Category Archives: Awards

Robert Selby Wins Gray Award

CCM Art faculty member Robert Selby received the 2014 George Gray Award for Artistic Excellence for his painting “Chukchi Reach,” at the Coast Guard reception at New York’s Salmagundi Club in this past June. Selby completed this painting of scientists gathering ice samples for their research on the ecosystem of the Chukchi Sea in the Arctic Ocean while  aboard […]



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Stellar Stiller Scholars of 2013-14

Please congratulate our stellar Stiller scholarly awardees who received honors and scholarships at our annual event, attended by students and families at The Essex, which turned out to be a nice venue. This year awarded marks the first awarding of the Sarah Ramsey ‘12 Strong scholarship with the Ramsey family participating. As many of you […]



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EHS Students Honored

EHS had a very special Honors Night Celebration last week. The following students were honored.  Please join us in congratulating them! PSYCHOLOGY: Rising Undergraduates: Katherine Hansen, Dillon Boisvert Outstanding Seniors: Kevin Ngo, Jeremy Vermilyea CRIMINAL JUSTICE: Rising Undergraduate: Meaghan O’Leary Outstanding Senior: Brandyn Csorgo LEGAL STUDIES: Outstanding Senior: Andrew Rocco EARLY CHILDHOOD/ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: Rising Undergraduate: […]



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ITS Students Recognized for Academic Excellence

The Division of Information Technology & Sciences Honors Event was held on Sunday, April 6 at the Burlington Country Club. The following awards were presented to students whose citizenship and scholarship typify the ideal Champlain College student. COMPUTER & DIGITAL FORENSICS Colby Lahaie                         […]



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CC Publishing Initiative Poetry Book Wins Prize

The Champlain College Publishing Innitiative’s anthology Stonehenge wins the Independent Publishers of New England award for Best Poetry Book. Oh, and by the way: the Publishing class’s Kickstarter was successful. The campaign attracted more than $5,000 in funding to go toward the publication of children’s books in endangered languages for indigenous students in the Chittagong Hill […]



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