By Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News While you were away at spring break either back at your hometown or at a stereotypical college destination like Cabo or Cancun, Miriam Horne’s CORE-320 Human Rights class took a week-long trip to Havana, Cuba to learn more about the country and its rich culture, as well as […]Continue reading
Thinking about an entry for Champlain’s Inaugural Edible Books Festival? Dying to make clever literary puns with food? Just looking for an excuse to play with phyllo dough, squid ink, and strawberry ganache? Please take a moment to submit your registration information so we can accurately assess the number of participants and plan accordingly. Please […]Continue reading
The Second Annual CORE Colloquium on April 16 at Champlain College at Aiken Hall. The Champlain College Core held its second annual Core Colloquium at Aiken Hall on Monday, April 16. The Core curriculum at Champlain College merges two distinct approaches to traditional academics – comprehensive liberal arts program and interdisciplinary teaching and learning. The […]Continue reading
Champlain College Assistant Professor Miriam Horne is among a dozen or so top Vermont college and university instructors featured on the Vermont Campus Compact’s new webpage highlighting community-based teaching, learning, research and classroom experiences. Miriam Horne of Champlain College The Vermont Campus Compact recently partnered with University of Vermont’s “Strategic Writing for Public Communications” service-learning […]Continue reading
A close encounter this morning with Ken Wade on campus shows the holiday spirit is in full bloom as the final days of classes approach at Champlain College.
‘Digital Jesus’ Author Examines Online Christian Communities BURLINGTON, Vt. — University of Wisconsin- Madison Professor Robert Glenn Howard, a folklorist and digital media researcher, will discuss his new book, Digital Jesus on April 5 at 3:30 p.m. Champlain College’s Alumni Auditorium. His discussion will touch on topics of electronic communication, the rhetorical construction of self […]Continue reading
The Champlain College Core Division held its first Student Colloquium on Saturday afternoon. The purpose of the event was to celebrate student excellence in the Core and encourage a climate of engagement and commitment to academics. This year marks the first year all students in the class of 2011 have experienced four years of the […]Continue reading
Vermont author Howard Frank Mosher spoke at Champlain College on Thursday, March 24, 2011 about his life as a novelist in the Northeast Kingdom. His talk about “A Stranger in the Kingdom” followed a talk the night before by filmmaker Jay Craven.
Jay Craven and Howard Frank Mosher Coming to Champlain Filmmaker and author to discuss their work on “A Stranger in the Kingdom” By Darrien Marrazo ’11 / Champlain News (Burlington, VT) — Champlain College brings the Vermont-based feature film, A Stranger in the Kingdom, to Alumni Auditorium for an evening with the filmmaker Jay Craven […]Continue reading
Higher Ed /March 3, 2011By Mike KellyIn a recent essay published in Inside Higher Ed, Lee Burdette Williams draws attention to just how little we, on the faculty and administrative side of academia, actually know about our students outside of what we see of them on campus. She writes, “Our students are different people late […]Continue reading