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Sue Pochop

Sue Pochop
Office Manager

Email
spochop@uvm.edu

Phone
(802) 656-4360

Office
Nicholson House, Room 101
41 So. Prospect St.

Get to know Sue

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What is your role in the Center for Student Ethics and Standards?

I work with student records, the database, and run reports for statistics for the Center for Student Ethics & Standards. I really enjoy making updates to the CSES website. I answer the phone and greet people as they enter Nicholson House. I also supervise our remarkable work study students.

How long have you worked at UVM?

I have worked at the University of Vermont since 1998. I have been with the Center for Student Ethics & Standards since 2002. I chose to join the University community because I have often considered the educational environment to be a great place to work.

Name another career you would enjoy doing other than your own and why?

During the Fall 2012 semester, I was a TA for a computer applications course. I truly enjoyed working with the students and helping them to succeed. It taught me that my true calling really should have been to teach.

What brought you to UVM or Vermont?

I grew up in Vermont, went to college here, and raised a family here. It's where my roots are and although I hope to retire to warm climate, I will always have ties here in Vermont.

What is your favorite kind of music?

My radio and Pandora settings are set to play Country music. I will occasionally listen to pop music. I also enjoy music from the movies and listening to Disney music with my grandchildren.

What is your favorite place on campus to grab lunch and why?

My favorite lunches come from Pam’s Deli truck. She makes the best strollers and her special low-fat sauce is always spectacular.

What did you major in during college?

I have an Associates Degree in Executive Secretarial studies from Green Mountain College. I am currently working on obtaining the Certificate in Public Communication here at UVM.

What is your best advice for a current UVM student?

I suggest that UVM students put studies first. College is a time for growing and can be the best time of your life. However, if you blow it by not studying hard or partying too much, you will regret having wasted all that time and money. There are a lot of resources on campus that can help make your experience here worthwhile.

What is your favorite past time?

Most of my free time is spent with my grandchildren. However, in my spare time I enjoy reading historical romance novels. I am very artistic and enjoy many types of craft activities (crocheting, knitting, scrap booking, etc.). I collect souvenir spoons, lighthouses, and Christmas bells. I am a Justice of the Peace and Notary Public. I do quite a bit of volunteer work in my community. I enjoy playing word games on the computer.

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