Research and Campus Life Heat Up During Summer at Bowdoin
Story posted August 20, 2008
After all the folding chairs have been put away following Commencement ceremonies, things get very quiet on the Bowdoin campus — for about three days.
Then the College assumes its summer life. It's a time of rich community interchange, with academic workshops, athletics and summer camps, music and theater performances, summer jobs and internships — and a robust summer program that provides support for more than 100 Bowdoin student researchers who work side-by-side with faculty on real world research and scholarship.
Watch a short video of some Bowdoin faculty, staff, students and visitors, who share highlights of their summer activities at Bowdoin.
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