Tag Archives: Multiculturalism

Special MLK Blue Stool featuring Jean Myers






Champlain College is fortunate to have on its faculty a witness to history.  Professor Jean Myers was on the mall to hear Dr. King as he uttered the now famous “I have a dream” speech.  To honor the legacy of Dr. King and the memory of Nelson Mandela, Jean has kindly agreed to share her […]

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Diversity & Inclusion Learning Community






Diversity & Inclusion Learning Community Spring 2014 Pilot What does it mean when we say that we want to be more literate in diversity and inclusion and how it connects to our teaching? How can your interests and scholarship in this area be advanced and help your students advance too? Are you interested in participating […]

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National Coming Out Day October 11






Dear Community! This Friday is “National Coming Out Day”, and October is LGBTQ History Month, amongst many others (Disability Awareness Month, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Sept/Oct. Hispanic Awareness). Please join our student LGBTQ group; INCLUDE, this Friday in honoring and recognizing LGBTQ movements, socio-political changes, and LGBTQ historical icons as we celebrate “National Coming […]

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The Worst Thing About Coming Out






The Multicultural Committee would like to remind you to go see the screening THIS FRIDAY of The Worst Thing About Coming Out, directed by our very own professor of film Rob Schmidt Barracano. What could be better?  How about a panel discussion immediately following at 3.30 with some great guests including our very own Ame […]

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International Education Week






Champlain College’s Office of International Education presents:  International Education Week October 28 – November 1, 2013 Monday, Oct. 28 7th Annual China Town Hall  –  U.S. & China Relations 7:00 – 9:00 pm, Aiken Hall, Morgan Room Live webcast with Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright Local Speaker:  Associate Professor, Craig Pepin will […]

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