Business and Industry Resources
- Adult and Continuing Studies
A listing of various on-campus sources of classes, workshops and more.
- Agricultural Experiment Station, Vermont
A state/federal partnership aimed at serving the agricultural needs of Vermont through research, including assuring the profitability of the state's major agricultural products.
- Center for Emerging Technologies (VCET)
VCET is a leading-edge technology business incubator. The Center offers selected early-stage businesses a menu of traditional incubator services such as furnished office and laboratory space, business consultation, shared office equipment, administrative support, business education and workshops.
- College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
Educating engineers, scientists and mathematicians in a broadly inclusive way.
- Community Development and Applied Economics (CDAE)
Supports sustainable local and international communities through interdisciplinary research, education, and outreach that serve the public interest.
- Conference and Event Services (CAES)
Your one-stop shop for regional and national event management needs.
- Davis Center, Dudley H.
Our new student center is an environmentally friendly building that also offers some of the best conference meeting space in Vermont.
- Employer Recruitment of Students, Alumni (Career Service Office)
Includes information and resources for students and alumni on careers, work study and internships; also helps connect businesses and non-profit organizations with potential employees, interns or volunteers.
- EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research)
Contributes to building an infrastructure which will improve the research competitiveness of Vermont scientists and engineers as well as bring National Science Foundation resources to the service of the broader community.
- Family Business Initiative (FBI)
School of Business Administration membership organization that provides Vermont businesses with tools and support to compete in both the local and global arenas.
- Graduate College
The Graduate College at UVM is responsible for all advanced degree programs except the program leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
- Job Listings and Applications, UVM
Web site including current and ongoing job openings and information on applying.
- Libraries Catalog, UVM
Search the UVM Libraries' collections by title, journal title, author, subject heading, call number or keyword.
- Plant Diagnostics Clinic
Aids Vermont greenhouses, farms and orchards by assisting in the identification and control of pests and diseases.
- Pre-MBA Sequence
Each of the courses in our "Pre-MBA Sequence" is a prerequisite for UVM's MBA Program. Completion of these courses is required before students are permitted to enroll in MBA courses.
- Purchasing Contracts, Bid Information
Includes information regarding purchasing and contracts for on-campus customers and off-campus vendors; RFP (request for proposal) process for purchases over $50,000 begins here.
- School of Business Administration
The School of Business at the University of Vermont provides for students a solid business education and shares the social awareness and environmental responsibility focus for which UVM is well-known.
- Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
The small business incubator through EPSCoR provides federal funding for small business to pursue innovative research and development ideas.
- Sustainable Business Program
During this Summer Institute, participants will explore the practices of business leaders who have dared to rethink the role of product design, marketing, and leadership to build successful enterprises.
- University Communications Office
Home of UVM news and public relations, the campus experts database and university publications including Vermont Quarterly and The View. Provides contacts and information for the media and other off-campus constituents.
- UVM Experts Guide
Locate faculty researchers by names, departments and areas of expertise; maintained by University Communications.
- UVM Innovations
For business partners and others interested in the practical applications of the university's research.
- Vermont Advanced Computing Core (VACC)
Provides computing infrastructure and expertise for the purpose of developing and supporting competitive research and commercial activities.
- Vermont Technology Council
Based at UVM through Vermont EPSCoR; a collaboration of university and college researchers, Vermont businesses and state government.
- Volunteers in Action (VIA)
A student-run umbrella organization that coordinates students' volunteer work in the Burlington community and beyond.