Professionals earn master’s degree from Champlain College BURLINGTON, Vt.–Twelve area professionals were among the graduates of Champlain Colleges online masters program in Managing Innovation and Information Technology in May. The area graduates were: Chad Berry of Burlington, Vt., a real estate paralegal with Wiener & Gale, PC in Burlington; Scott Eagle of Montgomery Center, Vt., the media coordinator for the office of Congressman Bernie Sanders; Jill Erwin of Waterbury Center, Vt., a network support specialist for Green Mountain Power; Sean Fairhurst of Burlington, Vt., a GIS applications developer for Fairhurst Professional Services, LLC; Elisabeth McCarthy of Shelburne, Vt., the catering manager with Sodexho Campus Services at the University of Vermont; Mahendar Narayan of South Burlington, Vt., a senior systems architect for Green Mountain Power; Danielle Ouellette of Bridport, Vt., an inventory specialist with Agri-Mark/Cabot; Michael Poczobut of Barre, Vt., a software engineer for IDX Systems Corp.; Gavin Schmidt of Burlington, Vt., director of technology at Shark Communications; Shubhashree Thekahally of South Burlington, Vt., a software engineering professor at Champlain College; and Julia Vaughn of Shelburne, Vt., the director of client services for Terry’s Tips. These professionals graduated from a business and technology program that is delivered completely online in a highly interactive, yet virtual environment. Taking as few as 18 months to complete, the program consists of small, instructor-led courses accessed via the Internet and it delivers a unique blend of business and information technology know how to position graduates to better manage technology use in their companies. http://www.champlain.edu/masters(link is external) # # #
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