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Remember the self-reflection, residencies, role-plays and fieldwork you put into your degree or certificate at Woodbury College or in Champlain College’s Mediation & Applied Conflict Studies program? Let’s celebrate your success at our anniversary event on September 28.
We’ll travel from Woodbury College to around the world through a “museum” of mementoes and memories from our alumni, so bring your artifacts and stories.
You’ll also see a fellow graduate in action in Dana Caspersen’s workshop, “Conflict and the Body: Experiments for Practitioners.” A part-time Vermont resident, she is a conflict mediator, and choreographer and dancer with the Forsythe Company in Germany.
|2-2:30 p.m.||Arrival and setup for museum on walls and tables|
|2:30-4:30 p.m.||Welcome and goals of the gathering from Julian
Dana Caspersen’s workshop
|4:30-5:30 p.m||Break and more postings for the museum. Cocktails and open-space discussions about the field|
|5:30-7 p.m.||Dinner and remarks
The early days of Woodbury—Larry Mandell and others
Mediation in different shapes and forms—Tammy Lenski
Recognition roast—Susan Terry
|7-9 p.m.||Music and dancing|
For our alumni gathering, we’d like to know what you have been doing professionally, to include your information in a 30-year retrospective of the Champlain-Woodbury College mediation program.
We invite you to bring either or both of the following:
Here are examples of items for the museum:
We’ll have labeling supplies, so you can identify yourself as the displayer and list your contact information.
At our celebration, we’ll display the rich variety of representations everyone brings. A key activity will be a museum walk around the room, which will seed some of our conversations and networking while we’re together and afterward.
Please RSVP to Denyse Perry at email@example.com.