The Center for Student Ethics & Standards

Troy Headrick

Troy Headrick
Assistant Director
Student Conduct Program
Intergroup Dialogue Program
Project Discovery - Male Track


(802) 656-4360

Nicholson House, Room 104
41 So. Prospect St.

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

I am one of three Assistant Directors for the Center. I co-coordinate the Community Standards processes and oversee the Intergroup Dialogue Program.

How long have you worked at UVM?   

I returned to UVM after a 6 year absence in 2009. Prior to this position, I worked for the Department of Residential Life from 1996-2003.

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

During my absence from UVM, I created and co-owned a landscape design and installation business. My focus was on dry stone walling. I apprenticed with the Dry Stone Wallers Association of Great Britain. I would love to be able to spend my days building stone walls, but there's not a significant enough market to sustain the craft.

What brought you to UVM or Vermont?  

I moved to Vermont in 1996 from Minneapolis in order to explore a new part of the country. I have always been drawn to New England for some reason.

What's in your CD player right now?         

Pink Martini. My partner and I have loved the band from their start, and were fortunate enough to finally see them live when they were in Burlington for the Discover Jazz Festival.

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

If I'm buying, I grab a wrap I made at home and eat it at my desk. If you're buying, you can plan on taking me to New World Tortilla in the Davis Center. I love their Thai Chicken wrap and had my first when they were still operating out of a truck on the green.

What did you major in during college?

My undergrad degree is a Psychology major with a Sociology minor. I have a graduate degree in Higher Education Administration.

What is your best advice for a current UVM student?     

Spend deliberate time exploring and discovering your true passions. Then, find a way to allow your vocation to celebrate and incorporate those passions. Do so with integrity and sincere respect for those around you who are following their own passions.

What is your favorite season and why?             

I'm always ready for the next season, but Autumn is always too short.

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