23 National Fellows Plan for Adventures Overseas

Nineteen Bowdoin students — seventeen seniors and two recent graduates — have received Fulbright fellowships to pursue research or teach English in nations around the world. Three students have received language scholarships to learn understudied languages — Hindi, Persian, and Chinese —which are all deemed critical by the US government. And one student has received a Watson fellowship to study healthcare for one year in several different countries. You can read about their plans in Bowdoin News.

Art—Some of it Talking—Fills Edwards Center

At this year’s Spring 2017 Visual Arts Open House, in Edwards Center for Art and Dance, digital creations — like soundscapes and videos — joined the mix of sculptures, drawings, paintings, photographs, and prints on display throughout the building. The show presents the culmination of work produced in all of this semester’s arts courses. See a slideshow from the event.

Slideshow: Rose Presents the President’s Award and Other Prizes for Senior Excellence

Recipients of the President’s Award and other prizes with President Clayton Rose May 6, 2017.

A special luncheon was held recently to honor seniors receiving the President’s Award, and other awards and prizes recognizing exceptional accomplishments outside the classroom. Read more about it and view a slideshow of images from the event in Bowdoin News.

Slideshow: Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon 2017

Tim Long ’17, President Clayton Rose, and Alison Rundlett ’03 at the Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon, May 11, 2017, in Thorne Hall.

Bowdoin’s annual Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon was held Thursday, May 11, 2017, bringing together hundreds of students with the donors—alumni, parents, and friends of the College—who have provided the financial support that makes a Bowdoin education possible for them.

Calling it one of the great events of the year, President Clayton Rose welcomed students, alumni, families, and friends, and thanked them for their support of Bowdoin’s scholarship aid program.

“It is your generosity, like the generosity of those that have come before, that has allowed generations of students, like those extraordinary students who are with us this afternoon, to thrive at Bowdoin,” said President Rose. Read more about the Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon, watch a video of the remarks, and view a slideshow of images from the event in Bowdoin News.