Bates College

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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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students abroad on the Fulbright Program are Brown University (RI), Truman State University (MO), Bates College (ME), and the Rhode Island School of Design.
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.
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.
Thirty years ago, Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, stopped requiring standardized tests like the SAT or ACT for admission.
Shahinfar graduated from Bates College in Maine in 1988 with a degree in American history.
Jason Castro from Bates College, Chakra Chennubhotla from the University of Pittsburgh, and Arvind Ramanathan from Oak Ridge National Laboratory used advanced statistical techniques to develop an approach for systematically describing smells.
com/2012/06/20/transgender-athlete-looks-to-qualify-in-hammer-throw/) profile , 28-year-old Godsey had a stellar career playing for the women's track and field team at Bates College, having been named All-American 16 times and placing first for hammer throw in the NCAA Division III championships in 2005.
As Maine newspapers have reported, O'Brien's son Brendan, a recent graduate of Bates College in Lewiston, voted in New Hampshire in 2008 and then voted in Maine in 2009, But in 2010, he ran for the District 73 seat representing Lewiston in the Maine House, only to drop out a month later.
But far more often they fought with sticks, an infrequent behavior among females, say Sonya Kahlenberg of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, and Richard Wrangham of Harvard University.