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Nafis Bhuiyan at his computer
Artificial Intelligence

Getting a Head Start on AI

The Davis Institute for Artificial Intelligence and Halloran Lab for Entrepreneurship host SureStart, a summer program that teaches real-world skills to students interested in AI

Miller Tower

Four Young Alumni Win Fulbright Awards

The winners head to Germany, Taiwan, Colombia, and Brazil, bringing career experience with them

Miller Library

This Moment of Leaving: Four Faculty Members Retire

As teachers, scholars, and mentors, they leave a lasting legacy on campus and beyond

Four people in a motorboat on Great Pond in the Belgrade Lakes are on a loon monitoring expedition.
Environment and Climate

Protecting the Call of the Wild 

Colby students spend the summer interning for the Belgrade Lakes Association’s Loon Preservation Project

Colby Museum

Colby Museum of Art Welcomes New Members to the Board of Governors

The new governors will advance the museum as a leading academic institution with a strong community focus

Natalie Michelle talks to group

Leading Scholars in the Field of Environmental Humanities Gather at Colby

In its fourth year, the Summer Institute in the Environmental Humanities creates a platform for discussing the pressing issues of the day

A female red-winged blackbird, a song sparrow, a female mallard duck with ducklings, a laughing gull, and a male red-winged blackbird were spotted earlier this summer on Allen Island.
Environment and Climate

Understanding the Mysteries of Bird Migration

With the installation of a new tracking system, Colby’s Island Campus is now part of an international research network that monitors birds, bats, and insects

Mary Kay Whitmore
Campus and Community

Remembering Mary Kay Whitmore, 1944-2023

‘Colby basketball had no greater friend than Mary Kay Whitmore,’ a champion in all walks of life

Professor of French Valérie Dionne

Amplifying Other Voices  

Valérie Dionne reflects on her years as the director of the Oak Institute for Human Rights

Jaslynn Devora '26, an environmental science major, examines an ant she collected on Round Top Mountain in the Kennebec Highlands.
Natural Sciences

The Mighty Ant

This summer, Colby students are helping biologist Chris Moore better understand ‘the most successful animals to have ever lived’