
Prominent environmental advocate His Excellency Anote Tong, who led the Micronesian island nation from 2003 to 2016, is the keynote speaker at College of the Atlantic’s 45th graduation.