Gabrielle Dietzel, coordinator of assessment services for the Office of External Programs, was recently invited to present two workshops at the “Achieving the Dream” faculty conference in Honolulu, sponsored by the University of Hawaii. Dietzel’s presentations focused on methods to evaluate prior, college-level learning gained by adult students through professional experience, community activities, independent study, the military, or training programs.
Tuipate Mubiay, coordinator of academic services ELL at CCV-Winooski has been collecting stars lately. Earlier this year he received a Rising Star Young Alumni award from Johnson State College, and on April 4, 2012 he received a 2012 New England Educational Opportunity Association (NEOA) Rising Star Award at an Achiever Luncheon featuring a keynote by Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
When CCV-Rutland Instructor and Learning Center Coordinator Pam Monder opened Rutland’s first learning center in 2007, she shared a classroom with others, setting out materials each time she opened, and packing them back up when she closed
Franklin County Business and Professional Women (BPW) named CCV-St. Albans Academic Coordinator Kathi Rouselle 2011 Woman of the Year at an awards ceremony on January 17, 2012.
Mary Lothrop, coordinator of academic services at CCV-Winooski and a co- chair of the Science and Allied Health curriculum committee, has been named director of CCV’s recently awarded U.S. Department of Labor Community College Career Training (C3T) grant program.
Chara Vincelette-Perocchi has joined CCV in a newly created position, Student Resources Advisor for Veterans. She will support the veterans’ advisors currently at each of the 12 academic centers, but a special focus of this part-time position is to help Vermont veterans navigate the complicated system of agencies and resources statewide.