Johnson State College in the News, 2010-2011

Below you can read summaries of news stories related to JSC. Links to the stories are provided when available.

5.26.11 "Russian Girl Finds Life Can Be a Dream" JSC honors student Nina Teed is profiled by the Stowe Reporter.

5.24.11 "Under the Dome" Rich Westman talks about winning the JSC Distinguished Alumni award for 2011 in the News and Citizen. (Links to pdf)

5.19.11 "We Must Invest in College Success" JSC Director of Academic Support Services discusses recent cutback to TRIO in a Burlington Free Press "My Turn" column.

5.17.11 "Jobs and Buying Local" In The Burlington Free Press, JSC Professor and VT State Senator Bill Doyle discusses his views on the relationship between jobs and keeping your dollars in the area.


5.5.11 "A Few Quibbles About College Report" JSC Professor Tyrone Shaw debates a few points made by Burgess' article.

4.21.11 "Budget Squeezes Johnson State" JSC alum Nathan Burgess covers budget developments at JSC in the Stowe Reporter.


3.2.11 A Multitasking Couple Create Dance and Digital-Art Performance in Vermont" Seven Days talks to Assistant Professor Sean Clute and his partner Pauline Jennings about their recent move to Vermont and upcoming performance in Montpelier.


2.24.11 "Reporter Judged Best Weekly in Vermont" JSC alum Nate Burgess wins Rookie of the Year Award for his work on the Stowe Reporter.


2.21.11 Why Toddlers Throw Temper Tantrums" features Professor Gina Mireault as an expert on the topic of young children's meltdowns.


2.3.11 "Marc Awodey in Dibden Wings Gallery" Read more about Marc Awodey's exhibit, which hangs in the Dibden Wings Gallery through August 2011 in the Vermont Art Zine blog.


1.31.11 "Vermont Set to Mark Entrepreneurship Week" The Free Press provides an overview of Vermont's marking of this national celebration of entrepreneurship. JSC is one of the sponsors of Team Vermont.


1.27.11 "The Big Chill: People Plunge into Lake Elmore for a Good Cause" The Stowe Reporter puts JSC student Axel Handy front and center on its story about the 2011 Polar Splash.


1.19.11 "Johnson Sends Replacement Names for Rep" The News and Citizen highlights three candidates from the Johnson/Eden area to replace outgoing representative Floyd Nease. Among the candidates is Jo Anne Edwards, JSC access services librarian.

12.2.10 "Students to Help Others During Break" The New Market Press covers three JSC students — Samantha Flint of Starksboro, James Dempsey of Lincoln and Jon Willson of Middlebury — who are working with anti-poverty projects in Chicago this spring as part of JSC's award-winning "Break Away" program of community service. Johnson State is a founding member of the Break Away program.

11.11.10 "Friday College Honors" Badgers Jennifer Ferrari and Allison Bataille made the North Atlantic Conference all-league teams.

10.27.10 "Johnson State College Holds Sustainability Day" Coverage of JSC's Sustainability Day on Oct. 20.

10.21.10 "Johnson State Looks to Alternatives"The Stowe Reporter turns the spotlight on JSC's Wellness & Alternative Medicine program.

10.6.10 Amber McCullock, JSC first-year goalie for the women's varsity soccer team, earned the North Atlantic Conference rookie of the week award for the week of Sept. 27. Check out the Free Press article

10.6.10 The News & Citizen covers the opening of the new Mac-based Media Arts Research Studio in the LLC. Read the article

9.10 "The Curious Case of Walter Mosley" Moment, the largest independent Jewish magazine in North America, profiles author Walter Mosley, a JSC alumnus. Read more

8.29.10 "Happy New (Academic) Year for Collegians" The Burlington Free Press looks at what's new at Vermont colleges for the 2010-11 academic year.

8.18.10 "Gut Reactions" Seven Days looks at "odd" classes at Vermont colleges. JSC's First-Year Seminar, "Pretty or Nasty?" is among the highlights.

7.9.10 "The Wizard of Oz: QuarryWorks Musical Production Offers Surprises for Kids — and Adults" The Rutland Herald reviews the Adamant, VT theater's production of this classic story which features JSC Professor of Performing Arts Russ Longtin as the Wizard and various JSC students and alums, as well.