Spring semester is off to a snowy start! We’ve been hearing lots of good news about CCV students, faculty, and staff from across the state. Happy reading! And don’t forget to send your Notables to email@example.com.
- Faculty member Pam Monder was named the Vermont Advisor Representative to the New England Region Advisory Board for the Phi Theta Kappa honor society (PTK) and will sit on the Advisory Board for two years. Monder teaches in Rutland and is coordinator of that campus’ Learning and Career Center. She is also a statewide advisor for CCV’s PTK chapter and for the Community of Student Representatives.
- Faculty member Alex Shevrin is organizing Edcamp Vermont, a professional development day for educators taking place on April 1. The event is free and open to the public. Shevrin teaches Dimensions in Winooski.
- Winooski Coordinator of Academic Services Marianne DiMascio, who writes and produces sketch comedy for the group Stealing from Work with fellow Coordinator Angie Albeck, performed at the Off Center for the Dramatic Arts in Burlington on February 1. The show was an all new collection of comedy titled “History Retweets Itself.” Check out their skit “Pay it Forward.”
- Morrisville Coordinator of Academic Services Billi Dunham and several Morrisville students participated in the 2017 Morrisville Rotary Lake Elmore Polar Splash on February 11. This year’s event raised money for Morrisville’s youth girls’ soccer programs.
- Several CCV staff members attended Women’s Marches on Saturday, January 21 in Washington D.C., Montpelier, and other cities. More than 15,000 people are estimated to have attended the event in Vermont’s capital.
- Newport staff members Heather Sargent and Sarah Corrow were featured on NEK-TV on February 8, where they spoke with representatives from Creative Workforce Solutions about CCV.
- Forty-three students were awarded a nationally-recognized certificate in the field of vocational rehabilitation at CCV-Montpelier on February 7. The training curriculum was developed by CCV in collaboration with the Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging, and Independent Living (DAIL) and TransCen, Inc., and was accredited by the Association of Community Rehabilitation Educators (ACRE). Read the full CCV Now story here.
- Fall 2016 President’s and Dean’s lists have been announced in several local newspapers. The Dean’s list honors full-time students with a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.99, and the President’s list honors full-time students with a grade point average of 4.0.