The Visual Arts Open House, held earlier in December in the Edwards Center for Art and Dance, was filled with the sculptures, paintings, sketches, books and videos created by art students this fall.
Bowdoin’s new collaboration with Dartmouth’s Tuck Business School is featured as one of “7 ways higher ed institutions are increasingly joining forces” on EducationDive.
First-year students are about to home for the holidays with their first college semester under their belts. What have they been learning, exactly? We took a look back at four of this fall’s first-year seminars: Weapons of the Weak, Film Noir, How to Read a Million Books, and Personal Genomes.
Three longtime Bowdoin professors taught their last classes this week: Nancy Jennings (Education), Barbara Held (Psychology), and Paul Schaffner (Psychology).
Beginner, intermediate and advanced dancers performed in the annual December Dance Concert last weekend.
In a tongue-in-cheek New York Times book review, Professor of English Brock Clarke was remonstrated for the deft originality of his novel.
The Bowdoin College faculty is honoring outgoing President Barry Mills and Karen Mills, and their priorities for the College, with a gift that will help students gain access to the opportunities that a Bowdoin education provides.
Oscar-winning photographer Nick Caloyianis came to the Bowdoin Marine Lab to give students hands-on training in underwater filming.
This time, photography professor Michael Kolster’s Guggenheim Fellowship project “Take Me to the River” has taken him (and his portable dark room) to Los Angeles.
Linda Kinstler ’13, a managing editor at The New Republic, has received a prestigious Marshall Scholarship to study at the graduate level in the United Kingdom.
Visiting Writer In Residence Russ Rymer describes the Ying Quartet’s visit to his class, Creative Nonfiction Through Photography.
In the mid-20th century, London’s Warburg Institute was educating the public about the roots of Western civilization. But how?
Michael Franz, an associate professor of government and legal studies, recently sat down with Busra Eriz ’17 to answer her questions about his research on political ads and their influence on elections.
In 2004, the Hubble Space Telescope captured an image of swirling eddies that reminded people of Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night.” A nice observation – but it didn’t stop there.
This semester for the first time, Bowdoin’s popular environmental studies introductory class included a unit on food and agriculture.
Students, faculty, and staff have launched a virtual exhibition of the BCMA’s seminal 1964 show ”The Portrayal of the Negro in American Painting.”
Professors Sarah Mak and Leah Zuo recently sat down with Bowdoin’s Director of News Doug Cook in Bowdoin’s studio to offer some political and historical context for the current unrest in Hong Kong.
Bowdoin’s highest-ranking scholars were recognized at the College’s 2014 Sarah and James Bowdoin Day exercises on Friday, October 31, 2014.
This week’s faculty seminar series featured John Fitzgerald, Bowdoin’s William D. Shipman Professor of Economics, who gave a presentation titled “Does Public Assistance Improve Long-Run Outcomes for Children? Avoiding Spurious Correlations.”
As keynote speaker for the 2014 President’s Science Symposium, biologist Sarah Elgin offered an inspiring example for the 100-plus Bowdoin research students in the audience, who then presented the fruits of their own research labors through speeches and a poster session.