Ian Joughin ’86 part of scientific team charting the collapse of Antarctica's glaciers.
Jeff Salisbury ’91 shares new drum method through top music publisher Hal Leonard.
Catching up with the accomplished author on her fascinating life, career, and the publication of a new memoir, "Daring: My Passages."
"Out on a Limb," made by T-Bar Films, a media cooperative founded by alumni and brothers Tyler Wilkinson-Ray ’12 and Elliot Wilkinson-Ray ’11, documents the skiing skill and determination of alumnus Vasu Sojitra ’13.
Microphilanthropy effort provides scholarship support for life-changing study abroad experiences.
A Conversation with David Zweig ’96, author of Invisibles: The Power of Anonymous Work in an Age of Relentless Self-Promotion
A shared journey joined at UVM
Helping Utica, New York's, new Americans
Advocate for nurses' research wisdom
Bridging markets for Peruvian artisans
Dolphin cognition expert and science writer make perfect sense as compatible skills. But you wouldn’t expect to throw movie/television/radio voice artist into the mix. Meet Justin Gregg ’98.
Rob Cox ’89, an award-winning journalist for Reuters, shifted his personal and professional focus after the tragedy of Sandy Hook Elementary.
Jan Reynolds ’78 explores the power of bringing a feminine mindset to the challenges of adventure expeditions.
A “game-changing” environmental studies class with Amy Seidl and the cooperative experience of Slade Hall put Eric Heineman ’04 on the path tohelping lead sustainability efforts in one of the nation’s largest states.
Stern Center celebrates thirty years
A character actor's career arc
Angela Patten ’86 explores her Irish upbringing in a new memoir, High Tea at a Low Table.
Bostonians 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.
Vermont’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.
Helping protect agricultural workers from pesticides is a key focus for public health researcher/native Vermonter Melissa Perry ’88, professor and department chair at George Washington University.
Philly teacher Zachary Wright ’05 connects his students with his alma mater
Claire Laukitis ’12 and Peter Neaton ’11 are taking the community supported agriculture model and applying it to the icy waters of Alaskan fishing.
Alumna’s career spans Broadway to kids’ television
Intrepid alumnus takes the field, lives to write about it
Timothy Stewart ’09 is redefining popsicles in San Francisco's food scene.
Alumna helps bring work of innovative WWII unit to light
Patrick Murphy ’85 has helped lead U.S. diplomacy in Burma.
Jay Nash ’98 is poised for a new CD release and tour, the latest steps in his career as a singer/songwriter.
Alumna Nilima Abrams' film project documents progressive Indian school
A conversation with Will Alexander G’06, author of 'Goblin Secrets', winner of the National Book Award for young people's literature.
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.
Building 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.