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Tuesday

June 25, 2013
5:00 pm

‘Opportunity not importunity’: a story of who really founded the Bates Fund

While acts of philanthropy got most private colleges going, the tradition of the alumni fund is a relative newcomer.

‘Opportunity not importunity’: a story of who really founded the Bates Fund

Monday

June 10, 2013
9:57 am

Adams ’92 receives Stangle Award for Distinguished Service

Established in 2012, the Stangle Award recognizes leaders who help Bates people become better professionals in their careers and volunteer work.

Adams ’92 receives Stangle Award for Distinguished Service

Monday

June 10, 2013
9:43 am

Sleeper ’08 receives Distinguished Young Alumni Award

The Distinguished Young Alumni Award is presented to a recent graduate for exceptional volunteer service to Bates and distinction in his or her career.

Sleeper ’08 receives Distinguished Young Alumni Award

Wednesday

May 22, 2013
3:32 pm

Scientific American quotes Adler ’00 research on negative emotions and well-being

Under the headline “Negative Emotions are Key to Well-Being,” Scientific American writer Tori Rodriguez cites research by Jonathan Adler ’00…

Scientific American quotes Adler ’00 research on negative emotions and well-being

Thursday

May 9, 2013
6:00 pm

Trustee Chair Emeritus E. Robert Kinney ’39, corporate and civic leader with ‘good, gutsy Maine business sense,’ dies at 96

Kinney was a model corporate leader, a former CEO of General Mills who “always ready with a helping hand.”

Trustee Chair Emeritus E. Robert Kinney ’39, corporate and civic leader with ‘good, gutsy Maine business sense,’ dies at 96

Monday

February 25, 2013
9:32 am

Gallagher ’11 makes a splash in D.C. schools, garners hometown attention

Drew Gallagher ’11 believes all his students “have the ability to rise.”

Gallagher ’11 makes a splash in D.C. schools, garners hometown attention

Tuesday

January 22, 2013
5:00 pm

King would be ‘appalled’ at today’s rhetoric around poverty, Butler says in keynote

Getting 46 million Americans out of poverty will require wholesale changes in how we talk about, think about and take action around poverty, said keynote speaker Anthea Butler.

King would be ‘appalled’ at today’s rhetoric around poverty, Butler says in keynote