BAR HARBOR, MAINE — College of the Atlantic has again been featured in a New York Times environmental blog. Authored by New York Times science and environmental writer Andrew C. Revkin, it is the second time in less than three months an innovative course developed in… Read More
    BAR HARBOR, MAINE — Cows are back at Peggy Rockefeller Farms. For College of the Atlantic, the four new Belted Galloways recently unloaded at its Peggy Rockefeller Farms will improve pasture land, enhance the college’s “foodprint” and provide educational opportunities in sustainable agriculture for COA students… Read More
    BAR HARBOR, MAINE — College of the Atlantic students attending the climate change talks in Lima, Peru, say they are being shut out of key forums. Aneesa Khan, a second-year United World College Scholar from Muscat, Oman, said the youth delegation is given two minutes to… Read More
    International reach; trip to major global conferences teach field-based problem solving BAR HARBOR, MAINE — College of the Atlantic students, alumni and Professor of Global Environmental Politics Dr. Doreen Stabinsky are once again making their presence felt in international United Nations climate change talks. Read More
    Theater of the mind; drama examines the “technology inside us” BAR HARBOR, MAINE — A production opening next weekend explores the effects of technology on communication. At the same time, students in Professor Jodi Baker’s Play Production Workshop class are learning about collaborative process and common… Read More
    Islesford artist’s landmark exhibit on display at Ethel H. Blum Gallery through February BAR HARBOR, MAINE — “A Visit with Ashley Bryan,” a landmark exhibit featuring one of Maine’s most beloved artists, opened in October and is on display through February at College of the Atlantic’s… Read More
    Karki’s work led to Nepal’s first-ever completely free school, fellowship in Nepal government BAR HARBOR, MAINE — Community-supported education and sustainable development in Nepal will be the focus of the next Human Ecology Forum at College of the Atlantic. Professor in Educational and Human… Read More
    Key College of the Atlantic faculty member helped grow international group BAR HARBOR, MAINE — One of the longest serving College of the Atlantic faculty and a founding member of the Society for Human Ecology, Richard J. Borden, was named the 2014 Face of a Human… Read More
    Peter Anyang Nyong’o offers his deep experience democratizing Africa at Human Ecology Forum BAR HARBOR, MAINE — The “Nelson Mandela of Kenya” will offer his perspective on the struggle for democracy in Africa at the next Human Ecology Forum at College of the Atlantic. Read More
    Miles Chapin ‘10 called a ‘luminary in the world of New England sculpture’ BRUNSWICK, MAINE — Miles Chapin, a 2010 College of the Atlantic graduate, will preview his sculpture planned for the Brunswick’s transportation center entrance at a public reception, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. Read More
    ‘Impact entrepreneur’ Friedlander to outline ‘The Abundance Cycle’ in business Nov. 9 BRUNSWICK, MAINE — College of the Atlantic professor Jay Friedlander will give a speech on The Abundance Cycle and sustainability trends in business at an exclusive TEDxDirigo talk. “TEDxDirigo: Mavericks and Misfits”… Read More
    Undergraduates to speak about educational placements with community institutions BAR HARBOR, MAINE — Students learn. Businesses benefit. That’s one of the lessons of College of the Atlantic’s in-depth internship program, highlights of which will be related during an upcoming Human Ecology Forum on… Read More
    Beloved Islesford artist brings landmark exhibit to Ethel H. Blum Gallery through February BAR HARBOR, MAINE — “A Visit with Ashley Bryan,” a landmark show featuring one of Maine’s most beloved artists, will be on exhibit at the College of the Atlantic’s Ethel H. Blum Gallery… Read More