News Release — Champlain College Aug. 11, 2017 Contact: Stephen Mease, Director of Public Information and News, Champlain College 802-865-6432 [email protected] Professor Cyndi Brandenburg to welcome Class of 2021 BURLINGTON, VT (08/11/2017) The incoming Class of 2021 at Champlain College will hear from two women leaders in their fields at the annual Convocation on Aug. […]
News Release — Champlain College August 2, 2017 Contact: Stephen Mease 802-865-6432 [email protected] Champlain College Again Featured in the 2018 Princeton Review’s “Best 382 Colleges” Students Cite Upside-Down Curriculum, Internships and Job Opportunities in Recommending Champlain BURLINGTON, VT (08/02/2017) Champlain College is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton […]
The suspended Phi Gamma Delta fraternity is leasing its mansion on South Willard Street to the nearby college.
News Release — Champlain College July 17, 2017 Contact: Sage Communications (For Champlain College Online) Lauren Horn, 703-207-0941 [email protected] Financial and Accounting Professionals Increase Business Acumen Through Immersive Program July 17, 2017 09:07 AM Eastern Daylight Time BURLINGTON, Vt.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Champlain College Online, ranked among The U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges for the Northern […]
Prosecutors allege Richard Monroe killed Kevin DeOliveira, 23, a UVM student whom they say was Monroe’s primary cocaine supplier. Monroe was a student at Champlain College.
The City Council has approved a one-year extension of the University of Vermont’s payment in lieu of taxes at its current level of $1.3 million.
News Release — Champlain College June 20, 2017 Contact: Stephen Mease 802-865-6432 [email protected] Summer Book Tour Begins June 27; Includes Several Vermont Stops BURLINGTON, VT (06/20/2017) A new book by Champlain College historian and professor Willard Sterne Randall of Burlington, Vt., re-examines the War of 1812 in “Unshackling America: How the War of 1812 Truly […]
News Release — Champlain College April 10, 2017 Contact: Stephen Mease, Director of Public Information and News, Champlain College, 802-865-6432, [email protected] BURLINGTON, VT (04/10/2017) Champlain College today announced that Dr. Angela E. Batista will be the Special Adviser to the President for Diversity and Inclusion beginning in June. As Special Adviser, she will work with […]
Some highly sophisticated attacks from foreign government hackers may be impossible for businesses to stop, but as many as 90 percent of attacks can be prevented through basic security measures.
News Release — Champlain College March 1, 2017 Contact: Stephen Mease, Director of Public Information and News, Champlain College, 802-865-6432, [email protected] March 6th Screening and Discussion Focuses on Resettled Identity Issues in Vermont BURLINGTON, VT (03/01/2017) The Core Division of Champlain College will host a screening and discussion of the documentary film “Welcome to Vermont: […]
News Release — Champlain College Feb. 23, 2017 Contact: Stephen Mease, Director of Public Information and News, Champlain College, 802-865-6432, [email protected] Department of Justice, FBI and Vermont Investigators to Share Expertise BURLINGTON, VT (02/23/2017) Join Champlain College and the U.S. Department of Justice for a free one-day conference outlining key current cyber threats to organizations […]
News Release — Champlain College Jan. 17, 2017 Contacts: John Pelletier, Director, Center for Financial Literacy Champlain College www.champlain.edu Office: (802) 860-2744 Cell: (617) 548-6102 Home Office: (802) 253-6120 Email: [email protected] Sarah Andriano, Director, Institutional Advancement, Champlain College (802) 860-2778 [email protected] Next Gen Personal Finance Support to Restart Champlain College Summer Program BURLINGTON, Vt. — […]
News Release — Champlain College Dec. 19, 2016 Contact: Stephen Mease, 802-865-6432, [email protected] Plans Begin for National Summit to Accelerate Positive Education from Early Childhood on Up BURLINGTON, Vt. — Champlain College’s David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry in the Stiller School of Business has received a $1 million gift from the Stiller Family […]
BURLINGTON — The city’s premiere all-ages venue, 242 Main, will host its last concert Saturday as tenants must vacate Memorial Auditorium on Main Street because of structural deficiencies. The concert will feature 21 bands and 11 hours of music stretching from noon to 11 p.m. The show will be free and open to the public, […]