Category Archives: Events at Champlain

SI Scholars Speak Out online event (Fri. 4/30)

The Social Impact Scholars will be hosting an online “SPEAK OUT” event through InSpace on Friday 4/30, 1:15 to 2:15PM. Each of the Scholars has created a piece (essay, visual design, poem, video) that addresses a contemporary issue that is significant for them. Topics this year include: shark finning diversity in games campus sexual assault transgender athletes […]

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Champlain’s carbon impact; Opening the Garden; Collecting Stories of our Good Work, S-L Faculty Award and more!

Champlain’s Latest Greenhouse Gas Inventory For the past ten+ years, Champlain has completed an in-depth greenhouse gas (ghg) inventory. This year’s results show that our net emissions took a significant drop, largely due to reduced air travel because of the pandemic. Our recommendation, carried over from last year, for how we continue to decrease our emissions is […]

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Call for Entries for “BIPOC Artists; BIPOC Issues” Juried Exhibition (all art forms)

Dear Students, CCM is excited to announce a new virtual Exhibition series called “Seeing Voices.” Each Exhibition will have a different theme or focus that celebrates Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The theme for the first Exhibition in this series is BIPOC artists; BIPOC issues. Entry is open to Champlain students, both as individuals or teams, […]

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Coming Out Monologues – Speakers Wanted!

Join the Women’s and Gender Center on Saturday, April 24th at 3:00 pm for the Coming Out Monologues! This annual event celebrates Champlain’s LGBTQ+ community by giving them a platform to share their coming out stories and other tales of the queer community and allyship. Staff, faculty, and students are welcome to tell stories and to come […]

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Upcoming Burlington Conservation Events of Interest and Importance

Upcoming Events and Programs Our Spring Newsletter is right around the corner (mid April send out) but here are some can’t miss events, opportunities and announcements we want you to know about! Burlington’s Virtual Community Summit on Climate Change Solutions Using NatureOur city is often seen as a leader in addressing climate change, and our […]

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Champlain hosts MSNBC Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki on 3/24

A Conversation and Q&A with MSNBC Political Correspondent Steve KornackiWednesday, March 24, 6:00-6:45 PM President Benjamin Ola. Akande sits down with Steve Kornacki to discuss his emergence as a political analyst star and the impact he had on the 2020 election. The conversation will explore what the takeaways are for today’s students who are contemplating […]

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Women’s Leadership Tea with Lt. Gov Molly Gray and Champlain’s Roz Whitaker-Heck – March 17

The Women’s and Gender Center is excited to invite you to the Women’s Leadership Tea! The speakers for this semester’s event will be the Lieutenant Governor of Vermont, Molly Gray, and Champlain College’s Associate Dean for the Division of Communication and Creative Media, Roz Whitaker-Heck. They will be speaking about their paths to leadership followed […]

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Maladies & Medicines: Opioids in the Queen City on April 7

Hello Champlain, Please join us for our 8th annual Local History Event, Maladies & Medicines: Opioids in the Queen City, which will be held virtually on April 7 from 7:00-8:30 pm on Zoom. Faculty are welcome to bring their classes.  What lessons can we learn about the opioid epidemic by looking at it through a historical lens? This event […]

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Interrupting Whiteness Roundtable Discussion: Manifestation of White Supremacy in Our Disciplines – Wednesday 3/8

Sharing an event from the NEW Naming Educational Whiteness group. Val Esposito, myself and Warren Sides are discussing the presence of white supremacy in our disciplines. It will consist of a three person panel, then move to discussion. It’s one hour and fully virtual 2-3pm. See attached flier. Please consider sharing with students. Appreciatively, Tarn Tarn […]

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