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You will find that professors at Champlain take a different approach to your education: it's an approach that's personal, it's challenging on an individual level, it puts the focus on identifying your passion and talents, it involves extensive hands-on experience—and it dares you not only to exceed your academic potential, but also to begin actively shaping your future success.
Here are just a few of the faculty you will meet during Virtual Gap Program:
Dr. Laurie Quinn has served as Provost and Senior Vice President for Academics at Champlain College since 2014 and was appointed Interim President in June 2019. Dr. Quinn has provided leadership focused on academic excellence and innovation, supporting students, faculty, staff as Champlain's Chief Academic Officer and managing the successful growth of Champlain College Online.
Champlain's Data Science Program Director is not only training the next generation of data scientists, she's making data science and machine learning more accessible through a series of pioneering initiatives.
Program Director for Champlain's Psychology department, Dr. Bjarne Holmes also writes a blog for Psychology Today called "Love by the Numbers." He's an Associate Editor for the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, where he produces a podcast series for the journal, Relationships Matters.
As the Robert P. Stiller Chair of Management & the Academic Director of the Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry at Champlain College, Dr. Godwin considers herself privileged to be a part of her students' learning journeys, as well as contributing to advancing the field of globally responsible management through her research and writing.
Dr. Kylie King is an Assistant Professor of Business and Entrepreneurship and the Director of Champlain's Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship. She is passionate about experiential learning, teamwork, design thinking, and innovation, and teaches courses on these topics.
Dr. Kimberly Quinn teaches cognitive and positive psychology and is the Well-being and Success Coach at Champlain College. She's also a workshop facilitator, who frequently speaks on a variety of topics related to positive psychology, well-being, trauma-informed education, and mindfulness training for schools (students and/or faculty), human services agencies, and business organizations. Her recent research is on the influence of social media on the well-being of college students.