Doug Hubley

Doug writes and edits text for various Bates publications. He also edits listings of public events taking place at the college and handles certain media-relations duties, including publicity for arts events.

Stories by Doug Hubley
"Startrails," a 2011 inkjet print by Yuichi Takasaka, appears in the Bates-curated exhibition "Starstruck."
Sunday Telegram continues glowing reception for ‘Starstruck’

Thursday, December 6, 2012 9:01 am

With a couple of weeks still left for the Museum of Art exhibition "Starstruck," Maine Sunday Telegram art critic Daniel Kany urged readers not to miss it.

St. Mary's radiology manager Donna Knightly shot this X-ray of a few items worn or carried by the Bates students. Photograph by Michael Bradley/Bates College.
Hospital reveals inside story as physics students explore medical imaging

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 2:22 pm

In November, Bates physics students toured X-ray, ultrasound and MRI facilities at a local hospital as part of a course on biomedical imaging.

Miura seeks brass players for New York premiere

Friday, November 30, 2012 9:22 pm

Hiroya Miura, director of the college orchestra and a widely known composer, is presenting the world premiere of a piece, on Dec. 21 in Harlem.

Professor of Psychology Kathy Low leads a discussion in her first-year seminar "Corporal Culture: Body and Health in America." The course addresses a variety of topics related to body and health, from body image to body dysmorphia.
Psychology department receives national award for dedication to service

Wednesday, October 31, 2012 4:29 pm

Bates is one of two higher-education institutions nationwide to be honored by the American Psychological Association for a distinctive culture of service to the field of psychology.

Clayton Spencer holds the symbols of office during her installation ceremony as the eighth president of Bates College. The symbols are the keys, the presidential collar and the record book.
‘The embodiment of Bates values,’ Spencer is installed as president

Friday, October 26, 2012 4:00 pm

Bates formally installed Ava Clayton Spencer, described by her former boss as the "embodiment of Bates values," as its eighth president before a gathering of 2,500 on Friday afternoon.

William Carlezon '86, professor of psychiatry at Harvard University, speaks during the "Engaged Liberal Arts" panel discussion at Olin Arts Center Concert Hall on Oct. 26. At left is Bates English department chair Lillian Nayder. Photograph by Michael Bradley/Bates College.
Inauguration panels explore chicken-and-egg cycle of ideas in the world

Friday, October 26, 2012 12:00 pm

There's competition, said Michael Bonney, CEO of a company engaged in the high-pressure field of pharmaceuticals. And then there's competition.

The Rev. Jonathan Walton
Peter Gomes ‘cherished’ the Chapel that now carries his name

Friday, October 26, 2012 9:30 am

The Chapel became the Peter J. Gomes Chapel on Oct. 25 as hundreds gathered to remember the late preacher and teacher in words and song.

"Night Sky Over Banff, Alberta," is a photograph by Sharon Harper in the Bates College Museum of Art exhibition "Starstruck." Harper speaks about her work on Oct. 27.
Bates Events Schedule: Oct. 25-Nov. 30

Wednesday, October 24, 2012 2:55 pm

Hello from Bates! Here’s a listing of public events at the college from Oct. 25 through Nov. 30, 2012.

Reading in a Language Arts Live presentation in October 2012, novelist Sarah Braunstein lives in Portland, Maine.
Maine authors to read in October, November Language Arts Live events

Monday, October 22, 2012 1:21 pm

The Language Arts Live series presents Sarah Braunstein, author of the acclaimed novel "The Sweet Relief of Missing Children," and Richard Blanco, prizewinning poet.

Jakub Kazecki, assistant professor of German. Photograph by Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College.
Bates announces new tenure-track faculty teaching in autumn 2012

Wednesday, October 17, 2012 8:29 am

Six new tenure-track members of the faculty began teaching at Bates in autumn 2012, representing dance, economics, German, neuroscience and psychology, religious studies, and classical and medieval studies.

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