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The annual report of Southern Vermont College and ST Joseph College Community

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  • T H A N K Y O U ! chronicletheThe Annual Report of Southern Vermont College and St. Joseph College Community

    ANNUAL GIVING 2011-2012

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    SVCs 2012 students are grateful for your support!

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    PAIDBennington, VT 05201

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    the chronicle ANNUAL GIVING 2011-2012

    Oce of AdvancementSouthern Vermont College982 Mansion DriveBennington, VT 05201-6002802-447-6357www.svc.edu

    address service requested

    SOUTHERN VERMONT COLLEGE PRESENTS

    2012-1013 LECTURE SERIES & EVENTS

    SVC opens its Look Within, See Beyond: Stories of Empowerment and Change lecture series with a host of notable guest speakers:

    Poverty Is Not Destiny: Social Equity and Basic Justice in Americawith Eric J. Cooper, President of National Urban Alliance Eective EducationOctober 16, 2012, 2:10 p.m.Everett Mansion Theatre

    Poetry: Another Way of Knowing with Sydney Lea, Poet Laureate of VermontFebruary 12, 2013, 2:10 p.m.Everett Mansion Theatre

    For updates on SVCs lecture series and events, visit our Web siteat www.svc.edu.

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    STAY CONNECTED! We want to hear from you!Please send us your Class Notesand updated contact information toAlumni@svc.edu.

    Like us on Facebook at Southern VermontCollege Alumni.

    Follow us on Twitter at @SVCalumni.

    Your donation, no matter what size,will impact the lives and educationof SVC students. Support the futureof the College and give today.

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    As illustrated in the chart on right, student enrollment in the healthcare areas (Nursing, Radiology, Healthcare Management and Advocacy) make up more than 50% ofSVC's total student enrollment. It is likely this trend will continue. To meet the demands of increased student growth, the College has also increased faculty and staff,making it necessary to develop the new Healthcare Education Center (HEC). With this additional space, SVC can accommodate space demands in the Mansion and providea showcase area for its healthcare programs. --Dr. Albert DeCiccio, Provost

    HEALTHCARE EDUCATION CENTEROPENS IN HISTORIC MILL

    The 21st century study in health sciences has found ahome in a refurbished downtown mill. This fall, theHealthcare Education Center relocated to downtownBenningtons Holden-Leonard Mill. Occupying half oftwo oors of one wing, the Center houses four large classrooms able to accommodate 6070 students perclass and smaller breakout rooms for 2025 students.

    The facility will be shared by Nursing and Radiologic Sciences majors. Often, classes will integrate studies inboth majors, one of the fastest growing segments of SVCscommunity. Today, Nursing and Radiologic Sciences students comprise 54% or nearly 300 students.

    From the Acting Presidents Desk: James E. Beckwith, J.D., L.L.M.

    Look WithinSEE BEYONDDEAR SUPPORTERS OF SOUTHERN VERMONT COLLEGE,

    The start of the new school year is a time to celebrate the growth and strength of our institution. It is also time to take pride in our

    achievements. The SVC community is strong and vibrant; students, faculty, alumni and supporters are united in their goal to forge a pre-eminent role for the College. We measure achievements by the milestoneswe meet and value the intangible successes achieved in the classroom, onthe playing elds and in the career goals of our graduates.

    In May, we sent o the largest graduating class in the schools nearly90-year history. They are launching careers across the globe and closer tohome in the elds of education, nance and health services. We welcomedover 550 scholars to our campus in September holding those same loftygoals. Applicants and admitted students grew by 15% and 10%, respectively, year over year. But the numbers are more than notches on aruler; they are proof that the SVC model is a successful one.

    In a way, SVC has so much to boast about this fall a new major in Biological Sciences, expanded faculty and new facilities. But it is so muchmore it is welcoming the generation of today and tomorrow.

    Sincerely yours, James E. Beckwith

    New Enrollment by Major for Fall 2012Increase in Student Growth (at SVC)

    * Student Head Count by Year 2007 2012

  • IN MEMORIAM

    Honor Roll of DonorsHonor Roll of DonorsSouthern Vermont College gratefully acknowledges our generous donors for the 2011-2012 scal year. Thank you again for your commitment tothe mission of the College.

    President's Circle The Helen Dixon Kunzelmann Endowment Fund

    Dean's Circle The Poses Family FoundationCDeborah E. WileyCMr. & Mrs. Ira J. Wagner '83CDonald E. Axinn FoundationJames H. & Irene M. Hunter Charitable Trust

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    Scholar's Cirlce Milton & Dorothy Sarnoff

    Raymond FoundationSusan Hunter

    Everett Society Larry Cherkis & Joan BenjaminIngersoll-Rand Charitable

    FoundationThe Edwin S. Webster FoundationCCarmen J. Lawrence

    & Deryck A. PalmerCH.J. Promise FoundationTE Connectivity

    Courtyard Society Olin Scott FundCDr. Karen Gross

    & Mr. Stephen H. CooperCRaytheon

    Lantern Society AnonymousBob & Cora May Howe +CMr. & Mrs. Raymond D. LenoueWally & Jane AltesCMr. & Mrs. Michael F. RollaSouthwestern Vermont Health CareCooper Surgical Inc.

    Cascade Society Sargent Production/

    Stephen SargentCVermont Community FoundationVermont Student Assistance Corp.Caroline, Paul, Lesley

    & Robert ConsalvoJohn & Katherine PatersonDr. & Mrs. Ammon Broughton

    PeckCDr. James GozzoCJohn W. BaackesJon Goodrich & Jan NoyesMr. Peter Donavan

    & Dr. Nancy ScattergoodCAnonymousCTerry Dewey

    Keystone ClubDr. & Mrs. William KettererMark '03, '08 & Priscilla KlauderBank of BenningtonCenterline Architects & Planners PCDr. David & Mrs. Sue MetznerCFrances & Tim HolbrookCMSK Engineering & Design, Inc.Norma & Ted ThomasCMr. & Mrs. Foster DevereuxPrue Electric/Deirdre Prue '99United Educators Management Co.

    Cornerstone Club Mr. & Mrs. Ken MoriartyCMark & Suzy DonavanScott & Linda LippacherAnne Hopkins Gross & Glenn GrossDonald & Angelina RobertsonCDr. & Mrs. Michael BradyCMary E. Jones '92Mr. & Mrs. Edward CotterCMr. & Mrs. James Rigby '94The Gannett FoundationGreg WinterhalterCWassick's Tire ServiceCAndy & Nancy McKayAnn A. Blake & Joseph WheelockHenry & Mary FlyntJen Holley '91Jerome ConstructionLee & Tammy Grabner '95 & '93Macy's FoundationMr. Daniel A. FacillaMrs. Bill EpsteinCSteve LoveWoodward Design

    Mt. Anthony Club Dr. & Mrs. Albert DeCiccioDr. & Mrs. Frederick LoyCCatherine BurnsCDavid M. Walsh, Jr. '69Dr. & Mrs. Robert PezzulichCEdison GiftsEugene P. Tripp '66CFrances P. TerrazasHelen T. ButlerJane BurkhardtCLynn & Peter Green/Four Chimneys

    Inn & RestaurantMedicis Global Services Corp.Mr. & Mrs. Frank Orr '67Reverend & Mrs. Thomas SteffenCRichard OrganisciakRobert & Judith BrowerJennifer S. WinkelmanCLaurie ForfaCChristopher Candon '87Col. (Ret.) & Mrs. James W.

    Baker '91CGrandma WoodwardCJean E. MillerCMr. & Mrs. Robert P. Smith

    Rosanne Tripp Beauchamp '68CMr. & Mrs. James E. BeckwithPaul Linnehan '90Kathleen A. Reed '76CAnne Marie '76, '91 & Paul RenziC.L. White Glass, Inc.CCarol and Bob StegemanCarolyn G. Bratcher '53, '85Christopher J. Pedley '01CClifford Painting CompanyDavid & Brenda BabcockDavid & Colleen LittleDeborah & R. William BergDon & Melanie McKennaDr. & Mrs. Kenneth CestoneCDr. & Mrs. Richard FabriciusCEllen B. EnnisEric & Gloria KosterFrank & Mary MacchiarolaFrederick & Constance WestGerrit & Ellie Kouwenhoven+Heather & Hardin Marion/

    Lindsey Jory Brooks '86Joel & Nina LentznerJoel PhelpsJohn M. Gariepy '83Kathleen Babcock '11Lane R. Perrins '82Liz HannockMarjorie GirthMary GeannelisMerritt S. Hewitt '85CMr. & Mrs. Donald J. Cone '60CMr. & Mrs. Jason Keddy '92Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Angarone '97Mr. & Mrs. Mark Eichhorn '84 & '90Mr. & Mrs. Russ CarpenterMr. & Mrs. Thomas JacobsMs. Joni Henderson '96NRG Global GivingCR.K. Miles, Inc.CRichard A. Gray '68CRuss & Lucille Launderville '01CRuth A. GoldstoneCRyan D. Sullivan '01CShelley & Jay LeBoffTaconicCTerrance Reading & Virginia

    Anne WolfeThomas G. Jozitis '78Timothy M. Abbazia '84Tom Redden & Kimberly FriedmanTom and Sue GeeVermont Roofing Company, Inc.Virginia Baldwin '49CWarren & Barry KingC

    Mountaineer Club Dr. & Mrs. John LaPentaCLynda SinkiewichMr. Tristan W. Armstrong '93Ms. Maureen Koch '81Marion & Dennis WhitefordCBeth McLean '00, '06

    Dr. Scott O'CallaghanBernice & Irwin ShainmanCharles Lewitt '67Cumberland Farms, Inc.Deborah & John WilliamsDonald LeSage '68Dr. & Mrs. Robert OttingerCEllen Perry BerkeleyCEric DrouartGeorge Haynes '93Jeffrey Noga '79, '91Jennifer NelsonJim and Lodie ColvinLloyd Dean '81Mark Reinstadler '94Martin's MobilMr. & Mrs. Donald E. Hayes '87Mr. & Mrs. William E. PearsonCMr. Cameron Sours '90Mrs. J. Edmund WelchPeter & Kathleen HechtCShana Stalker '94 & Michael KinnaSharon & Larry Stepp '82St. Pius X ChurchSuellen F. SolomonSusan SykasTammy KennyTexaco Xpress LubeTravis G. LeBel '89CTrudy Anderson '85CJim McDonaldRosalie Leach '92Edward Haberek, Jr. '89Lucille Bostwick Cook '51, '72CMr. Alfred E. Allard '42CSarah KnappJanet & Dean HansonMadeleine C. Roy '70CWilliamstown Savings BankCAdam G.