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Browsing CAPA Lectures, Series, and Events by Title

Browsing CAPA Lectures, Series, and Events by Title

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  • Dunne, Matt; Paige, H. Brooke; Minter, Sue; Campion, Brian (Senator), Moderator; Sgorbati, Susan, Moderator (2016-03-28)
    Informational poster on Gubernatorial candidate speaker events, March 28 & 29, and April 7, 2016.
  • Dee, Tom (SVMC); Wood, Dr. Avery, MD; Bandman, Ceil (Communication in Medicine); Allard, Billie (SVMC); Vogel, Cathy (Department of Health); Fels, Jennifer (Blueprint for Health and Spoke Program); Brady, Mr. Mike, DDS; Walke, Nissa (Vermont Dept. of Health); Fischesser, Sadie (Human Services); Lane, Stephanie (Shires Housing); Andrews, Sue (Bennington Free Clinic/Kitchen Cupboard); Campion, Brian (Senator), Moderator; Sgorbati, Susan, Moderator (2016-10-27)
  • Center for the Advancement of Public Action (2014-11-13)
    Poster for a meeting on how young adults are choosing to travel and why, November 13, 2014.
  • Hierl, Lauren (Vermont Conservation Voters); Schuren, Alyssa (DEC Commissioner); Campion, Brian (Vermont State Senator) (2015-11-12)
    Last spring the Vermont Legislature passed legislation that aims to clean up Vermont’s waterways. This forum will provide an overview of the statewide plan, an update on its implementation, and an understanding of how ...
  • Unknown author (2015-09-24)
    Thursday, September 24, 2015, CAPA Symposium. This discussion will review energy policy in Vermont today, the history behind the state’s energy goals, and how the state plans to reach these goals. Panelists will ...
  • Ballestero, Andrea; Bessire, Lucas; Blanchette, Alex; Lyons, Kristina; Masco, Joseph; Mathews, Andrew; Moran-Thomas, Amy; Parrenas, Juno Salazar; Petryna, Adriana; Shpiro, Nick; Masco, Joseph (Organizer, University of Chicago); Bond, David (Bennington College, Organizer) (2017-05-26)
    A conference hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Public Action at Bennington College.
  • Unknown author (2012-04-16)
    The Water Dialogues was a series of discussions held April 16 - 21, 2012 at Bennington College. While access to water is considered to be a fundamental human right, available fresh water is diminishing causing food shortages, ...
  • Unknown author (2012-04)
    The Water Dialogues was a series of discussions held April 16 - 21, 2012 at Bennington College. While access to water is considered to be a fundamental human right, available fresh water is diminishing causing food shortages, ...
  • Unknown author (2012-04-16)
    The Water Dialogues was a series of discussions held April 16 - 21, 2012 at Bennington College. While access to water is considered to be a fundamental human right, available fresh water is diminishing causing food shortages, ...
  • Unknown author (2018-03-20)
    Experts from Afghanistan and Pakistan were recently brought together by CAPA and the Institute of Environmental Diplomacy and Security (IEDS) at the University of Vermont to discuss issues around the contested Kabul ...
  • Stryker, Susan (Professor) (2018-05-03)
    "What Transpires Now" by Susan Stryker is about the uses of transgender history for the present. This event is co-sponsored by Williams College as well as the following programs at Bennington College: Society, Culture ...
  • Unknown author (2016-09-17)
    Approximately 600 women are currently incarcerated on Riker's Island, New York's notorious jail. The Women's Community Justice Project (WCCJP) ...has developed a pilot program that will immediately divert women from Rikers ...
  • Women's Community Justice Project (WCJP) (2016-09-17)

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