Campus Kitchens Project (CKP) is a national level organization that works to link campuses to their communities creating sustainable healthy food systems. In many communities the main goal of CKP is to address hunger. While these issues (do) exist here in the North Country, St.
The Gender, Sex, and Sexuality Conference began in 2013 with the intention of gathering area faculty, staff, and students to talk about issues of gender, sex, and sexuality.
Fees: Faculty $55; Students $25
This year, we offer the option to donate to help fund a deserving scholar who otherwise could not afford. If you wish to donate, please follow the links on the registration page. If you need this funding, please contact a conference organizer as soon as possible.
Are you spending your time applying to posted job openings—postings that draw hundreds, and in some cases, thousands of applications? No matter how perfect you are for the job, there is always someone else who’s a little more qualified and more experienced. The key to success is breaking through to the hidden job market.
Career guru Donald Asher offers proven strategies for finding great opportunities in any industry. After hearing this presentation, you’ll stop wasting time and effort and beat the job-search odds by:
The Weave News 10th anniversary conference on "Citizen Journalism as Activism: From Local to Global" will conclude on Sunday, September 24 at the university's Eben Holden Center with a final set of workshops devoted to key topics in critical media literacy and key techniques in citizen journalism.
As part of the Weave News 10th anniversary conference on "Citizen Journalism as Activism: From Local to Global," Dr. Bill Yousman will present the conference's keynote lecture on "Clinging to Sanity: The Urgent Need for Critical Media Literacy in the Post-Truth Society." This event is free and open to the public.
The Weave News 10th anniversary conference on "Citizen Journalism as Activism: From Local to Global" will continue on the afternoon of Friday, September 22 with a set of hands-on workshops devoted to key topics in critical media literacy and key techniques in citizen journalism. All workshops will be held at the university's Eben Holden Center.
The Ellen C. Burt ’42 Endowment for North Country Education
Deborah Markley, is co-founder and managing director of the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship, a national non-profit organization. The Center works in partnership with communities to provide research-based, asset-focused comprehensive and customized entrepreneurial development assistance.