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Anita CharlesEducation Lecturer/Director of Secondary Teacher EducationShe teaches EDUC 362 - Basic Concepts in Special Educationin Pettengill G50.
Bates in the News: May 10, 2019

Friday, May 10, 2019 9:15 am

A Bates education lecturer appears on ABC News with Diane Sawyer, and we hear from Matt Bazirgan ’00, player personnel director for the NFL's Houston Texans.

These 10 Bates students were nominated by their peers to share their stories of joy, discomfort, growth, and at least one octopus. Before their performance in the Olin Arts Center Concert Hall today, they posed on stage for a memento. Below, Martin Harrison '17 of Beachwood, Ohio, and Essence Hill '17 of Chicago.The Office of Intercultural Education sponsored this presentation, "Stories From the Dinner Table," and the storytelling sessions that built it. Storyteller Jo Radner served as a coach for the students. She said that all the student storytellers were dealing with difficult topics ("the hard stuff") in an "openhearted way." She said, "It's not the easiest to tell a story about a dilemma you haven't fixed yet."Student Storytellers are: Morgan Leeson '18 (red with blonde hair), oddball out themeChirayu Baral '19 (dark blue oxford shirt), too close for comfort themeEmily Bowen '19 (hair in braids) oddball out themeSarah Frankie Sigman '19 (headband), too close for comfort themeEllie Mata '17 (white sweater), too close for comfort themeEssence Hill '17 (scarf), oddball out themeMary Krathwohl '16 (blue plaid), too close for comfort themeMartin Harrison '17 (red plaid), oddball out themeKatharine Gaillard '19 (yellow skirt), oddball outTeddy Rube '16 (beard), Yikes! theme
Video: Chirayu Baral ’19 treasures ‘humility’ of the Bates faculty

Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:26 pm

Bates "does become a home," says Baral, who has come to treasure his connections to his professors.

From behind the Iron Curtain, the German Green Belt is a unique nature preserve

Thursday, April 25, 2019 9:07 am

Germany's Green Belt project celebrates resurgent nature along the former East-West border — but also leaves some people behind, says Bates’ Sonja Pieck.

With Fulbright award, politics professor James Richter to teach in Czech Republic

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 11:07 am

Richter will teach international relations and foreign policy, give public talks, and begin a research project on the politics of memory.

Exacting, empathetic, authentic: Kelley-Romano receives Kroepsch teaching award

Thursday, April 11, 2019 2:17 pm

She's known off campus for research on campaign rhetoric and alien abduction stories, but her students love her for keeping things real.

Meet 10 students, professors, and proud spectators at Mount David Summit 2019

Thursday, April 4, 2019 10:50 am

Learn about secret study spaces, inspiring thesis advisers, and what used to be where Pettengill Hall is today.

Does gossip matter? The evolution of libel, slander, and reputation in Great Britain

Thursday, March 14, 2019 11:17 am

A $60,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant will allow history professor Caroline Shaw to examine Britain's reputation-bound legal system.

Bates in the News: Feb. 15, 2019

Friday, February 15, 2019 9:42 am

The media turns to former U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance ’82 to explain the Mueller investigation, and an alumna tells her classmate's story to emphasize the need for inclusive design.

Hour by hour in Pettengill Hall — 4:12 a.m. to 8:39 p.m. — for a whirlwind day of Bates academics

Friday, February 8, 2019 10:02 am

For this day in the life of Bates academics, we roamed all around Pettengill Hall following professors, students, custodians, classes, and, yes, two pugs.

What I Mean When I Say: Katharine Ott and ‘Harmonic’

Wednesday, February 6, 2019 11:59 am

Harmonic functions help explain physical phenomena like heat conduction and fluid flow, says Associate Professor of Mathematics Katharine Ott.

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