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Bill Crane to Serve on National Forensic Science Commission

Congratulations to Associate Professor Bill Crane on his selection as a member of the National Commission on Forensic Science. The Senior Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General just released the following announcement to Commission members, with public notice coming in due course. Bill Crane will be traveling to Washington, DC to attend several meetings per year, […]



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Reuters Picks up Story of Duane Dunston’s “You Have a Voice” App

Reuters recently gave attention to the anti-human trafficking moblie app “You Have a Voice,” which is being developed by Champlain Assistant Professor Duane Dunston. “In today’s technology filled world… we need to maintain the technological edge to stay one step ahead of criminal organizations,” said Jeremy Lewis, executive director of International Association of Human Trafficking […]



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Duane Dunston Creates Mobile App to Fight Human Trafficking

ITS Assistant Professor Duane Dunston is featured in this week’s Seven Days for his work to combat human trafficking. Duane describes himself as a “computer geek,” and he has put his technology super powers in developing the mobile app “You Have a Voice” or YHAV. Champlain students helped to launch a crowd sourced fundraiser to support […]



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Brian Hall Publishes in Computers and Society

Hot off the press! Last Friday the article A Synthesized Definition of Computer Ethics  by ITS Assistant Professor Brian Hall was published in ACM Computers and Society. The publication is based on Brian’s PhD thesis work on ethics in computing. Abstract: Computing ethics is a complex area of study that is of significant importance to the computing […]



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Fall 2014 Graduate Residency

The Champlain College Graduate Residency took place September 25-27 in Burlington for students in the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Law, and Master of Science in Managing Innovation in Information Technology programs. Shown here are students in the first year of the Master of Science in Law program, an online graduate program […]



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