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SVC Announces Return of Environmental Major

Southern Vermont College is pleased to announce a new major in Environmental Sciences effective Fall 2019. The major is part of the curriculum within The John Merck Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. “We are excited to find more ways to utilize the many resources of our campus,” said Chair Jennifer Nelson, PhD….

CJ Students Learn Alternative Methods in Law Enforcement

Retired Albany Police Chief Brendan Cox, who is now Director of Policing Strategies for the LEAD National Support Bureau, spoke to Southern Vermont College students in the Introduction to Criminal Justice class. Cox shared how his work helps communities across the country to reform how systems look at problematic substance use, mental health,…

Spring Classes Begin January 22

Southern Vermont College (SVC) will be offering a variety of courses during the Spring 2019 semester that would be beneficial for any learner. Led by professors who are masters of engaged learning, classes start Tuesday, January 22, on subjects in arts and music, business, criminal justice, healthcare, history, mathematics, natural sciences, politics, psychology,…

Humanities Prof. & Northshire Bookstore Publishing Coord. Receive NEPCo Award

Southern Vermont College is pleased to announce that Chair and Associate Professor Daisy Levy, PhD, of The Hunter Division of Humanities, along with Northshire Bookstore Publishing Coordinator Debbi Wraga (shown in the middle from L-R with two members from Bookbuilders VPs), received the New England Publishing Collaboration (NEPCo) Award for second place. They…

Criminal Justice Students Gain Knowledge of Joint Terrorism Task Force

Students from the Terrorism and Homeland Security class at Southern Vermont College met with members of the Joint Task Force based out of Albany, N.Y., and FBI agents assigned to cover domestic and informational terrorism. “The importance of cooperation between law enforcement agencies was stressed as well as varied opportunities for criminal justice…

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