Eight nurses at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center received funds from the SVHC Foundation in support of their continuing education efforts. The funds were provided to the Foundation by the Helen Dixon Kunzelmann Nurse Scholar Program, the Margaret M. Rehm Nurse Scholar Program, and donations for nursing education.
Community colleges often bill themselves as stepping stones to larger institutions and ambitions. That strategy may work well to get students in the door, but when it comes to fundraising, there’s a problem: Graduates tend to donate to the schools that handed them a degree, which is often the four-year colleges where they continued their […]
In an effort to address Vermont’s need for a highly skilled cybersecurity workforce, Community College of Vermont (CCV) will offer scholarships for eligible students who enroll in the College’s Cyber Academy. In partnership with Socratic Arts, CCV’s Cyber Academy offers an online cybersecurity credential designed to equip students with the necessary skills for success in […]
Tensions between leaders at the Vermont State Colleges and those on the ground are once again on display as trustees get a first look at the reforms campus presidents are planning to undertake. At the close of an afternoon meeting held Monday at Northern Vermont University’s Lyndon campus, Alison Lathrop, a geology professor at the […]
The Winooski City Council is moving forward with a proposal from Burlington-based Nedde Real Estate to develop a vacant downtown lot into a parking garage, hotel and office space. Nedde is proposing to build a hotel with about 100 rooms, a 30,000-square-foot office space and a municipal parking garage with up to 370 parking spaces […]
The future of higher education is one in which “adult learners who continue to learn on the job will receive both credit and respect for their informal learning” . This prior learning, while not gained in the traditional sense, is the primary way for higher education to meet expectations for adult learners who have been […]
Former Air Force pilot Craig Popkess believes more people should seek out opportunities to hear from veterans, especially these days when the average citizen is unlikely to know a soldier or a veteran personally. “There’s just very little acquaintance with veterans and our stories don’t get heard,” said Popkess, now an assistant professor at Vermont […]
On Sunday, November 3rd in Colchester, Rutland, and St. Johnsbury, veterans are invited to speak, unscripted, about what their service means to them. All community members are encouraged to attend and to listen.
Racquel Miller of Stowe was named to the summer 2019 Student Honors List at the Community College of Vermont.
The Community College of Vermont will host “Haunting for Hunger” on Friday, Oct. 25, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 197 Harrel St., Morrisville. There will be haunted houses for all ages, face painting and games. The public is welcome. Admission is one or more non-perishable food items for Lamoille County Food Share.