Anne Hopkins Gross
dean of students
Everett Mansion 209
area of responsibility
- Residential Life, Student Involvement & Leadership, Counseling Services, Health Services, Campus Safety, Student Government Association
- Quest for Success: The First Year Experience
Student leadership development, women's issues, retention, parent outreach and anything else involving students.
Why I like working in an academic setting
The energy that occurs on the College campus is uplifting and motivating. Working with the faculty and staff to assist students upon entering College and through to graduation . . . it's satisfying to see how students have developed and grown throughout their collegiate experience.
Jane Eyre--one of the first novels I read in high school, and I've loved it ever since.
There's too much to choose from in this category! Suffice it to say that I will select the most recent exhibit I saw in our Burgdorff Gallery in the Everett Mansion--Alan Nyiri's exhibit of peacefully serene and yet stunning photographs of Vermont.
best part of being at svc
The students! And the faculty and staff are wonderful.
February 2012 - Elected as the Vermont State Director for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). Hopkins Gross, who has served as Professional Competencies Representative for NASPA for the last two years, will serve as director for two years.
October 2010 - Wrote article in NASPA Region I, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, entitled "What is Mindfulness. Read more.
September 2010 - Became a member of the Vermont Autism Task Force.
Jennifer Ufnar - Instructor, the Division of Science & Technology.
- President Gross's HUFF POST Blog: "The Power of Small..."
- President Gross's HUFF POST Blog: "When the Buzzer Sounds..."
- Tap Dancer Shares History of Artform (Rutland Herald article)
- Mountaineers Run Past Green Mountains
- Student Jamie Cousineau Named Outstanding Tutor
- Campus Community Dinner Series
- President Gross's Article "My Turn" Can robots replace real nurses?"
- Mountaineers Shock the Country, Top Ephs (Bennington Banner article)