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Whitaker-Heck “Women in PR” Panelist

Roz Whitaker-Heck, APR, was an invited panelist for the Capital Region New York chapter’s Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) second annual “Women in PR” held July 18 in Schenectady, NY. The women panelists were asked to share their professional practice experiences that span various sectors of the communication industry.  Whitaker-Heck, representing the Higher Education […]

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Broadcast Alum Win Freedom & Unity Awards

The Broadcast Media Production program in the Division of Communications and Creative Media extends congratulations to three groups of 2019 Broadcast Media Production graduates who won awards for their documentaries that were submitted to the Vermont Freedom and Unity Youth Film Contest. In the Vermont History and Contemporary Issues category, Schuyler Gann, Hayden Graham and Dan […]

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Reckless Ideas Lecture

Join Champlain College’s Masters in Emergent Media program, the Generator , and the University of Vermont’s Complex Systems Center for the final Reckless Ideas lecture of 2018! Julia Vallera and Randall Harp will present More Data More Problems: On tracking, consent, and control of personally identifying information. Vallera  is a data privacy advocate and former […]

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Swift Explores 360 VR Film

Regarded highly by colleagues and students in the Filmmaking program in the Division of Communication and Creative Media at Champlain College, Julia Swift, assistant professor of film, has done everything from writing to directing to editing TV and film throughout her career. This past summer, Swift has been able to add 360 video to that […]

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MISOO FILAN: Inner Struggle Fought on Paper

Inner Struggle Fought on Paper is a continuing series of work by artist Misoo Filan. Through the use of Yupo paper, ink and pencil, Filan creates deeply affecting art pieces that stem from her tragic life experiences and demonstrates a poignant, self reflective manifestation of internal emotional conflict. Filan will hold residency in the Champlain […]

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Broadcast Media Students Attend Live Gubernatorial Debate

Some Broadcast Media Production students and their professors were invited to attend the Vermont Governor’s Debate between Christine Hallquist and Phil Scott that took place in the studios at Vermont Public Radio and Vermont PBS on Oct. 24. In attendance were professors Keith Oppenheim and Van Dora Williams with students Maya Gastman, Kyra Fillmore, Luke […]

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Summer Rain – art show by Al Larsen

Creative Media BFA Program Director Al Larsen debuts (Some of That) Summer Rain (May Actually Get You) a show of fabric banners at The Arm Letterpress, Brooklyn NY.  The eight cotton banners – roughly 4 feet by 7 feet each –  are created using the cyanotype process, an early photographic method that yields a deep blue tone […]

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Advanced Poetry Students Get Published

As part of the Advanced Poetry Workshop class, students are encouraged to submit their poetry to thirty literary magazines throughout the semester. The assignment helps familiarize students with online submission forms as well as with the process of finding and submitting to literary magazines. As a result of these submissions, several Champlain students have been […]

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Japanese Movie Night a Big Hit

Champlain College motivates language learning through Japanese Movie Nights. On March 1, students from Kokugakuin University in Japan were invited to Champlain to meet with students in the Japanese Language courses. Students in Japanese II gave presentations to these students from Japan, and were able to apply what they had been learning in a real interaction […]

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