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Energy Use and the Psychology of Change

Energy Use and the Psychology of Change

GMP College Connections offers presentation and interactive discussion on Energy Use and the Psychology of Change.

Ever wonder why we often resist making changes that would improve our lives? Have you resisted changing how you use energy, even while knowing it could save you money?

Those questions will be answered when College of St. Joseph’s Dr. Robert Goddard offers a fascinating look at energy use habits and the psychology of change resistance. Goddard is the Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty at College of St. Joseph. He holds a doctorate in human and organizational systems.

GMP College Connections is a partnership between GMP and all four Rutland County colleges.

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Langston Hughes One-Man Show

Langston Hughes One-Man Show

Actor David Mills will perform renditions of the works of Langston Hughes, a respected poet of the Harlem Renaissance on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 6:30 p.m in College of St. Joseph’s Tuttle Theater.

Mills is a writer and actor based out of New York who has worked in the dramatic and literary communities for more than a decade. Mills lived in Hughes’ landmark home for three years, where he was inspired to create a one-person dramatic rendition of Hughes’ poems and short stories.

The event is free and open to the public.

 

 

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CSJ hosts “The Works of Langston Hughes” one-man show

CSJ hosts “The Works of Langston Hughes” one-man show

David Mills will perform renditions of the works of Langston Hughes, affectionately referred to as the Shakespeare of Harlem, in a one-man show.

The performance will be held in Tuttle Theater on the College of St. Joseph campus, located at 71 Clement Road in Rutland, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Free and open to the public.

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“Freedom of Mind”: Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day

College of St. Joseph will host a presentation by Dr. Paul Miller of Green Tech High Charter School in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 16.

He will discuss a variety of topics including identity, the Curse of Willie Lynch, learned helplessness, and a fixed mindset versus a championship mindset, all through the lens of his personal story and his book, “We Need to Do Better.”

Dr. Miller has more than 15 years experience in the urban public education system. He has served as CEO and principal of Green Tech, a nonprofit devoted to providing young males the tools to successfully obtain a higher education in Albany, N.Y., since 2012.

According to the Schott Foundation, 37 percent of black males graduate high school within New York state. Green Tech is composed 95 percent of black males. GTH had a 91 percent graduation rate in 2015, as well as 100 percent rate of college acceptance every year under Dr. Miller’s leadership.

Dr. Miller is also an education consultant for Urbane Education Alterations, a consulting firm he founded alongside Dr. Leonard Brock, that is dedicated to the development and reform of education and businesses.

He joined the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, an international civil rights organization, as a council member of the Next Generation Leadership Council in 2015. He has received numerous awards, including being recognized as one of the top 40 under 40 African American Leaders in Rochester in 2011. He is a graduate of St. John Fisher College and SUNY Brockport.

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Rutland County Farmers Market Holiday Fair

Rutland County Farmers Market Holiday Fair

The Rutland County Farmers’ Market Christmas Fair will be held on Friday, December 2 from 10 am – 6 pm and Saturday, December 3 from 9 am – 4 pm at College of St. Joseph in Rutland, VT.

Lots of great holiday gifts will be available. Over 60 crafters will be attending with sewn, floral, jams & jellies crocheted & knitted items, and much, much more.

Lunch is available.

For more information call Judy Dark at (802)773-4813.

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A Conversation on Middle Eastern Culture

A Conversation on Middle Eastern Culture

Monday, Nov. 28, 6:30 p.m.

College of St. Joseph is hosting a panel discussion on Middle Eastern Culture.

Panelists include Erika Berner, a CSJ business professor and former resident of the Middle East; Bruce Dobbins, a consultant who resides in the Middle East; Doug Weber, an adjunct philosophy teacher at CSJ and Castleton University and former resident of the Middle East; and Bruce Bishop, a professor of Religion at CSJ.

In addition to briefly speaking as a panel, there will also be an audience Q&A session.

The event is free and open to the public.

College of St. Joseph’s Tuttle Theater, 71 Clement Rd., Rutland

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CSJ hosts second annual Hunger Banquet

CSJ hosts second annual Hunger Banquet

College of St. Joseph is hosting its second annual Hunger Banquet, exploring the connections between poverty and hunger as part of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, on Wednesday, Nov. 16.

College of St. Joseph welcomes Hanna Snyder, volunteer coordinator for Vermont Foodbank, as the evening’s keynote speaker. Snyder will explore hunger in Vermont and what the Foodbank is doing to alleviate the burden for families and children across the state.

The Hunger Banquet will be held in St. Joseph Hall on the CSJ campus at 71 Clement Road in Rutland, beginning at 6 p.m.

The event is open to the public, and the College is accepting donations to benefit Vermont Foodbank at the door.

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Radiologic Science Center at Bucci Hall Open House

Radiologic Science Center at Bucci Hall Open House

College of St. Joseph invites you to join them as they celebrate the official opening of the recently renovated Radiologic Science Center at Bucci Hall.

Come see the newly renovated facility, learn more about the College’s Radiologic Science programs and equipment, meet some of the Radiologic Sciences faculty and enjoy appetizers and refreshments.

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