Public Affairs

Hon. Morton A. BrodyBrody Award
The Morton A. Brody Distinguished Judicial Service Award was established to recognize a federal or state judge who demonstrates the qualities of integrity, compassion, humanity, and judicial excellence -- all qualities exhibited by the Honorable Morton Brody, a U.S. District Court judge in Maine who died in 2000. A long-time Waterville resident, Brody taught courses at Colby on the judicial system and was a friend of the college for many years. Additional information is available at the Brody Award website.
 
Bill and Linda CotterCotter Debate Series
The Goldfarb Center organizes the William R. and Linda K. Cotter Debate Series, bringing to campus experts who debate pressing contemporary issues such as the privatization of social security, anti-terrorism tactics, and immigration policy. Please click here for further information on the Cotter Debate Series.


 
Senator George Mitchell
Senator George J. Mitchell
Distinguished International Lecture Series
Brings a prominent foreign policy leader to campus each fall for a lecture and a dinner designed to foster interaction with students, faculty, and members of the greater Waterville community. For additional information on the Lecture Series, please click here.

 
Visiting Fellows Program
Visiting Fellows Program
The Visiting Fellows Program gives faculty members the possibility to invite a scholar, politician, activist or social entrepreneur to spend a week or more at Colby. The program is designed to provide faculty members the opportunity to start or complete a project with a colleague from another state or country, and to allow the fellow a chance to work with a colleague, access Colby's library resources, and experience life in a small liberal arts campus. Please click here for additional information about the Visiting Fellows Program, including details on how to nominate someone for fellowship.