Education and Enrichment for Everyone

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Description

Education & Enrichment for Everyone (EEE) offers a series of stimulating talks on a variety of topics each fall and spring. Speakers are experienced presenters with expertise in their fields, and each lecture is followed by a lively question and answer period. Lectures are open to all. EEE is an independent non-profit organization offering lifelong learning programs in Chittenden County since 1990. It is led by volunteers and supported by dues and donations. For more information about EEE, email info@eeevermont.org

Programs in this Series

Format: 2021-10-19
Format: 2021-10-19
Monuments, Memory and Loss in the American Cityscape - 10/22/2021
Kelley Helmstutler Di Dio, Professor of Art History and Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Vermont
Doing and Undoing - 10/15/2021
Xusana Davis, Executive Director of Racial Equity, State of Vermont
The Dysfunctional Congress - How It Got This Way and Why It Matters - 10/08/2021
Linda Fowler, Professor of Government, and Frank J. Reagan, Chair in Policy Studies, Emerita, Dartmouth College
The Need for Justice Reform - 10/01/2021
Jessica Brown, Visiting Professor in Criminal Law and Procedure, Vermont Law School; former Supervising Attorney, Chittenden County Public Defender Office
Timeless and Thoroughly Modern - Maple Production in Vermont - 09/24/2021
Mark Isselhardt, Maple Specialist, Proctor Maple Research Center, University of Vermont
Lost and Found - John Singleton Copley at Shelburne Museum - 09/10/2021
Thomas Denenberg, Director, Shelburne Museum
Politics 2021 - The New Administration after Two Months - 03/26/2021
Eric Davis, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Middlebury College
Promises, Promises - Do Presidents Keep Their Foreign Policy Campaign Pledges? - 03/19/2021
Melissa Willard-Foster, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Vermont
What the Center for Cultural Pluralism Does at the University of Vermont and Why That Name? - One Person’s Viewpoint - 03/12/2021
Sherwood Smith, Senior Executive Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Director, Center for Cultural Pluralism; University of Vermont
How COVID-19 Has Transformed VTDigger's Reporting - 02/26/2021
Anne Galloway, Founder and Editor of VTDigger and Executive Director of Vermont Journalism Trust
Freedom Fighters Reconsidered - Contemporary Views of John Brown, Harriet Tubman, and Frederick Douglass - 02/19/2021
Will Nash, Professor of American Studies and English and American Literatures, Middlebury College
Leading in a Post-COVID-19 World - Challenges and Opportunities - 02/12/2021
Benjamin Ola. Akande, President, Champlain College