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All research, scholarship, and creative work generated at the University of Vermont is produced by, or under the supervision of, the faculty of the eight Colleges that comprise the University.
Details of the faculty's activities can be found by visiting the websites of the Colleges below.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) conducts a multifaceted research program in a wide variety of disciplines. As part of its land grant mission, CALS also cultivates, encourages and promotes research with a direct benefit to Vermonters.
College of Arts and Sciences
Within any major, and across any field of study within the College of Arts and Sciences, you will find students assisting faculty members with research or, with the guidance of a faculty mentor, producing their own original research or creative projects.
College of Education and Social Services
Research and scholarship are supported through a variety of channels at the College of Education and Social Services (CESS), including the CESS Research Council initiated in Fall 2007.
College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
The College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences is home to many excellent research centers including the Complex Systems Center, Smart Grid IGERT, Sustainable Transportation System Solutions, Vermont Advanced Computing Center and Vermont Space Grant Consortium.
College of Medicine
Research funding at the College of Medicine (COM) has increased 300 percent in the last decade, to more than $82 million annually. As the 7th oldest medical school in the nation, the college has a longstanding reputation for fostering groundbreaking research.
College of Nursing and Health Sciences
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) is part of the University Health Network connecting talented faculty practitioners, scientists, and scholars. Research spans a variety of disciplines, featuring two major themes: Basic, Clinical, Developmental and Behavioral Science, and Public Health Systems and Services.
Grossman School of Business
Faculty members of the School of Business Administration not only excel in education, research and practice, most bring real world business experience into the classroom and their research.
Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
The Rubenstein School targets three areas of emphasis for scholarly pursuit: Applied Ecology; Environment and Society; and Development and Use of Innovative Tools. The emphasis on integration of the knowledge and skills developed in these three areas contributes to the distinctiveness, quality, and growing national and international reputation of the School.
For more than 100 years, UVM Extension has delivered education tailored to local needs. UVM Extension integrates higher education, research and outreach to help individuals and communities put knowledge to work in their families and homes, farms, businesses, towns and the natural environment.