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Take Our Psychology Survey for a Chance to Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card!

Take Our Psychology Survey for a Chance to Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card!

Are you a Colby student? Do you use social media? Take our 15-minute survey on social media habits! $2 will be added to your ColbyCard just for participating, and you will also be entered into a raffle for a $50 Amazon gift card! Here is the link: https://colby.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5iD9NUhGhDTwW1g Or scan the QR code below to  More

Posted April 9 at 7:46 pm
Contact Christa Ouellette
Category Student Projects
Posted By Christa Ouellette

Goldfarb April 13th – Procedural Justice in Policing: The Case of Stockton, California

Goldfarb April 13th – Procedural Justice in Policing: The Case of Stockton, California

Join us for a virtual lecture by Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology Neil Gross on criminal justice reform, focused on the potential and limitations of the procedural justice model. Procedural justice is the idea that police, prosecutors, courts, and other representatives of the state should do everything in their power to ensure that the  More

Posted April 9 at 12:28 pm
Contact Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs
Phone 207-859-5319
Posted By Sherry Berard

Are you passionate about social justice? Interested in winning up to $2,000 and strengthening your CV?

Are you passionate about social justice? Interested in winning up to $2,000 and strengthening your CV?

The Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs, as part of its annual Freedom of Expression Policy Symposium, invites policy proposals from Colby students on this year’s theme, the U.S. criminal justice system and racial inequalities. Proposals are due by Monday, April 12, should be two pages long, and may come from individuals or from teams of  More

Posted April 9 at 11:34 am
Contact Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs
Phone 207-859-5319
Posted By Sherry Berard

Share Your Mental Health Narratives

Share Your Mental Health Narratives

Have you considered telling your story of mental health? If so, SHOC is looking for submissions! The narratives can be about any experience regarding mental health, whether about oneself or friends/family. The stories are intended to spark dialogue and learning in the community about an aspect of mental health that has impacted you. The author  More

Posted April 9 at 9:55 am
Contact Student Health on Campus
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Carmen Esquivel

Short-Term Space Needed

“I am a young professional looking for a short-term or month-to-month or space beginning in June. Open to house sitting and would prefer an already furnished space. My current lease is expiring and I am looking for something shorter term. I am vaccinated, clean and respectful. Glad to provide references.” Please contact Greg Levinsky at  More

Posted April 9 at 9:09 am
Phone 207-347-1443
Category Miscellaneous
Posted By Karen Wickman

Announcing Newly Elected Members of Phi Beta Kappa

Announcing Newly Elected Members of Phi Beta Kappa

Phi Beta Kappa is excited to announce the election of the following students in the classes of 2021 and 2022 to membership in our Honor Society. Please join us in congratulating them on earning this distinction. Phi Beta Kappa New Members From the Class of 2021 Meredith H. Allen* / Economics / Dover, MA Audrey  More

Posted April 8 at 1:11 pm
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Category Campus Updates
Posted By Ankeney Weitz

ES Seminar Series: In the Lead Up To COP26 of the UNCCC in Glasgow

ES Seminar Series: In the Lead Up To COP26 of the UNCCC in Glasgow

Prof. Mizan R. Khan has a PhD in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Maryland School of Public Policy (UMCP), MD, USA. Currently Prof. Khan has two hats at International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD): Deputy Director and as Programme Director of Least Developed Countries University Consortium on Climate Change (LUCCC).  More

Posted April 7 at 1:51 pm
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Posted By Lindsey Cotter

ES Seminar: In The Lead Up To COP26 of the UNCCC in Glasgow

ES Seminar: In The Lead Up To COP26 of the UNCCC in Glasgow

Prof. Mizan R. Khan has a PhD in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Maryland School of Public Policy (UMCP), MD, USA. Currently Prof. Khan has two hats at International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD): Deputy Director and as Programme Director of Least Developed Countries University Consortium on Climate Change (LUCCC).  More

Posted April 7 at 1:48 pm
Contact Environmental Studies Program
Posted By Lindsey Cotter

Lunder Lot Parking disruption

Lunder Lot Parking disruption

A portion of the parking lot at the east end of Lunder Drive will be closed beginning on Friday, 4/9/21, for the ongoing construction of the new loop road and parking to the south. Please see sketch for specific location.

Posted April 7 at 11:44 am
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Phone 207-859-5041
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Kemp Anderson

French Language Learning Psychology Study–Enter To Win a Chance to Win a $25 Gift card from the Colby Bookstore!

This is a psychology study intended to better understand how we learn words in a foreign language. You will watch videos of a French native speaker pronouncing different words sometimes accompanied by gestures. Then you will complete a test to see how many words you remember. This study is intended for people who do not  More

Posted April 7 at 10:47 am
Contact Prof. Veronica Romero (vcromero@colby.edu)
Posted By Jose Villamil

Information Session: Read and Publish Deal with Cambridge University Press

Information Session: Read and Publish Deal with Cambridge University Press

Colby, Bates, and Bowdoin have signed a Read and Publish Deal with Cambridge University Press which covers the Article Processing Charge for authors from our institutions who wish to publish Open Access in select CUP journals. More information about the deal can be found here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/open-access-policies/read-and-publish-agreements/oa-agreement-cbb This virtual information session will provide an overview of  More

Posted April 7 at 9:04 am
Posted By Stephanie Frost

Old Athletics Complex Site Work

Blasting operations to remove rock to help complete the site renovation project at the old Athletics Complex site will begin on Friday April 9th and will be continue until approximately Monday April 19th. There will typically be two blasts per day, mid morning and mid afternoon. There will be warning horns prior to each blast,  More

Posted April 7 at 9:02 am
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Dale DeBlois

Karaoke Night – Colby Recreation

Karaoke Night – Colby Recreation

This Thursday, April 8th Colby Recreation are hosting a Karaoke Night in the HAARC Field House from 7:30pm. Sing by yourself, or with friends this Thursday. Follow us on Instagram @colbyrec, and like us on Facebook! No sign up required!

Posted April 6 at 7:15 pm
Contact Tiffany Lomax
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Adaobi Nebuwa

AR326: Slavery and Freedom in American Art (cross-listed with AA326 African American Studies) – coming this Fall 2021

AR326: Slavery and Freedom in American Art (cross-listed with AA326 African American Studies) – coming this Fall 2021

Wednesdays 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. This humanities lab engages with the work of historical and contemporary visual artists who have pictured the enslavement and/or freedom of people of African descent in the Atlantic world. Students consider images that Americans used as arguments for or against chattel slavery; representations of Black freedom and citizenship; and African  More

Posted April 6 at 7:09 pm
Contact Department of Art
Phone 207.859.5630
Posted By Deborah Thurston

Share Your Mental Health Narrative

Have you considered telling your story of mental health? If so, SHOC is looking for submissions! The narratives can be about any experience regarding mental health, whether about oneself or friends/family. The stories are intended to spark dialogue and learning in the community about an aspect of mental health that has impacted you. The author  More

Posted April 6 at 11:33 am
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Category Campus Updates
Posted By Carmen Esquivel

TONIGHT! Lovejoy Award Honoring Miami Herald Columnist Leonard Pitts Jr.

TONIGHT! Lovejoy Award Honoring Miami Herald Columnist Leonard Pitts Jr.

Tuesday, April 6, 7 p.m. EDT colby.edu/lovejoy and Lorimer Chapel (watch gathering) Members of the Colby community in the testing program are invited to join students from the Goldfarb Center Advisory Board for a gathering to view this year’s Lovejoy in Lorimer Chapel. Lovejoy shirts will be available. Seating will be limited in compliance with  More

Posted April 6 at 8:20 am
Contact Sherry Berard
Posted By Andrew Herrmann

Win $25 to the Colby Bookstore with this Psychology Survey

Win $25 gift card at the Colby Bookstore! Hey everyone! We are looking for Colby students to complete a quick survey that will take no longer than 15 minutes! Our research is investigating interests in new clubs and courses. Thank you in advance for completing our survey. CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY: https://colby.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eWEFmah6XzwQjJk If  More

Posted April 5 at 10:16 pm
Contact Terri Nwanma
Phone 2022908824
Posted By Terri Nwanma

Win $25 to the Colby Bookstore!

Hi! We would sooooo appreciate if anyone would be willing to take our study! It should only take ~10-15 minutes and you would be entered in a $25 raffle to the Colby Bookstore! https://colby.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cZstB9n6BEC8zJQ :))

Posted April 5 at 8:53 pm
Category Student Projects
Posted By Hailey Cerrato

Take 5 minute study and WIN $25

We are interested in learning about Colby students’ compliance to COVID-19 guidelines. Take our short anonymous survey and get a chance to win a $25 bookstore giftcard! Link: https://colby.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cO6jXCYW6xEIup0

Posted April 5 at 8:41 pm
Category Student Projects
Posted By Sarah Kim

Get a Chance to win a $25 gift card to the Bookstore!

We are asking for MALE Colby students to participate in a class project for PS215! We are interested in knowing how people perceive pain in others and you will be entered in a raffle to win $25 to the Colby Bookstore. This is an anonymous survey that will take approximately 15 minutes. Please use the  More

Posted April 5 at 8:19 pm
Category Student Projects
Posted By BerthNell Antoine