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3rd Annual BATS Trail Mix

On Saturday, May 5, from 12 to 6 p.m., Southern Vermont College (SVC) will host the 3rd Annual BATS Trail Mix event. SVC students in the Introduction to Sports Management course will once again put on the event in a partnership with the Bennington Area Trail System (BATS) to promote awareness, access, and…

Radiologic Sciences Students Present Updated Study of Imaging Exams at VSRT Conference

Recently, seniors from the Radiologic Sciences program at Southern Vermont College were invited to present a video they created on Image Gently, Image Wisely, entitled “Rads,” at the Vermont Society of Radiologic Technologists Conference in Rutland. Image Gently, Image Wisely is an awareness program started by the American College of Radiology, American Society…

SVC Student Authors to Read at Northshire Bookstore

Three students from Southern Vermont College’s Shires Press Publishing Program will read from their newly-published works on Monday, May 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester. The Program, a collaboration with the Northshire Bookstore, is a unique curriculum available through the College’s Hunter Division of Humanities that guides…

SVC Science Professor Receives Vernier Software and Technology Award

Southern Vermont College is pleased to announce that Marielle Postava-Davignon, Assistant Professor in The John Merck Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, received the Vernier Software and Technology Award. This award was given for a project entitled “Climate Effects on Maple Ecology at Southern Vermont College,” a proposal involving students in a long-term…

SVC Community Celebrated 40 Years with the TRIO Program

Southern Vermont College community celebrated 40 years with the TRIO program. The College’s Center for Teaching and Learning houses TRIO, a federally-funded program designed to provide enhanced support to targeted individuals—the first in their families to go to college, from low-income households, and/or having a documented disability—as they progress toward college graduation.

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