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Research and Internships

Dan Koenemann on how undergraduate research helped him win a prestigious Goldwater scholarship.

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Bringing learning to life

Hands-on learning is integral to a UVM education. On campus, a major medical center, college of medicine, and numerous research facilities offer extraordinary experience for undergraduates drawn to the health and biological sciences. The Vermont landscape instructs students passionate about the natural environment. Engagement in education, social service, legal, business and other enterprise is supported by UVM's partnerships with organizations throughout Burlington, the region and abroad. We offer undergraduates an array of learning-by-doing opportunities, including:

Representation of undergraduate research projects

UVM remains proud that undergrads are exposed to a level of research that only graduate students experience at most other universities. Recently, undergraduates have taken part in, and even spearheaded, the following types of exploration:

Sampling of undergraduate internship employers

Students at UVM experience the thrill of enterprise and an association with the larger world by working for a wide range of U.S. and non-U.S. organizations: