Month: September 2022

Trauma-Informed Yoga!
Clubs, Clubs & Activities!, Friday & Beyond, Wednesday

Trauma-Informed Yoga!

Trauma-Informed Slow Flow Restorative Yoga: A gentle movement yoga, fostering a mind-body connection that includes meditation and breathwork in a safe, non-judgemental space to embrace your self-care. Mondays | 4:30pm - 5:30pm Wednesdays | 3pm -4pm Haskell Hall Wellness Studio Bring your own mat; some will be available Dress Comfy!
Sustainability, environment, thinking green!
Clubs, Clubs & Activities!, Diversity/Inclusion, Friday & Beyond

Sustainability, environment, thinking green!

Students, Faculty, Staff, Castleton Community (yes, EVERYBODY!)-Be part of a team that focuses on educating, creating awareness, and takes action to improve the ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY for our campus.  Some early thoughts include protecting our pollinators, bringing local farmers to campus in a farmers market, funding students driven projects, and much more! The chair of the natural science department, Dr. Vermilyea, and Nate Forgan, Eco-Coordinator, thought it would be a stupendous idea if the sustainability club were to get back up and running! Working alongside the Eco-Reps, and the Campus Sustainability team, this would be a big step in Castleton’s sustainability! This opportunity would be fantastic for a resume builder and a great talking point to start a...
Hockey Club/Figure Skating Club!
Clubs, Clubs & Activities!

Hockey Club/Figure Skating Club!

Any students interested in being part of the Castleton Men's or Women's Ice Hockey Club or part of a newly forming Castleton Figure Skating Club, please email Steve Wolf, Spartan Arena Director at steven.wolf@castleton.edu with your contact information.
Calling for Student-Faculty Research Grant proposals!
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Calling for Student-Faculty Research Grant proposals!

Request for Proposals Student-Faculty Research Grants, 2022-2023:  These small grants are designed to support undergraduate students in their pursuit of scholarly projects with the guidance of a full-time faculty member. Thus, students should acquire a meaningful research experience by playing a key role in the development and implementation of the project. Scholarly activity is defined broadly to include “research endeavors that advance knowledge in a particular discipline or across disciplines.”  Award Information: The funds can be used to pay for: stipends of student collaborators ($10.50 per hour), student travel to professional meetings to present work based on this project, mileage for collecting data ($.62...
ARE YOU A SENIOR?
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ARE YOU A SENIOR?

Do you anticipate graduating in December 2022 or May 2023?  If so, have you completed the Application for Degree, located in Self Service?  If you have not completed the application for degree please complete it as soon as you can.  Otherwise you will not receive information about the requirements for graduation and receiving your diploma. To complete the Application for Degree please visit Self Service -Graduation overview. If you need further assistance to locate the application please contact Stephanie Cleveland at stephanie.cleveland@castleton.edu. *Vector credit: frdmn on vecteezy.com | Important red grunge stamp
Innovation Lab Hours!
Clubs & Activities!, Important Schedules

Innovation Lab Hours!

In case you didn't know, Castleton University's Innovation Lab is dedicated to providing the campus community with access to state-of-the-art 3D technology.  The lab is equipped with six 3D printers (traditional FDM and resin printers), a Glowforge laser cutter, virtual reality headsets, 3D scanners, and high-end computers for digital design.  Students, staff, and faculty have been using the lab to make virtual reality models, to print all kinds of 3D objects, to create 3D models of local artifacts, and many other things.   The Innovation Lab is located in Leavenworth 201 and is available to all members of the campus community. The lab is staffed by student interns and has the following hours this semester: Monday: 4:00 - 9:00 PM Tuesday: 12:00 - 9:00 PM Wed...
COVID-19 Updates!
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COVID-19 Updates!

New guidance for close contacts If you are a close contact or think you had close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19: please follow the CDC guidance for those exposed to COVID 19 ·         It is recommended that you wear a high-quality mask for 10 days as soon as you learn that you were exposed and: ·         If you develop symptoms, test immediately ·         Get tested at least 5 full days after your last exposure, even if you don’t develop symptoms. If you already had COVID-19 within the past 90 days, see specific testing recommendations. For more information regarding the protocol for close contacts, please visit this web...
Vermont State University Website!
Announcements & Events

Vermont State University Website!

As you may know, Castleton will officially join with Vermont Technical College and Northern Vermont University in July 2023 to become Vermont State University. We're excited about how this will transform your learning experience across the state. As part of the unification process, we're developing a new website. We want to ensure we understand how you use the current college website and how we can improve the experience for you and future students. We collected your responses until September 30th and are now processing the results.   If you have questions regarding the transformation, check out this website!
Faculty and Staff: We need your Help!
Announcements & Events, Friday & Beyond

Faculty and Staff: We need your Help!

Hello faculty and staff, Do you want free babysitting during one (or more) Saturdays this semester? My name is Cara Bailey and I am teaching the PSY-5211: Assessment I: Cognitive course within the School Psychology graduate program this semester. As part of the course requirements, students are expected to show competency in cognitive test administrations. We are in need of participants between the ages of 5 and 21 to help our students learn these tools. Results are not shared nor are valid because the students are still learning these instruments. The dates we need participants for are Saturdays: October 15, November 12, and December 10, and participants can choose either the morning and afternoon, with the morning sessions starting at 8:30 am and afternoons starting at 1:00 pm. Thin...