David Godkin’s introduction to Royall Tyler Theatre came in 1974 – the year the renovated former gymnasium opened – when the first-year class of ’77 alum appeared in a production of T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral.
Seven UVM students and graduates received Fulbright Scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year. The prestigious awards are yearlong fellowships which enable seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students to live abroad and represent the United States as a part of the world’s largest intellectual and cultural exchange ...
By a vote of 335 to 303, University of Vermont staff members chose not to be represented by the Vermont State Employees Association union. A simple majority of employees who participated in the Dec. 16-17 election was required to determine the outcome.
Just one of 223 years in UVM's long history, 2014 has had its share of memorable moments. This list shows the range of successes and fun we've had -- whether right here on our campus or on the world stage. Read on to relive some of the year's highlights.