Meiklejohn Named Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid

Scott Meiklejohn has been named Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, effective immediately. The appointment of Meiklejohn, who has served as interim dean since July 2008, follows a comprehensive national search.

“He is the unanimous choice of our search committee to assume this vital position, and I couldn’t be more pleased with the result,” said President Barry Mills. “As interim dean — and with the assistance of a talented and dedicated staff — Scott has led an admissions and financial aid program at Bowdoin that has seen remarkable and sustained success over recent years,” Mills said.

From the Museum

Overtly a representation of the moment before the actual “fall,” when the couple eats the forbidden apple, The Fall of Man (Adam and Eve) is primarily a manifestation of Dürer’s ideals of the human body, a subject that preoccupied him throughout his career. In this bravura engraving, he combined his long study with a highly controlled and detailed engraving technique, from the subtle modulations of the human body to the attendant creatures and forest depths-even to the shadow of a slight branch cast on Adam’s leg by the sun.