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  CampusChamps.com - Bates College Athletics
Bates College senior defensive back Adam Shepard will be one of two college players recognized as scholar-athletes at a banquet put on by the Maine chapter of the National Football Foundation and the College Football Hall of Fame.
Bates first-year thrower Kelly Godsey placed third in the hammer throw with a hurl of 178-3, breaking her own mark by more than five feet at the second day of the 2003 NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Bates senior distance runner Kelley Puglisi finished 10th in the trials of the 1500-meter run in a new school record time of 4:35.77, at the 2003 NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
www.campuschamps.com /college_spotlight/bates_college.shtml   (496 words)

  
 Second Nature | History
Bates Dining Services is an example of how college staff, students and members of the greater community can work together to create a program that is beneficial to all.
Bates Dining looked at possible changes that would reduce wastes coming from the college, reduce costs, and benefit the health of local farmers and businesses, as well as the health of the student body.
Bates Dining seeks to reduce the amount of waste going to the city landfill, and reduce the costs associated with this food waste, by composting preconsumer food scraps and unbleached, recycled paper napkins at a local farm.
www.secondnature.org /efs/profiles/profile_bates.htm   (1535 words)

  
 Bates College Students Endorse ABOR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The vote put Bates in a group of eight colleges and universities across the country with resolutions based on conservative-activist David Horowitz' model for an academic bill of rights.
While the Bates measure is not binding, its supporters say it will send a message and protect students with conservative viewpoints from being graded lower than their liberal classmates.
James Richter, chairman of the Bates political science department, acknowledged that there is a perception among conservative students that their views are not as valued as liberal viewpoints, but it is unfounded.
www.frontpagemag.com /articles/Printable.asp?ID=18397   (955 words)

  
 Person of the Week: Katharine Lee Bates
Bates was a lecturer at Colorado College, in Colorado Springs, CO, in the summer of 1893.
Bates shared many years with her companion, Coman, who was a professor, department chair and dean at Wellesley College.
Bates was an active member of numerous and wide ranging humanitarian, academic, and political organizations, including the American Association for Labor Legislation, the Antivivisection Society, the League of Nations and the American Poetry Society, to name but a few.
www.wellesley.edu /Anniversary/bates.html   (578 words)

  
 Clean Air - Cool Planet | Partners: Bates College
Bates College is located in Lewiston, Maine, 35 miles north of Portland.
A student environmental coalition and environmental theme housing are among many examples of the College’s active dedication to the environment.
Based on the results of the Bates greenhouse gas emissions inventory, a comprehensive plan for energy efficiency in various sectors is in the works.
www.cleanair-coolplanet.org /partners/bates.php   (418 words)

  
 Little Ivies: Bates College Thesis 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Bates was founded in 1855 by people who believed strongly in freedom, civil rights, and the importance of a higher education for all who could benefit from it.
Shortly after Bates College was founded, students at nearby colleges allegedly declared that it was a so-called "school for niggers and women."[1]This insulting and contemptuous claim was of course meant to deride the young College, yet Bates' legendary egalitarianism later served as a source of pride and strength for the College community.
Bates College was founded in 1855 and followed the path of western colleges such as Oberlin (Ohio) and Hillsdale (Michigan) in regard to co-education.
www.littleivies.com /2006/02/bates-college-thesis-2005.html   (13906 words)

  
 Critical Mass - Bates College update
The president of Bates has expressed a willingness to sit down with Oliver Wolf, the Bates student and College Republicans officer who received Hubley's email, to address any concerns he may have about anti-conservative bias at the school.
The Bates College Student Government along with various deans came up with funds totaling over $2,500 to help to defray the costs of bringing Andrew Sullivan (who has inexplicably not picked up on this story!) to campus to speak.
Many Bates alumni, students, staff, faculty, donors and concerned citizens have written to the Bates College Republicans to express their support; others have contacted Bates administrators to voice their concerns.
www.erinoconnor.org /archives/2004/02/bates_college_u.html   (754 words)

  
 FairTest: University Testing/Bates College
Bates College allows for the most detailed case study because of the thorough, step-by-step process undertaken by staff, faculty and administration in gradually changing Bates' test requirements.
Bates, founded in 1855 by abolitionists, was the first coeducational institution in the East, and seeks to remain true to its history of "commitment to social justice, civil rights, and respect for the individual."
More families than we would like use average SAT scores published in guidebooks to decide if Bates is an appropriate institution for their children, and falsely conclude either that Bates is too difficult academically or that their sons or daughters could not be admitted.
www.fairtest.org /univ/Bates.htm   (1525 words)

  
 Bates College - College Guide Written For Students By Students
Bates students vary greatly in their opinions of their school.
Whether you love Bates or hate it, when you graduate, you’ll have a degree from one of the most selective liberal arts schools in the country.
Read our Bates College insider’s guide and discover what it feels like to be on campus for 4 years.
www.collegeprowler.com /guide.asp/1427400199/index.html   (406 words)

  
 Bates College - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Bates College is a private liberal arts college, founded in 1855, located in Lewiston, Maine, in the United States.
Bates has always admitted students of different races, religions, genders and nationalities.
Founded in 1855, Bates was New England's first coeducational college, and several of its earliest students were former slaves.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bates_College   (2553 words)

  
 The Daily Jolt - Best Bates Traditions
Every college has its own special traditions: the big bonfire at Texas A&M, the Freshmen-Free Arches at the University of Georgia, the Primal Scream at Harvard.
Bates is one of only two colleges (the other being Princeton) to have such a tradition.
Bates has held a winter carnival, (basically a big festival with lots of events, a theme, and an Olympic-style torch) for many many many years now.
bates.dailyjolt.com /traditions.html   (356 words)

  
 Diversity Hiring Coalition of Maine -- Bates College
Founded in 1855, Bates is recognized as one of the nation's finest colleges of the liberal arts and sciences.
National college guides and magazines continue to rank Bates College among the best liberal arts colleges in the nation.
In the most recent edition of "The Hidden Ivies: Thirty Colleges of Excellence," Bates is lauded for its service-learning opportunities and its consistent top-10 ranking for student participation in international study among all colleges.
www.diversityjobsmaine.org /bates.html   (273 words)

  
 Bates College Creates Scholar-Athlete Society
Suzanne Coffey, Bates athletic director and past chair of the NCAA Division III Management Council, said that Bates student-athletes "will know from their first days on campus that induction into the Scholar-Athlete Society is a goal whose achievement is modeled by generations of outstanding students.
Bates is uncommon in that nearly two-thirds of its students participate in 30 varsity and 12 club sports.
Bates is a charter member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), and its teams compete with fellow members Amherst, Bowdoin, Colby, Connecticut College, Hamilton, Middlebury, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan and Williams, as well as with teams from other colleges and universities.
www.collegenews.org /x4206.xml   (740 words)

  
 BostonWorks - Bates College Jobs and Employer Profile
Bates College, widely regarded as one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the nation, is dedicated to the principle of active engagement.
Bates was founded in 1855 by Maine abolitionists, and Bates graduates have always included men and women from diverse racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds.
Bates' professional and support staff builds the foundations and makes possible the environment for the highest quality teaching and learning.
bostonworks.boston.com /research/profiles/bates_college.shtml   (236 words)

  
 Maine Colleges: Bates College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Bates College is a small, coeducational-residential, liberal arts and sciences institution which grants baccalaureate degrees.
The college library holds over 550,000 volumes, 80 Web-accessible research databases, and more than 4,000 electronic journals, full-text titles or other electronic resources accessible through the catalog.
More than half of the graduates of the College eventually go on for further graduate work in one of the academic fields or in one of the professions.
www.maineadvantage.com /colleges/bates.htm   (180 words)

  
 Squashtalk College and University Web Pages
Bates posted a 15th-place finish by downing in-state rival Bowdoin in their final match of the tournament.
Bates players must be prepared mentally and physically for every practice and every match.
Bates squash players learn from each situation and build on positive play and strategies.
www.squashtalk.com /college/profiles/bates01m.htm   (477 words)

  
 Elaine Tuttle Hansen Inaugurated Saturday as Bates College's Seventh President
Reviewing the words of earlier Bates presidents, she found an appeal to a "higher motive for individual achievement than is now commonly understood." Hansen said that George Colby Chase, who served Bates from 1894 to 1919, acknowledged that the privilege of higher education was not an equal possibility for all human beings.
Hansen was elected president by college trustees Jan. 26 and began her duties as Bates president on July 1.
Bates also is one of the top colleges in the country for students interested in the world: In the most recent graduating class, 68 percent of the graduates applied toward their degree credit earned abroad.
www.collegenews.org /x1173.xml   (1121 words)

  
 The Bates Student - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Bates Student is the student newspaper of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.
Established in 1873, the Student is the one of the oldest continuously-published college weeklies in the United States, and the oldest co-ed college weekly in the country.
The Bates Student was established in 1873 as Bates College's newspaper and literary magazine, as a successor to the Seminary Advocate (1855-1863) and College Courant (ca.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Bates_Student   (469 words)

  
 MHC Alumna Named President of Bates College
Elaine Tuttle Hansen '69 is the new president-elect of Bates College.
A scholar specializing in feminist literary theory, Elaine Tuttle Hansen '69, provost and professor of English at Haverford College, was named the seventh president of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, January 26.
Bates, which was founded in 1855 and has about 1,700 undergraduates, is among the most highly selective liberal arts colleges in the country.
www.mtholyoke.edu /offices/comm/csj/020102/bates.shtml   (652 words)

  
 Bates College vs Greensboro College
The Automated ScoreBook Bates College at Greensboro College Feb 18, 1999 at Greensboro, NC (Grimley High School) Score by innings: R H E ---------------------------------------------- Bates College 221 001 100 - 7 10 2 Greensboro College 000 301 33 - 10 11 6 ---------------------------------------------- Bates College inning 1 Delaney reached on an error by ss (0-2).
Bates College inning 8 FYE to p for STEWART.
Bates College inning 9 Merriman to p for Moody.
www.gborocollege.edu /athletics/sports/baseball/GC2181.HTM   (1402 words)

  
 Bates College: Baseball
Bates baseball coach Craig Vandersea is part of a new era at Bates.
While Leahey's tenure included one of the watershed moments for the Bates program when the 1984 squad led NCAA Division III in batting average, Vandersea's first squad in 1999 boasted a Bates first, as Jason Coulie '99 was selected in the ninth round of the Major League Baseball draft by the Anaheim Angels.
A 1995 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, where he played varsity football for four years, Vandersea was an assistant baseball and football coach at Norwich University and a football assistant under his father, Howard, at Bowdoin before joining the Bates staff as running backs coach and third base coach in 1998.
abacus.bates.edu /CollegeRelations/sports/baseball.html   (404 words)

  
 Admiral Richard Bates Papers
During May-August 1944, Bates was on the staff of the Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet.
Bates returned to the Naval War College in 1946 as Head of the Department of Research and Analysis which was tasked with studying Second World War naval battles.
Bates maintained a voluminous correspondence with naval officers and civilians.
www.batespapers.org   (1494 words)

  
 Bates College Students Score 100 in Medical School Acceptance
LEWISTON, Maine, Jan. 18 (AScribe Newswire) -- All of the 27 Bates College seniors and alumni who applied to graduate programs in the health professions in 2001 were accepted, according to a report by the college's medical studies committee.
The report, presented to Bates faculty in December 2001, stated that 14 of the applicants went on to medical schools, including the Columbia University College of Physicians &Surgeons, Dartmouth Medical School and the Tufts University School of Medicine.
Bates, Abrahamsen points out, doesn't "get students into med school." Instead, she says, "they get themselves in through their own dedication, planning and hard work.
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 $50,000 Tanaka Foundation Grant Bolsters Bates College Scholarships, Asian Studies
The Foundation awarded $40,000 to Bates for an endowed scholarship for international students and another $10,000 to support research and teaching by Bates faculty and students in Japan.
The college will award the scholarship each year to a student who might best bring a passion and energy for understanding and cooperation among the cultures of the world, as evidenced by his or her admissions application.
Bates began developing its Program in Asian Studies in 1983, when the college introduced instruction in the Japanese language.
www.collegenews.org /x608.xml   (577 words)

  
 Bates College
Glazer marks 70th anniversary of New York debut with Bates concert
Bates to hold graduate and professional school fair
Groundbreaking ceremony for new $30 million dining Commons
www.bates.edu   (35 words)

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