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Bates College,

at Lewiston, Maine; coeducational; founded 1855 as Maine State Seminary, chartered as a college 1864. It was the first Eastern college to admit women students. The Edmund S. Muskie Archives are there.
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Vincent Geloso is a senior fellow at the Fraser Institute and visiting professor of economics at Bates College who earned his PhD from the London School of Economics.
Prior to her new role, she was director of institutional research at Bates College. Russell received a bachelor's in psychology from UMass Amherst and a master's in social psychology and Ph.D.
in Politics from Bates College, where he was a member of the Varsity Men's Lacrosse team.
He is a graduate of Bates College and the University of Maine School of Law.
by Times News Service Teddy Pender of Bates College. Teddy is former student of British School Muscat.
We are also happy to present reflections on Shaker attitudes about nature from Carl Benton Straub of Bates College in Maine.
Cotti, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh; Erik Nesson, Ball State University; and Nathan Tefft, Bates College, "The Effects of Tobacco Control Policies on Tobacco Products, Tar, and Nicotine Consumption: Evidence from Household Panel Data"
In the fall, he will attend Bates College, where he will study geology.
To maximize their access to college scholarships, including the aid that would enable Vincent to afford his $250 tuition, the twins went separate ways for college: Victor to Tufts University for its medical school, and Vincent to Bates College for its debating program.
Thirty years ago, Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, stopped requiring standardized tests like the SAT or ACT for admission.
At Boulder, the standard shorthand is LGBTQ (for Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgendered, and Queer); at Bowdoin College in Maine, it's LGBTQIA (adding Intersex and Asexual); while down the road at Bates College it's LGBTIQQ (the second Q for Questioning).