University of Vermont

Cultivating Healthy Communities

Faculty Directory

William McMaster

Community Resource Development Specialist

Email:
bill.mcmaster@uvm.edu

Phone:
(802) 334-7325 ext.482

Office:
338 Highland Ave., Suite 3, Newport, VT 05855
Profile & Education

Bill McMaster's primary focus includes working with communities and organizations to develop a vision for the future. He has developed a curriculum called "Take Charge/ Re-Charge Sustainable Development for Vermont Communities".

Bill also works with downtowns utilizing the "Downtown and Business District Analysis" and conducts needs assessments, strategic planning and facilitation.

Education
  • M.Ed., Springfield College
  • B.S., University of Massachusetts
Areas of Expertise

Community Visioning; Downtown and Business District Analysis; Needs Assessment; Strategic planning; Facilitation.

Suggested Topics for Comment

Community visioning, downtown market analysis, needs assessment.

Publications
  • McMaster, W.J., Clark, S., (2010), Visioning Proceedings, Town of Plainfield
  • McMaster, W.J., (2010), Take Charge Proceedings, Town of Jericho and Underhill
  • McMaster, W.J., (2009), Farm Housing Analysis for a site in Greensboro, VT, A publication for Gilman Housing trust, Inc.
  • McMaster, W.J., (2009), Downtown and Business District Analysis, Town of Barton, VT
  • McMaster, W.J., (2008), Downtown and Business District Analysis, Town of Hardwick, VT
  • McMaster, W.J., (2008), Downtown and Business District Analysis, City of Newport, VT
  • McMaster, W.J., Dedam, J. (2007), Geotourism in the Northeast Kingdom Proceedings, a publication for the Nulhegan Gateway Association.
  • McMaster, W.J., (2007), Re-Charge Proceedings, Town of Brighton, VT
  • McMaster, W.J., (2007), Barton Celebration of Youth Proceedings, Town of Barton, VT
  • McMaster, W.J., (2007), Nulhegan Marketing Project Proceedings
  • McMaster, W.J., (2006), Town of Brighton Area Market Survey Results, Final Report
Associations
  • National Association of Community Development Extension Professionals (NACDEP)
Courses
  • Take Charge Re-Charge Sustainable Development for Vermont Communities
  • Downtown and Business District Analysis

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