Tag Archives: Student Engagement

WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVES






YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A WORKING SESSION TO IDENTIFY POTENTIAL EVENTS AND SPEAKERS FOR CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE’S WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVES Friday, January 10 Hauke Conference Room 2:30-4:00 pm Snacks and beverages will be provided Session is open to all This meeting is to solicit ideas for campus programming to support our goal of empowering Champlain […]

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Crossover: Champlain’s New Student-run News and Arts Publication






Champlain has a new student-run news and arts publication, Crossover. Click on the link to see the latest installment  of the Crossover: The Intersection of Champlain College News and Arts,” which replaces the “Current Beat.” Before launching, faculty advisor Warren Baker gave the new editorial board members (listed below) the time to get acquainted, assemble a […]

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Engaging International Students






Please join Cinse Bonino of the Center for Instructional Practice to discuss common impressions and assumptions which can keep us from seeing and connecting with any student, especially those who have an international background.  CIP Presentation & Discussion on Engaging International Students: Journeying Toward Discovery There will be two sessions: Wednesday, 30 October 2013 from 8:10 […]

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“Real Talk”: Fostering the Success of At-risk Students






The Provost’s office would be pleased to sponsor the attendance of up to five faculty members to attend the “Real Talk” workshop next month. Let me know if you are interested. The workshop is on Friday November 22 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Community College of Vermont, Montepelier Campus, 660 Elm Street, Montpelier. “Real […]

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Champlainers publish article in “College Teaching”






Hot off the press! The journal College Teaching has published an article, “Promoting a Deliberative and Active Citizenry: Developing Traditional First Year College Student Political Engagement,” by John Stroup, Hadley Bunting, Kyle Dodson, Miriam Horne and Julian Portilla. Congratulations to all! ABSTRACT: In this study, we examine the impact of a curriculum designed to increase […]

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