Associate Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Lisa Arellano reveals the dissonance of the paradox behind the contradiction.
“Gott und die Welt” or “God and the world.” That neatly sums up the range of subjects Associate Professor of German Arne Koch can expect to talk about when students drop in on one of the department kaffeeklatsches.
Professor of Geology Robert Gastaldo and students unearth evidence in South Africa that contradicts prevailing models about ancient die-offs.
As a scholar, I see teaching as a way to share the thrill of finding answers to research questions.
The Colby Liberal Arts Symposium (CLAS) is a celebration of student scholarship. For one day each year, the Colby community comes together to recognize and celebrate students’ many forms of scholarly engagement.
The Colby Undergraduate Summer Research Retreat (CUSRR) is a two-day symposium and retreat in The Forks, Maine, featuring student talks and poster presentations on a wide variety of topics.
The Colby Achievement Program in the Sciences (CAPS) is for incoming Colby students from groups that traditionally have been underrepresented in the sciences.
The Presidential Scholars Program offers the top students in each incoming class opportunities to conduct research alongside world-class professors as soon as they arrive on campus along with access to a pool of grants to design their own projects.
Through Colby’s annual humanities themes, innovative courses promote experiential learning by incorporating hands-on observation, experimentation, and skill-building perspectives more commonly associated with the natural sciences. Courses across the humanistic disciplines turn the Colby Museum of Art, Special Collections in Miller Library, and locations across Maine into laboratories.
The Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement brings Colby students, faculty, and staff together to make connections between work in the classroom and contemporary political, economic, social and environmental issues. Founded in 2003 with a generous gift from Colby Trustee William Goldfarb ’68, P ’00, the center aims to link the Colby community with local, state, national, and international leaders to explore creative, interdisciplinary approaches to complex challenges.
The Oak Institute for the Study of International Human Rights was established in 1998 by a generous grant from the Oak Foundation. Each year, it hosts an Oak Human Rights Fellow to teach and conduct research while residing at the College. The Institute organizes lectures and other events centered around the fellow’s area of expertise.
Combine the study of computer science with any field across the curriculum and gain tailored expertise in the way cutting-edge technologies can affect and shape our knowledge of the world.