On Saturday, Champlain celebrated the opening of the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry. Want to learn more about Appreciative Inquiry? Stop by the display at the main desk in Miller Information Commons and check out a book on the topic!
Ninety-six years ago, on November 11, 1918, a victory parade was held in downtown Burlington to mark the end of World War I. This postcard from Champlain’s Llewellyn Collection of Vermont History commemorates the moment when crowds gathered to watch soldiers march up Church Street. The following year, November 11 would become a national holiday […]Continue reading
Did you miss President Laackman’s book talk? Here are his choices: Thucydides – Peloponnesian War Jane Austen – Persuasion Mark Helprin – Winter’s Tale Neal Stephenson – The Diamond Age Stephen Covey – Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Thomas Neff – You’re In Charge – Now What? David Eggers – Hologram for the King […]Continue reading
Join us this Wednesday, November 5th, 2014, 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm Vista Room, Miller Information Commons In a 2012 post to his blog Don’s Desk, Champlain President Don Laackman wrote of his quest to read more, “I don’t want to just read more; I want to read more stuff with which I can connect. […]Continue reading