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The School of Engineering offers a wide variety of outstanding undergraduate and graduate degree programs with an emphasis on interdisciplinary, fundamental education and research, and a deep appreciation for the societal impact of engineering.

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Michael Voity, network engineer in UVM’s Telecommunications and Network Services office; Patrick Clemens, cyber specialist at Vermont EPSCoR, a consortium of Vermont colleges led by UVM; and Randy Spooner, director of Telecommunications and Network Services.

06-29-2016

Net Gain

On a Saturday afternoon in January, Vermont young adult author Sarah Stuart Taylor found herself immersed in an animated discussion about writing. After sharing writerly wisdom at the Young Writers Project writing workshop she was leading at the Kellogg Hubbard Library in Montpelier, Taylor had asked the 20 teens in attendance to ...

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05-26-2016

Reddit Brings a UVM Evolutionary Robotics Class to the World

This story was published by Seven Days Newspaper on May 25, 2016

05-25-2016

2016 CS Award Winners Announced!

Congratulations to our Computer Science students for their academic proficiency and commitment to the CS Community! Award winners are:

05-22-2016

Gail Sheehy Urges Class of 2016: ‘Dare to Care’

Famed author Gail Sheehy spun out a commencement address to the University of Vermont’s Class of 2016 that transported her audience back to the UVM alumna’s own college days in the late 1950s, put them on the presidential campaign trail in 1968, and dared to ponder the essential definition of humanity in our technological age.

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Professional Licensure

UVM undergraduate engineering programs accredited by ABET (civil, environmental, electrical, and mechanical) may lead to professional licensure. Information on professional licensure of engineers in the State of Vermont may be found at the Vermont Secretary of State's Office of Professional Regulation (OPR) web site.

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