Blue Stool #19 — Rhizomes: Why Artists and Activists Should Care About Crabgrass

In the October edition of the Blue Stool pop-up lecture series, this past Tuesday in the atrium of GBTC, Dave Mills discussed the concept of rhizomes as formulated by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, and how the concept can impact art and activism. You can catch the replay of Dave’s lecture, and many other past […]

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Vermont Women in Higher Education

Members of The Division of Education and Human Studies (EHS) were pleased to represent Champlain College at the Vermont Women in Higher Education Awards Dinner in Montpelier, Wednesday, October 15th.  Laurel Bongiorno, Barbara Colombo, Tawnya McDonald, Robin Ploof, Jean-Marie Severance, and Nancy Steeley were in attendance for this inspiring evening.

CIP Workshop – Classroom Frights!

CIP Workshop – Classroom Frights! Ghosts and goblins aren’t the only things that can rattle us. How do your students frighten or flummox you? What unsettles you the most? Come munch, mingle, and share classroom challenges and solutions with your colleagues. RSVP: Contact Cinse Bonino (bonino@champlain.edu). Please indicate the session you’d like to attend: ____ […]

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In Search of Air: Growing Up Dyslexic

In Search of Air: Growing Up Dyslexic: a dance/theater performance by Lida Winfield Friday October 10th, 3:30, Morgan Room (Aiken Hall), Champlain College The event is free and open to all (though seating is limited). Immediately following the performance Lida will lead a dance/movement workshop (also free, no registration required). Please let students (and others) know […]

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