ecoNEWS VT Winter 2020-21 Newsletter

ecoNEWS VT – Winter 2020-21 Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont We’re deep into winter, which means voyages into the mountains and forests are reserved for the brave. However, you can still learn about these landscapes through this edition of ecoNEWS! Our winter newsletter highlights research about political influence […]

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The Castor Conundrum: Implications for Beaver Related Restoration – March 9

The Castor Conundrum: Implications for Beaver Related Restoration. If you haven’t read Ben Goldfarb’s book — Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter — we highly recommend it! This gem by Chelsea Green Publishing features Sterling College (VT) alumna Vanessa Petro ‘06 who is a Senior Faculty Research Assistant at Oregon State […]

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VYCC Community Health Program Manager Position Opening

The Community Health Program Manager (CHPM) plays an integral role for VYCC’s Food and Farm program, fostering partnerships and supporting healthy communities throughout Vermont. The CHPM will oversee partnerships of the Health Care Share (HCS), a public health initiative that provides fresh produce and poultry to over 400 families navigating food insecurity and diet-related diseases. […]

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International Service opportunities with Learning Enterprises

My name is Lulu Mikula. I am a first-year student at UVM and one of the Marketing Interns for a 501(C)(3) international nonprofit called Learning Enterprises. Learning Enterprises sends college students all over the world to spend the summer teaching English in under resourced areas. This year, we will also be conducting virtual teaching programs […]

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Free webinars from Campus Compact: How to enhance online education with community-based learning

Enhance Online Education with Community-Based Learning Register today for the Fusion Course and Fusion Webinar Series to find the tools, resources, and best practices you need to deliver engaging, quality learning experiences whether you’re teaching in a remote, hybrid, or in-person setting. FUSION WEBINAR SERIES offered free for all These webinars, offered with the generous support of the Davis Educational […]

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PLAN is hiring summer interns!

The Summer PLANternship Program is back! We are seeking three full-time, remote interns to work with us this Summer! Interns with PLAN can expect to work closely with other young, passionate, creative individuals in a collaborative and digital environment. While this year’s internship program is fully digital, the PLANtern work-from-home routine will be regularly broken up by activities such as […]

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Vermont Research News – Special edition, top political books and town meeting…

twitter • facebook • website • instagram The Center for Research on Vermont received so many responses to its fall request for nominations of important Vermont books that we decided to share the results in several reports. Here we focus on titles about Vermont politics and government. Thanks to Prudence Doherty, Silver Special Collection Librarian for curating this […]

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March 2021 E-News: Town Meeting Day & Updates from VNRC

March E-Newsletter from VNRC Today is Town Meeting Day in Vermont! Don’t forget to vote, if you haven’t already. Read on for news and updates from VNRC. Latest News — Town Meeting Day is today — Have you voted yet? Find your polling place at mvp.vermont.gov. All polls in Vermont close at 7pm. — New! Vermont Environmental Report is available — The latest […]

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Women’s History Month Programming at Champlain

Happy Women’s History Month! The Women’s and Gender Center, in partnership with other offices on campus, have a great line-up of events planned for the month of March. I have attached a flyer detailing some of the main programs as well as dates and times. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me throughout the month and […]

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OISS Celebrates International Women’s Day with “Wall of Women” – March 8-12, 2021

The Office of International Student Services (OISS) and the Women’s and Gender Center are celebrating International Women’s Day March 8-12, 2021 with Champlain College’s very first “Wall of Women.” Any member of the Champlain College community is free to nominate and honor any female-identified individual either at Champlain or in the world who has supported […]

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