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|2386||Measles: Understanding Outbreaks|
Measles is an air-born infection caused by a paramyxovirus, mostly common in early childhood. In the present day, measles is considered an extinct disease in most parts of the world. According to WHO, in 1980, before widespread vaccination, measles caused an estimated 2.6 million deaths each year. However, in the recent years, the once eradicated disease started resurfacing in countries like New Zealand, Australia, and United States (CDC). It is one of the leading causes of death among young children even though a safe and cost-effective vaccine is available (WHO). [show more]
|2052||An Exploration of New York Cities CitiBike|
Citi Bike is a bicycle sharing system established in 2013 in New York City. As of now, the nation’s largest bike-sharing system has 12,000 stations across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Jersey City. Riding a bike is fun and healthy exercise. In urban areas like NYC, bike-sharing can also serve as a time-effective way of moving around tightly packed areas.
|2053||A Blinding Problem|
'I realized that museums ought to reform in order to be accessible to people of various backgrounds and situations.'
|2275||Accessibility on Campus|
Where COA succeeds and falls behind, how this impacts our disabled peers, and what we can do to improve
|2278||The Arrogance of Space|
How changing physical town infrastructure determines the roads ahead
|2148||Biking: If you can? Sarasota Florida|
Looking at the demand for Biking Infrastructure in the United States and the Rise of Mid-City Biking Policies in Sarasota, Florida
Urban Planning for Primary Caregivers, Utrecht, Netherlands
|2144||Abortion Access in MaineEva McMillan|
Abortion accessibility in Maine is unique because of the state's size and rural population. With long drive times presenting a barrier for many individuals, expanding access to later abortion care should be a priority.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Solutions in Bar Harbor
|2279||Solar Potential of High Electricity Cost States|
These maps support the business plan of ImpactGreen with the goal to eliminate fossil fuels from electricity production.
|2285||Bar Harbor Housing Development Potential|
A Reference for the Island Housing Trust
|1230||Faculty and staff group|
Left to right: unknown, Pam Parvin, Joanne Carpenter, Susan Lerner, Don Cass, Steve Katona, Craig Greene, unknown, unknown, unknown, Sally Crock, Janet Anderson, Carl Ketchum, Carol O’Donnel, unknown, Bill Carpenter.
|1231||First COA group photo|
COA officially opened in the fall of 1972. This is the first class photograph consisting of students, faculty, and staff. Front Row: Laura Perry, Leanne McIntyre, Eric Henry, Jill Tabbutt, Sidney Rathbun Muska, Edwin Geissler, Francis Pollitt with dog, Susan (Cook) Grossjean, Craig Kesselheim. 2nd Row: Joanne Carpenter, Katherine Hazard, Pat King, Jon Allen, Cathy Johnson, John March, Rick Waters, Annie Goodwin, Bill Ginn, Scott Kraus, Susan Hatch, Gail Davidson. 3rd Row: Bill Carpenter, Linda Swartz, Anne Peach, Millard Dority, unknown librarian?, Dodie Jordan, Steve Katona, Moira McTighe, Henry Elliott, Lynn McDermott, June Tucson, Josie Todrank, Jackson Gillman, Robin Willison, Mel Cote. Back Row: Jim Perkins, Gillian Brown, Philip Kunhardt, Will Russell, Harry Stark, Dan Kane, Sam Eliot, Ed Kaelber, Elmer Beal, Andy Jennison, Steve Savage, Al Stork, Randy Horsey. [show more]
|1232||Jill Tabbutt and Diane Pierce|
Tabbutt (foreground) and Pierce (background) during the summer of 1971 an experimental pilot program brought 13 students and 3 faculty members to the college to test and evaluate certain aspects of the proposed curriculum. Participants in the summer program worked together in a multidisciplinary workshop, and joined the staff and trustees in raising and answering questions about the future direction of the college.
|1454||Maggie and Lucien Smith|
Maggie and Lucien Smith, Beech Hill Farm managers from about 2001-2006.
|1490||Steve Katona being interviewed at his inauguration|
Steve Katona (faculty member from 1972-1993 and college president from 1993-2006) being interviewed during his inauguration as president of the college.
Steve Katona (faculty member from 1972-1993 and college president from 1993-2006).
|1520||Steve Katona with whale tale identification materials|
Director of Allied Whale, Steve Katona (faculty member from 1972-1993 and college president from 1993-2006) with whale tale identification materials.
Lou Rabineau (college president from 1984-1993). On the reverse of the print is written "Lou Rabineau points the college in the right direction."
|1546||Ed McCormick Blair, John Wilmerding, Lou Rabineau, and Bill Newlin|
Ed McCormick Blair (trustee), John Wilmerding (trustee), Lou Rabineau ( college president from 1984-1993), and Bill Newlin (trustee).