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
Alumna’s career spans Broadway to kids’ television
Intrepid alumnus takes the field, lives to write about it
Claire Laukitis ’12 and Peter Neaton ’11 are taking the community supported agriculture model and applying it to the icy waters of Alaskan fishing.
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.
A trio of UVM alumni—Leon Heyward, Trevor Jackson, and Nancy Barthold—were part of the emergency operations team that helped see New York City through Hurricane Sandy and the storm's aftermath.
In a career dedicated to advocacy on environmental issues, the latest film by Jill Rosenblum Tidman '94 is the Redford Center's Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West.
Chris Walters '96 embraces the challenge as The Weather Channel's new chief operating officer.
Matt Getz ’05 and colleagues received a 2012 Emmy Award for cinematography for their outstanding work in tough circumstances on "Deadliest Catch."
Melissa d’Arabian ‘90, Food Network host and author of Ten Dollar Dinners, gives practical advice for students learning to cook for themselves.
One 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.
Just two years out from graduation, alumna Sasha Fisher '10 has wasted no time putting her self-designed major to use. If "human security" sounds abstract and philosophical (just the sort of lofty, idealistic concept that bright, optimistic undergraduates might enjoy probing during their four years in college), Fisher has found a way to bring her choice of study back down to Earth.
A conversation with author Caleb Daniloff ’94
Kirsti Dahly ’11, Sam Vary ’11, Oliver Chase ’11, Sam Mishcon ’11, Ross Cunningham ’11 Recent grads put Russian degrees right to work.
Rising stand-up comedian makes debut on Letterman.
Director of site operations and senior location executive at IBM Burlington
Founder of home textile businesses Pine Cone Hill, Dash & Albert Rug Company, and Annie Selke Home