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Thursday

September 4, 2014
8:00 am

Video: Lewiston children’s poetry inspires thesis music by Catherine Strauch ’14

For her senior thesis, Strauch collaborated with Lewiston students to produce music inspired by their original poetry.

Video: Lewiston children’s poetry inspires thesis music by Catherine Strauch ’14

Tuesday

July 29, 2014
10:00 am

Summer Student Work in L-A: Callahan ’15 advances Project Story Boost

Brenna Callahan ’15 inspires a love of reading in young students with Project Story Boost.

Summer Student Work in L-A: Callahan ’15 advances Project Story Boost

Wednesday

May 21, 2014
10:05 am

2014 Fulbright recipients: Ashley Lepre

Ashley Lepre ’13 is one of Bates’ 10 2014 Fulbright recipients.

Thursday

May 23, 2013
9:48 am

Sun Journal offers Q-and-A with Harward Center’s Darby Ray

Ray is asked, “If you were a student, what project through the Harward Center makes you think, ‘I’d be all over that’”?

Sun Journal offers Q-and-A with Harward Center’s Darby Ray

Monday

January 14, 2013
1:14 pm

Audio Slide Show: ‘Blessed and Dancing’ — Victoria Lowe’s goal of arts and education

Victoria Lowe ’12 discusses her Short Term dance experience and her goal of advancing arts education in the schools.

Audio Slide Show: ‘Blessed and Dancing’ — Victoria Lowe’s goal of arts and education

Wednesday

August 31, 2011
10:40 am

Mara Tieken, assistant professor of education

Tieken researches how rural public schools shape their communities and, in particular, those schools’ influence on racial dynamics. A former public schoolteacher in rural Tennessee, Tieken says she is “continually stunned by how overlooked rural schools are in educational policymaking.”

Wednesday

August 31, 2011
10:19 am

Bates appoints tenure-track faculty in politics, English, education

Bates’ commitment to social justice, its stated values of diversity and equity, and its innovative teaching were all factors that drew three scholars to join the faculty for the 2011-12 academic year. These potentially tenured faculty members have added to our knowledge about political antagonism toward federal courts, the role of the body in Arab American and African American literature, and the cultural and community functions of rural schools.

Thursday

November 18, 2010
2:32 pm

John J. Margarones '48, professor emeritus of education, dies at 87

Professor Emeritus of Education John J. Margarones ’48, who helped to transform teacher education at Bates from a classroom-based endeavor…