Category Archives: Student Success

March Update

I wanted to provide you with this update on what is happening at Champlain College. Munich Cyber Security Conference Last month, I traveled to Munich to participate in the Munich Cyber Security Conference, an offshoot of the Munich Security Conference. This exclusive gathering brought together business, government and IT executives from around the world to discuss cyber issues. […]

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December Update

As we head to the December break, I wanted to share updates of recent developments at the College. Gaming and Careers A group of our 2013 Game major graduates were in town for a wedding of one of their classmates a few weeks ago, and they visited the College to see what is going on. […]

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April Is Not the Cruelest Month at Champlain

One of the best parts about being Champlain’s president is the opportunity to meet with students, alumni and employers and hear about their Champlain experiences. While April is always a busy month at Champlain, recent events were particularly meaningful for me. They demonstrate the breadth of the Champlain experience and the difference we are making […]

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Spring Update

My posts since joining Champlain College have been less frequent than in the past. I recognized that I needed a different voice for the blog, but I have struggled to find it. I have talked to many people about what the president’s blog at Champlain should mean, including a visit to Professor Tim Brookes’ publishing class last […]

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Upside Down Delivered

In one of my recent visits to the IDX cafeteria to lunch with students, I had the pleasure of meeting Megan, Amanda and Emma. These three sophomores were excited about returning to Champlain and reconnecting with friends. They all shared how as sophomores they were even more thrilled with their choice of Champlain. And I […]

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Common Sense

Sometime in the next week (or two, three or four weeks, depending on factors such as how many clothes were packed and how many times a first-year is willing to wear them), many of our first-year students will do their laundry for the first time. I vividly remember my first laundry experience at college. I had […]

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