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CCV Offers Online Summer Course Options

first_imgReflecting the growing demand for classes that can be completed from apersonal computer anytime or anywhere, the Community College of Vermont isoffering over 120 credit-bearing courses during its summer 2004 session.Registration for online courses offered during the summer session is heldfrom April 26 to May 14.For Vermont college students looking to get a head start on the upcomingfall semester or looking to complete a degree requirement while away fromtheir home university for the summer, CCV’s online courses provide anaffordable and high quality option for meeting their educational goals.Credits earned at CCV are readily transferable and, with the convenienceof more than 120 online courses, students can enroll in a CCV course fromanywhere in the world. Vermont residents also benefit from CCV’s in-statetuition rates, the most affordable college tuition in the state.Online offerings cover a wide range of subjects, including business,computer science, humanities, math, science, and psychology. Among thenew classes offered this term are: Desktop Operating Systems, Introductionto Corrections, and The Literature of New England. The summer session alsoprovides a strong offering of cross-cultural courses, such as ModernMiddle East History, Peace & Turmoil in the 20th Century and Race,Ethnicity, Class & Culture. CCV is also offering 12 “hybrid” courses thatcombine online and classroom learning. These include: Human Anatomy &Physiology I & II, Natural History of Vermont, and Introduction toCounseling Theories & Practice. To view a full selection of summer onlinecourses, please go to www.ccv.edu/online(link is external).To help students acquire the special study skills required to besuccessful learners on the Web, CCV offers free online learning workshopsat each of the sites. Dates and times are listed on the Web site, or youcan contact your local CCV office.Students may register at www.ccv.edu/online(link is external) from April 26 to May 14, or atlocal CCV offices starting May 10. Classes for the summer session beginMay 24. Since many online classes fill quickly, early registration isrecommended. Financial aid is available to qualified students. For moreinformation call your local office or CCV’s online office in Newporttoll-free, at 1-800-287-4431.A Vermont State College, CCV offers associate degree and certificateprograms at 12 learning sites around the state located in Bennington,Brattleboro, Burlington, Middlebury, Montpelier, Morrisville, Newport,Rutland, Springfield, St. Albans, St. Johnsbury, and the Upper Valley.last_img read more


Syracuse Director of Football Operations Brad Wittke issued ‘public reprimand’ for role in sideline altercation

first_imgYooo #Syracuse’s QB has marbles! Savage tackle after he throws a pick and then gets up ready to rumble. #Cuse #BC #CollegeFootball pic.twitter.com/UnIAeU7C5x— The PUP List (@ThePUPListBlog) October 22, 2016 UPDATED: Monday, Oct. 24, 2016 at 8:38 p.m.Syracuse has publicly reprimanded Director of Football Operations Brad Wittke for shoving Boston College defensive back William Harris in a scrum during Syracuse’s game against Boston College on Saturday, SU Athletics announced Monday night. SU will have no other comment and it appears Wittke avoided any severe repercussions.SU made the decision after consultation with the Atlantic Coast Conference, the release said. Syracuse Athletic director John Wildhack reviewed the footage and determined “Wittke engaged in unsportsmanlike behavior by making contact with Boston College player William Harris.”“I apologize to William Harris, Coach Addazio and the entire Boston College football team for my actions Saturday,” Wittke said in the release. “While trying to prevent the situation from becoming worse I made contact with William, causing him to fall to the ground. I take responsibility for that and regret that it happened.”Syracuse head coach Dino Babers did not comment in the release. Through an SU spokesman, Babers will not comment on the issue.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text The play started when Eric Dungey threw an interception on Syracuse’s first drive of the game. Dungey dragged Harris out of bounds to prevent a touchdown on the interception return, but then proceeded to spin and throw Harris head first into the ground well beyond the boundary line.Eagles linebacker Matt Milano stood over Dungey on the sideline before Dungey shoved him into Harris and to the ground. Harris got up and Dungey charged forward with Wittke beside him, both combining to knock Harris over a table and to the ground again.After the game, Boston College head coach Steve Addazio said he saw “some stuff went down over there” that needed to be addressed.“I hold all members of our athletics program to highest standard of conduct, and support the Atlantic Coast Conference’s commitment to sportsmanship,” Wildhack said. “I’ve spoken with Brad and he fully understands that his actions were not appropriate.” Comments Published on October 24, 2016 at 6:28 pm Contact Jon: [email protected] | @jmettus Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more


Tottenham face fight to sign Monaco ace

first_img Monaco striker and Tottenham target Anthony Martial 1 Bordeaux have joined the race to sign Tottenham target Anthony Martial.Martial was not part of the Monaco squad which lost 4-1 to Bordeaux on Saturday, adding to the speculation that he is set to leave the club.It had been thought that Tottenham would snap up Martial, who has been touted as the new Thierry Henry.However Bordeaux manager, Willy Sagnol, confirmed after Saturday’s match that he is interested in signing the 18-year-old.“He lacks a bit of experience, but he’s a player I think about a lot,” he told Canal Plus.last_img


Man City will soon score 10, says Watford’s Ben Foster

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