Goldfarb Center Newsletter – April 2012

In This Issue – Dan Shea Named Next Director of the Goldfarb Center – Washington Alums Hear About the Election – Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson Receives Morton A. Brody Distinguished Judicial Service Award – Nonprofit Leadership Institute to Address Social Media – Maine Philanthropy Awards to Honor Neil Rolde – April Events Dan Shea Named...

Goldfarb Center Newsletter – March 2012

In This Issue – Andrea Bruce and Harold Koh Highlight February Events – Colby Cares About Kids Celebrates Ten Years of Mentoring – Goldfarb Center in Washington: 2012 Election Panel Discussion – Brody Award Program Honoring Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson: Sunday, April 1 – Oak Institute Sponsors Immigrant Rights Month – March Events Andrea Bruce...

Goldfarb Center Newsletter – Spring 2012 Overview

Today kicks off the first full week of spring semester classes and things are once again abuzz on the Hill.  We have a great line-up of events in store for the coming months, including a special Goldfarb Center panel discussion in Washington, D.C., following the hugely successful Boston event featuring Peter Hart ’64 last fall. ...

Happy Holidays from the Goldfarb Center – Fall 2011 in Review

  In This Issue…. – Recap of Fall 2011 Public Affairs Events – Colby Volunteer Center Raises Over $15,000 for Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter – Grants Awarded to 13 Faculty Members and Students for Research, Internships, and Mealtime Seminars – CCAK Mentees Wish Bon Voyage to Their Junior Mentors – Save The Date: Spring 2012 Highlights...

Goldfar Center Newsletter – October 17, 2011

In This Issue… –  Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson Receives Lovejoy Award –  Beyond Diet and Exercise: Conference Examines Links Between Chemicals and Obesity –  Colby Volunteer Center Sponsors Johnson Day –  Colby Cares About Kids Celebrates 10 Years of Mentoring –  Upcoming Events –  In The Community Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson Receives Lovejoy Award   NPR’s Soraya...

Goldfarb Center Newsletter – October 3, 2011

Chemicals, Obesity and Diabetes: How Science Leads Us To Action Friday, October 14, 2011 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Diamond Building, Colby College The Goldfarb Center and the Environmental Health Strategy Center are co-sponsoring a cutting edge one-day conference to present the links between human exposure to environmental chemicals and the development of obesity and...

Goldfarb Center Newsletter – September 19, 2011

Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson to Receive the 2011 Elijah Parish Lovejoy Award The woman who opened NPR’s Kabul bureau in Afghanistan five years ago, who covered the Arab Spring from Cairo, and who recently reported from Benghazi, in eastern Libya, as rebel forces surged into Tripoli and toppled Muammar Qaddafi, will receive Colby College’s 2011 Lovejoy...

Goldfarb Center Newsletter – Back To School Edition

Welcome Back To The Hill The Goldfarb Center is pleased to welcome students back to Mayflower Hill this week!  The fall semester will include a robust public affairs program, including the Lovejoy Convocation and a William R. and Linda K. Cotter Debate on foreign aid and the environment, as well as panel discussions and lectures...

Goldfarb Center Newsletter – March 2011

Lovejoy Visiting Journalists The Goldfarb Center is pleased to host three Elijah Parish Lovejoy journalists in residence during the spring semester.  Maureen Orth from Vanity Fair was with us this week speaking about the power of fame and the challenge confronting celebrities, heads of state, and other famous figures in the search for truth.  Scott...

Colby College Goldfarb Center Newsletter – November 2010

The Art of Radio Documentary featuring Joe Richman Thursday, Dec. 2, 7 p.m. Ostrove Auditorium, Diamond Building Joe Richman is an award-winning independent producer and reporter for National Public Radio’s All Things Considered and the founder of Radio Diaries. For 15 years Radio Diaries has helped people document their own lives. Past productions include some of...