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Month: August 2018

Sky Lodge ribbon cutting Moose River Valley

August 30, 2018

Sky Lodge ribbon cutting expands Made in Maine education for Unity College

Hundreds of students to visit Moose River Valley on Friday, Sept. 7, to get their first look at Unity College: Sky Lodge

August 27, 2018

State of the College

State of the College – August 2018

August 27, 2018

Strategic Plan Update

Strategic Plan 2025 – Update

August 27, 2018

Crisis / Risk Management

Crisis / Risk Management

August 27, 2018

First Two Years : An Update

First Two Years: An Update

Man in hard hat by logs

August 27, 2018

Born Leader? Love Science? Landscape Ecology Is Looking for You

Landscape ecology is an innovative and rewarding field that offers a variety of opportunities for those who pursue it. Landscape ecology studies the composition, structure, and function of landscapes. It examines landscape patterns, the interaction of elements within those patterns, and how they both change over time. The field is an important part of conservation… Read more »

Susan Metzger exhibit 'Up River' at the Unity College Center for the Arts

August 21, 2018

‘Up River’ by Susan Metzger to open at UCCA

Show runs Aug. 30-Oct. 20

Laptop displaying "Online Education" with graduation cap and diploma

August 20, 2018

5 Education Trends of 2018: Online Graduate Programs in High Demand

Online graduate programs are more popular than ever. In 2018, the majority of graduate students enrolled in programs that were fully online and with good reason. Online programs deliver outstanding education in a way that’s convenient for busy students. More than three-quarters of graduate students are 25 years old or older, and most have family… Read more »

Paul Guernsey, author of American Ghost, recently honored with Maine Literary Award

August 16, 2018

Unity College instructor’s novel earns Maine Literary Award

‘American Ghost’ is as much about writers as it is about ghosts

August 13, 2018

Summer Board of Trustees Meeting Update

From: Melik Khoury Sent: Monday, August 13, 2018 12:10 PM To: Employee-News Subject: Summer Board of Trustees Meeting Update: Unity College Colleagues, As is my custom, I’m writing today to share some notes and highlights from the recently concluded board of trustees meetings that took place last week at Unity College: Sky Lodge. As many… Read more »

group of students hiking through ferns and trees

August 13, 2018

Environmental Studies vs. Environmental Science: What is the Difference?

Students entering into environmental fields of study are united by a shared passion. They are deeply concerned about the fate of our planet, its natural resources, and its inhabitants. But even more importantly, they share the drive to do meaningful work that impacts the future of our planet in powerful ways. This often means getting… Read more »

Woman telling secret

August 06, 2018

10 Best Kept Secrets About Unity College

Unity College has become a leader in environmental education since its establishment more than 50 years ago. For those who aren’t familiar with Unity, here are the 10 best kept secrets of the college. Sustainability Unity College is the first in the nation to center its curriculum on sustainable science. All 17 environmentally focused majors… Read more »

Potential career paths for those who pursue a sustainability degree

August 03, 2018

What Can You Do With a Sustainability Degree?

“Sustainability” is one of the most popular buzzwords out there right now. From clothes, coffee, and construction to food, forestry and farming, sustainability plays a huge role in the products and services that are most prevalent in our lives. But what about a sustainability degree?

Sustainability student watering plants in hydroponic garden at Unity College

Sustainable agriculture by Unity College students

August 03, 2018

Is an MBA in Sustainability worth it?

If you have an interest in sustainability, environmental issues, or climate change, and have asked yourself “Is an MBA in sustainability worth it?”, consider this: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), including more than 1,300 scientists from the U.S. and other countries, forecasts a temperature rise of 2.5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century.

Sustainable agriculture by Unity College students

Impossible Burger Unity College Taste of Waterville

August 02, 2018

A plant-forward burger that tastes like meat? Impossible!

Unity College challenges Taste of Waterville festival-goers to see if they can tell the difference