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The Bowdoin Breakfast

Bowdoin BreakfastThe Office of Stewardship Programs presents one Bowdoin Breakfast lecture each semester, featuring a talk by a prominent Bowdoin alumnus/alumna, parent, faculty or staff member, or Maine leader.  Topics include business, public policy, arts, academia and other areas of the speakers' interest and expertise.  A buffet breakfast is provided by Bowdoin's award-winning Dining Service.

The event is open to the public and all members of the Bowdoin community.  Registration prior to the event is required.

Location:  Thorne Dining Hall, Bowdoin College

Program Schedule

7:00 — Doors and registration open
7:15 — Full buffet breakfast
8:00 — Lecture begins
8:40 — Q&A with the speaker
9:00 — Program ends

To Register for a Breakfast

To register for a Bowdoin Breakfast, submit a reservation form and payment by noon, five business days prior to the Breakfast, to Sue Lindsey in the Office of Stewardship Programs.  The fee for the event, which includes the buffet breakfast, is $12 for the general public/$6 for Bowdoin faculty, staff, and students. Please make payment by cash or a check payable to Bowdoin College. We are unable to accept credit card payments. Bowdoin employees may provide their department Projects code, and students may provide their ID numbers for payment.

Click here for a registration form. [pdf]


Parking is quite limited near Thorne Hall, so please consider carpooling. Parking spots can be found on most side streets, in the lot on Sills Drive, and at the back end of the Hannaford parking lot.

For additional information:

Contact Sue Lindsey in the Office of Stewardship Programs, 4100 College Station, 207-725-3928, slindsey@bowdoin.edu.


2014 - 2015 Bowdoin Breakfast Dates
and Speakers

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

A Discussion with President Barry Mills

Barry Mills
President Barry Mills '72

In April, President Barry Mills announced that he will step down as President of Bowdoin College in June 2015, marking the end of an extraordinarily successful 14-year presidency that included major curriculum reform, increased diversity and access, fiscal responsibility and financial growth, new environmental sustainability efforts, and a higher national profile for the College.