still 5 The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes (starring Michole Briana White)

College of the Atlantic film professor Nancy Andrews to unveil animated musical sci-fi BAR HARBOR, MAINE — Maine-based indie movie, “The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes” will have its world premiere in the prestigious International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) 2015 edition as part of the festival’s Signals program. The feature length film, written and directed […]

Dr. Doreen Stabinsky

Takes role in climate change leadership at Uppsala University BAR HARBOR, MAINE — Professor of Global Environmental Politics Dr. Doreen Stabinsky has been named the first-ever holder of the Zennström Visiting Professorship in Climate Change Leadership at Uppsala University in Uppsala, Sweden. “This area of knowledge is extremely important. The challenges of climate change call […]

BAR HARBOR, MAINE — What are the butterfly effect and strange attractors? What are the key lessons of “chaos theory?” Can complex patterns emerge from simple systems? Why is the weather so hard to predict? Questions like these will be addressed in “Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos,” an online interdisciplinary mathematics course College of […]

Islesford artist Ashley Bryan goes through reams of appreciative letters generated by his exhibit, "A Visit With Ashley Bryan," currently on display at the Ethel H. Blum Gallery at College of the Atlantic.

Culture and arts; Islesford artist continues to augment his heartfelt artwork with personal touch BAR HARBOR, MAINE — “A Visit with Ashley Bryan” — on display at the College of the Atlantic’s Ethel H. Blum Gallery through February — is getting rave reviews from fans and visitors. Ashley Bryan Center CEO Henry Isaacs wrote to […]

Samsø Energy Academy at daybreak during an expeditionary field course attended by College of the Atlantic students in late September and early October.

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, the latest item can be found here. It is the second time in less than three months an innovative course developed in part at […]

From left to right, Nate Ingebritson, Grady Wellman-Webster, Archer Hill, Eva Bonsey, and Kiley Higgins learn about the nutrition of apples.

BAR HARBOR, MAINE — College of the Atlantic students have been coordinating a Farm to School program at Conners-Emerson School in Bar Harbor for the past two years to introduce elementary students to the importance of sustainable food systems through experiential learning. Working once a week with sixth-grade teacher Steve Gabel-Richards, close to 50 middle […]

Solar-powered, community-owned solar charging stations on Samsø Island, Denmark, are one example of an owenership model that could lead to energy solutions for Maine islands.

This is the latest in a series of blog posts from College of the Atlantic students studying ways to develop and implement renewable energy solutions for the Maine coast in a unique multidisciplinary, multigenerational field-based course developed by COA faculty and the Island Institute under the auspices of the Fund for Maine Islands. By Surya […]