Joules to Dollars Course Melds Economics and Chemistry
There’s always something new in the course catalogue, and this spring two Colby professors combined economics and chemistry to create a course that evaluates the economics of sustainable energy systems....
Biology Class? Snack Time? Or Both?
Biology 133, AKA Microbes in Society, allows students to explore the roles of microbes, including in culinary pursuits.
The Neurobiology Lab
Professor Andrea Tilden's neurobiology lab produces cutting-edge research with students' help.
Peacebuilding in Guatemala
Javier Monterroso Montenegro ’15 and a half dozen other students are working on the Migrant Peacebuilding and Reconciliation Project with the intent of providing employment opportunities and resources...
Research and Internship Grants Offer Off-Campus Opportunities
Not all learning at Colby takes place in the classroom. The Goldfarb Center is one campus organization that provides funding for students to pursue original research projects or internships.
Five Cool Reasons to Stray from Your Major
One big sell for liberal arts education is the ability to pursue interests beyond your major. From astronomy to philosophy, there are abundant opportunities for academic exploration at Colby.
Research Labs: Goggles and Lab Coat Not Required
At Colby, students have rooms for research and lab work across the disciplines.
The Magic of Jan Plan: Why Students Love It
Students share their most memorable Jan Plan experiences.
Some Enlightenment Comes in Series
Across disciplines and all around campus, some enlightening events are parts of series.
íHola! from Uruguay
Emily Boyce '16 spent fall semester in Montevideo, enjoying the beauty of Latin America.