Join us for a panel discussion about Maine visual culture in the mid-century era. The audience will view the incredibly rich visual creations produced in, by, and for the state during the mid-century era, and ask them to consider how the state was represented in the images.
Connect with the Colby community to discuss a new movie each month and discuss important topics, as all selections will be connected to social justice, history, and social issues. Joining the club is completely free, and all movie selections will be available to stream.
Starting July 1, the whole Colby community can connect to discuss a new movie each month and discuss important topics, as all selections will be connected to social justice, history, and social issues. Joining the club is completely free, and all movie selections will be available to stream.
In this event moderated by Dean of the College Karlene Burrell-McRae ’94, Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Tayo Clyburn will highlight the campus-wide initiatives supporting the College’s DEI efforts and explore the ways in which the Colby community can come together to support this work.
Join Christel Kesler, associate professor of sociology at Colby, in conversation with Emma Pierson, senior researcher at Microsoft Research, as they discuss Pierson’s groundbreaking work using data science to uncover and combat racial and gender disparities in policing and healthcare.
Join Kevin Rice, associate professor of chemistry at Colby, in a conversation with Dr. Laura Kleiman, founder and CEO of Reboot Rx, as they explore the intersection between AI and cancer research and Colby's emergent role in this important work.
Colby’s Vice President of Planning Brian Clark will explore how the College is building a more connected central Maine, fostering an environment in which Colby students are civically engaged, expanding community partnerships, attracting jobs and visitors, fueling an arts ecosystem, and so much more.