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Oct. 19, 2016: A Day in the Life of UVM

How do you measure the pulse of a university? Through one day and many details. A Day in the Life of UVM, Oct. 19, 2016. Join us, and add your story to the conversation on social media: #uvmditl.

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Student Interest Group Hosts Mondays with Palliative Care 10/24

The Larner College of Medicine Palliative Care Student Interest Group is hosting "Mondays with Palliative Care," beginning October 24, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Sullivan Classroom in the Larner Medical Education Center. Link to the schedule here. 

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On the UVM Medical Center Blog: Chuang Discusses Flu Symptoms and Prevention

This article originally appeared on the University of Vermont Medical Center blog and was titled “The Flu: What the Symptoms Are and How to Prevent It.” Author Justin Chuang, M.D., M.P.H., is a first-year family medicine resident at the UVM Medical Center and clinical instructor in family medicine at the Larner College of ...

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Graduate Student Research Showcase Features Alumna Anne Huot

The UVM Medical Alumni Association (MAA) is hosting the 2016 Graduate Student Research Showcase Program Tuesday, October 18, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Anne E. Huot, M.S.'88, Ph.D.'90, president of Keene State College in N.H., and the 2016 MAA Distinguished Graduate Alumni Award Recipient, delivered the keynote presentation at the ...


President and Provost Dedicate Display Celebrating Faculty Talent and Achievement

President Tom Sullivan and Provost David Rosowsky unveiled a new permanent display on Tuesday afternoon showcasing the university’s most accomplished faculty. The display is located on the third floor of the Waterman Building near the registrar’s office.   


VT LEND's Diversity Mission Strengthened by $2.65 Million HRSA Grant

It’s tough enough for any family of a child with special needs to navigate the reams of paperwork required for services or understand the medical jargon related to the child’s disability. For people who speak little English, come from a different racial or ethnic background, or live on lower-than-average income, those ...

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