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Articles 11-20 of 34
Students Help With Model After-School Program | November 7, 2012
Colby biology students working in a Skowhegan Middle School after-school program are helping with the only project in Maine chosen as a model by the 21st Century grant program.
New Mellon Fellowship Brings Top Environmental Scientists to Colby | October 4, 2012
A new fellowship will bring distinguished environmental scholars, activists, writers, and leaders to campus annually as participants in the Environmental Studies Program.
MPBN Television Features Colby Researchers | September 21, 2012
MPBN's TV series Sustainable Maine features Colby professors and students in a new episode, "Saving Our Lakes," debuting Thursday, Sept. 27, at 8:30 p.m.
The Economic Impact of Lakes | September 5, 2012
Keeping Maine lakes healthy is the goal of a multidisciplinary initiative by Colby professors and students, and their efforts are being noticed by Maine media.
Protecting Lakes by Teaching Kids | June 5, 2012
A two-week program by Colby and the Maine Lakes Resource Center takes middle school students out on the water to learn about watershed science, runoff, and protecting lake water quality.
Colby is National Champ in Environmental Leader Tournament | April 6, 2012
The world's leading provider of environmental ERP software has named Colby its first-ever environmental studies national champion, over the likes of Duke, Purdue University, UNC Asheville, and others.
Yiyuan Qin '12 Wins Watson Fellowship | March 15, 2012
Selected as a Thomas J. Watson Fellow, Yiyuan Jasmine Qin '12 was awarded $25,000 to spend next year traveling to four continents to study river communities.
Biomass Plant Goes Online | January 17, 2012
Colby’s new biomass plant goes into normal operations this week. The plant—a key part of the College’s plan to be carbon neutral by 2015—burns forestry byproducts that would otherwise have been left on the forest floor.
Research To Be Presented in Ethiopia, in Amharic | December 8, 2011
Senior environmental policy majors researched issues in Ethiopia this fall and, with help from Professor Travis Reynolds and Abebu Kassie '14, who is from Ethiopia, their findings will be presented in Ethiopia in the local language.
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