At a May 22 meeting at Castleton State College, the Vermont State Colleges board of trustees reluctantly accepted the request of VSC Chancellor Tim Donovan to step down Dec. 31, 2014, six months earlier than his current contract stipulated. Donovan cited personal reasons.
Responding to the chancellor’s... READ MORE »»
On the wall in the foyer of Johnson State College’s Willey Library and Learning Center is a large bulletin board, packed with notices of everything from upcoming bands playing locally to apartments for rent, to job vacancies. JSC itself has five employment opportunities posted. Fiction specialist in... READ MORE »»
JSC vacancy announcements in the Willey Library & Learning Center foyer.
Johnson State College is working to establish a new initiative, which will roll out in the fall with a few participating majors. The initiative would provide incoming students with new opportunities and a guarantee that their college career is complete within four years, as long as they follow... READ MORE »»
David Cavanagh, co-director of the external degree program, will retire at the end of this semester after 23 years of service at Johnson State College. As co-director, Cavanagh works with Valerie Edwards, the other half of the external degree program direction team, to plan and schedule the 70-80 courses... READ MORE »»
“Harlan Mack,” Johnson State College Professor of Fine & Performing Arts Susan Calza said. She stared at two paintings on the wall beside our table in the back of Wicked Wings in Johnson. Both paintings seemed to be of two colors, white and black, and where I struggled to see the theme of the... READ MORE »»
Although the JSC chapter of Professor Susan Calza’s life is ending, she will forever be remembered with the Black Box Gallery, which has been dedicated to her by students, staff and faculty.
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