Core professor David Mills will lead a discussion on how we react to abstract art, and ways of encountering art as more than just subjective on Wednesday, April 6 at 7 pm at Arts Riot (400 Pine Street, Burlington). Read more about the event in Seven Days.
Dean of the Division of Education and Human Studies, Laurel Bongiorno, provides insight into technology use by children and how to help them transition away from the screen. She is quoted in the recent Parent Co. article “Tablets, Transitions and Tantrums,” by Carrie Williams Howe.
Blue Stool #28 Melanie Brown “What Does A Research Mathematician Have In Common With A Champlain Student?” Thursday, 31 March 12:15 – 12:30 pm Hauke Courtyard (Ireland Lobby if the weather is bad)
Congratulations! Champlain Math minors Peter Orzell (CSI), Scott Barrett (EGP), and David Johnston (EGP) will be presenting this year at the Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference. The Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference is designed for students to do some independent research in a math topic of their choosing and then present what they learned for their peers. This […]Continue reading
Blue Stool #27 Featuring Erik Shonstrom on “Why Reading A Novel Has Become The Most Radical Act Imaginable” Wednesday 9 March, 12:15 – 12:30 pm Hauke Courtyard (Ireland Lobby if the weather is bad)