Colby College News
Giovanna Novi ’25 Wins Projects for Peace Grant
She’ll use the $10,000 prize to cultivate communication skills for use with senior adults
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Colby Becomes Steward of Two Historic Islands
The Island Campus will preserve the Wyeth legacy and expand academic programs.
A story about how famed Utah ski area Park City has chosen to ban ski wax containing toxic “forever chemicals,” or PFAS, referenced important research from Colby, led by Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Gail Carlson. KSL Broadcasting out of Salt Lake City said that Colby’s research found “that the chemical contamination was greatly reduced over two years from when a ski race happened without the ban on that type of ski wax and when it was in place for the same race.” A similar story also ran on MSN.Roll Call
Ice Cores as Archive of Earth’s ClimateInside Higher Ed
Building Trust and Community In Waterville
Colby Announces Halloran Lab for Entrepreneurship
The new lab, which will create a distinctive and leading entrepreneurship program among liberal arts colleges, is the result of a generous gift from Trustee Emeritus Todd Halloran ’84.