Category Archives: Communication

Lambda Pi Eta — Champlain College Chapter

    Dr. Cheryl Casey, Associate Professor of Communication in the Division of Communication and Creative Media at Champlain College, recently announced a new chapter of the Lambda Pi Eta honor society.  The Champlain College Alpha Epsilon Eta inaugural chapter will include 11 Communication major juniors and seniors.  Membership requires a 3.0 cumulative GPA with 60 […]

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Composite/Synthesis Exhibit at New Moon Cafe

    Gordon Glover, an assistant professor of Creative Media in the Division of Communication and Creative Media, is exhibiting a show of his work at New Moon Cafe from Feb. through April. The show is called composite/synthesis and an Artist’s Reception will take place on Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. Along with his mixed […]

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Champlain Alum Book Reading

Kaela Coble graduated from Champlain College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication. Her first book, Friends and Other Liars, was published on Feb. 6. Coble will be doing two readings, which will include book sales and signing. The first reading will take place at Phoenix Books in downtown Burlington, on Thursday, Feb. 8 at […]

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Live Interview with Robert Siegel

Students in Champlain College’s News Writing and Production class were able to gain first-hand knowledge about the news industry by watching a live interview with Robert Siegel. Professor Keith Oppenheim organized a field trip to Vermont Public Radio on Nov. 2, where students joined an audience of more than 100 listeners. They observed a live […]

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It’s a whole lot easier to see CHAMP now!

A new program has been introduced in the Division of Communication and Creative Media (CCM) this semester called CHAMP Guides. This program pairs upperclass CCM students with first-year CCM students, giving first-year students a mentor on campus. Dr. Cheryl Casey, associate professor of Communication at Champlain is the leader of CHAMP Guides and has gotten […]

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CCM Grad Turns Passion into Small Business

Knowing no better way to guarantee a postgraduate job with an immediate opening, Maggie Bean chose to create her own freelance marketing agency. Bean graduated in 2016 with a degree in Management of Creative Media offered through the Stiller School of Business and a specialization in Publishing which is offered through the Division of Communication […]

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CCM Division Welcomes First-Year Class

Champlain College’s Division of Communication and Creative Media (CCM) welcomed its incoming first-year students at a new student orientation, where each student was asked to find a partner and “mash up” their first names into a portmanteau. The results were then posted to Twitter, with the hashtag #champCCM. The 200+ students joining the division this […]

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Students Rally Through Rain to Cover Art Hop

  On Sept. 8, a group of 25 Broadcast Media Production students from Champlain College set up four cameras for a live broadcast of the annual South End Art Hop, interviewing organizers, artists, and spectators as well as getting hands-on experience in set-up, camera operation, directing, producing, reporting, and break-down. The group set up on Pine […]

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Network and Eat Pizza With CCM!

What’s better than free pizza? Free pizza with the Division of Communication and Creative Media (CCM) Communication and Public Relations majors! Communication Program Director, Nancy Kerr, extends an invitation to students for a night of food, socializing and fun at the COMM and PR Town Hall on Oct. 4 at 4:30 p.m. in the CCM […]

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Center for Publishing Ready for a New Year

The former Champlain College Publishing Initiative (CCPI), the publishing program on campus staffed by both faculty and students, underwent a re-branding this summer. With a new name and focus, it is now ready to kick-start the year’s multiple projects. The newly named Center for Publishing (CFP) is focused on fostering students’ relationships with the literary […]

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