Across a beloved Vermont landscape, UVM scientists are looking closely—species by species—at what a warming climate could mean.
Looking to better match your work with your values? Alumni Nat Koloc and Evan Walden’s ReWork might have your answer.
Vermont politics lean toward civility. Alumni Phil Scott and Shap Smith are two leaders in Montpelier helping set that tone.
With the strength of a major gift and vision of a new director, UVM Hillel takes a growing role in campus life.
- Investment of a LifetimeProfessor Kathleen Liang’s “Dollar Enterprise” course has become deeply ingrained in UVM culture.
- A ReturnUndergrad Jesse Baum finds insight in her Jewish grandmother’s emotional return to her hometown in Germany.
- Honoring Top FacultyNew investiture event puts spotlight on endowed professorships and chairs.
- STEM: A Beginner’s GuideYou’ll be hearing a lot about STEM at UVM in the future. Here’s what you should know now.
- Voices from the pastProfessor Emeritus Frank Manchel mined decades-old interviews for an illuminating look at the African-American experience in film.
- ‘A way to be in the world’Angela Patten ’86 explores her Irish upbringing in a new memoir, High Tea at a Low Table.
- ROOFTOP TO TABLEBostonians just might have alumni John Stoddard ’99 and Courtney Hennessey ’99 and their innovative urban farm to thank for that fresh arugula on their plates.
- PADDLING PAST CANCERVermont’s dragonboat team, which includes alumna and former VP Karen Meyer ’70 in its ranks, is a powerful healing force in lives touched by cancer.
- Soccer at 50The win over UConn in the first round of the 1989 NCAA Tournament is one of the great moments in UVM’s men’s soccer history. Goalie Jim St. Andre ’90 is pictured post-game at Centennial Field.
- Going WildClaire Laukitis ’12 and Peter Neaton ’11 are taking the community supported agriculture model and applying it to the icy waters of Alaskan fishing
- Philadelphia FreedomPhilly teacher Zachary Wright ’05 connects his students with his alma mater
- The People's CollectorsFleming Museum features gifts from famed Vogel collection
- In the GameIntrepid alumnus takes the field, lives to write about it
- A Performer’s LifeAlumna’s career spans Broadway to kids’ television
- Pop StarTimothy Stewart '09 is redefining popsicles in San Francisco's food scene.
- Documenting WWII's 'Ghost Army'kAlumna helps bring work of innovative WWII unit to light
- A World of WorkPatrick Murphy '85 has helped lead U.S. diplomacy in Burma.
- Following the MelodyNew music, new tour, Jay Nash ready to roll
- Messages to MaudeSpecial Collections' postcard series provides insight into early-twentieth century student life at UVM.
- A Fulbright to FilmAlumna Nilima Abrams' film project documents progressive Indian school.
- Fine Food in the FratWith a fine Italian chef in the kitchen, life is very good at Alpha Gamma Rho.
- Interview: Will Alexander G'06 A conversation with the author of Goblin Secrets, winner of the National Book Award for young people's literature.
- Joining Science and Art Rosemary Mosco's knowledge of the natural world, skills as an artist, and sense of humor come together in creating cartoons that just might teach you something.
- 130 Years and CountingGenerations of UVM students have learned about late nights and the thrill of a byline at the Vermont Cynic.
- From Lofty Idea to Lasting BusinessBuilding a dorm-room loft bed for a friend more than twenty-five years ago put alumnus Frank DeVita onto a business idea that’s still going strong.
- On the Storm FrontLeon Heyward '81, Trevor Jackson '83, and Nancy Barthold '83 take key roles in NYC's Sandy emergency efforts.
- Making Movies, Creating ChangeThe latest film production by Jill Rosenblum Tidman '94 is the Redford Center's Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West.
- Positive ForecastChris Walters '96 embraces the challenge as The Weather Channel's new chief operating officer.
- Lights! Camera! Real Action!Matt Getz '05 and colleagues received a 2012 Emmy Award for cinematography for their outstanding work in tough circumstances on "Deadliest Catch."
- Veggie Carpaccios to Nectar's friesMelissa d'Arabian, Food Network host and author of Ten Dollar Dinners, has practical advice for students learning to cook for themselves
- A Fine Hive MindOne of the world's foremost experts on Africanized bees—AKA "killer bees"—entomologist Dewey Caron '64 returned to UVM this summer as chair of a major beekeeper's conference.
- The Good FightA quick look at the UVM debate team.
- Ice Sheets, Isotopes, & Musk-Ox PizzaIn the field on the rapidly melting ice of Greenland with geology professor Paul Bierman and colleagues as they seek answers to the questions of climate change.
- Running through the PastA rambling conversation with author Caleb Daniloff '94 about his new book, Running Ransom Road.
- On GoalSoccer coaches Jesse Cormier '95 and Kristi Lefebvre have their squads ready to take it to new levels.
- Alumna's innovation creates opportunitySasha Fisher '10 and her non-profit spark community development in Africa.
- Tell me what (cheese) you eat…Professor Paul Kindstedt's journey into the history and meaning of cheese.
- DC3Alumni aiding the powerful and powerless in the nation's capital
- Mark DeMichaelis '87Mark DeMichaelis '87 has grown Olivia's Organics into a major produce player
- Jessica Greer Morris '90Catching Up with Jessica Greer Morris '90, one of Newsweek's "150 Fearless Women"
- Farmed Out Learn how CALS is now directly supporting research on a half-dozen best-practices partner farms located within an hour of campus.
- Through the Eye of a Student Slideshow of images capturing the lives of students and his own life
- A Deadly Mystery Slideshow features work of state biologist Scott Darling ’79 and others investigating the swift decline of bat populations
- Brother to Brother: UVM's Top Cats Video of the Tops Cats, UVM’s male a cappella group, on the