Author Archives: Christina Erickson

Champlain College students attend National Fair Trade Conference by Ariel Simpson ’21

This year’s Fair Trade Campaigns National Conference held in Chicago, IL was Fair Trade Campaign’s 2nd annual national conference. Champlain students have attended both this year’s and last year’s conferences, and I personally attended both. My name is Ariel Simpson and I am a Sophomore Environmental Studies & Policy major working for the Center for […]

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AASHE bulletin – March 26 edition

March 26th, 2019 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Applications for the 2019 Sustainability Across the Curriculum workshop are due by this Friday, March 29 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time. News of the week U Colorado Boulder Offers Scholarships for Sustainable Actions Students can now earn scholarships for tuition and fees by taking sustainable actions on campus with PIPs for […]

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Dr. Emily Bernard speaking at Champlain Tuesday 4/9 7:30 pm

The Core Division, in conjunction with Student Affairs, Diversity & Inclusion, and the Provost’s Office, is excited to be bringing Dr. Emily Bernard to our campus! Dr. Bernard, a professor of Critical Race & Ethnic Studies at UVM, will be discussing her latest book of essays, Black is the Body: Stories from My Grandmother’s Time, My Mother’s Time, […]

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U Colorado Boulder Offers Scholarships for Sustainable Actions

March 26, 2019 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Applications for the 2019 Sustainability Across the Curriculum workshop are due by this Friday, March 29 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time. News of the Week U Colorado Boulder Offers Scholarships for Sustainable Actions Students can now earn scholarships for tuition and fees by taking sustainable actions on campus with PIPs for School, a […]

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News and opportunities with the Community Sailing Center

What’s Happening at the CsC? Upcoming Programs Join Our Team Calling All Volunteers Net-zero? How about net-negative! Upcoming Programs The lake may be frozen, but we have opportunities starting this week! Intro to Sailing If you are a parent of a camper or a teacher in our Floating Classrooms program, this is the perfect course for you! […]

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A study away semester for you: Expedition Education Institute

A study away semester for you: This message is to let you know about a unique off campus semester program that you might be interested in.  The Expedition Education Institute (EEI) offers travel-study away programs in ecological leadership and environmental studies that are accredited through Marlboro College in VT. Each 15 credit semester program is […]

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15th Annual Race, Gender, and Sexuality Student Conference

Please join UVM’s Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Program and the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program at the 15th Annual Race, Gender, and Sexuality Student Conference, featuring Guillermo Gómez-Peña: The Most (un)Documented Mexican Artist with cameos by Baltrónica Gómez aka: “The Phantom Mariachi” Thursday, March 28th, 2019 12:30pm-4:15pm Livak Ballroom, Dudley H. Davis Center 6:00pm-7:30pm ArtsRiot, 400 Pine […]

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Director of Finance and Operations at Sterling College, Craftsbury, VT

All, Sterling College in Craftsbury, VT is seeking a Director of Finance and Operations. The position will report to the Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, Peter Morrill. Position summary below; job posting here. The Director of Finance and Operations reports to the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and is responsible for direct oversight of the major operational […]

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International Voluntary Service Projects for your Students

This is Matt Messier from Volunteers For Peace(VFP) – We are based in Burlington, Vermont (www.vfp.org) and now have thousands of International Voluntary Service Projects available to your Students In case you don’t have it already, here is an attached flyer about us. Maybe you can use it to let your students know about these opportunities. Programs can […]

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