Education and Enrichment for Everyone



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

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