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Ray Vega


The Creative Mind

While teaching a fundamental lesson of jazz, trumpet player and senior lecturer in music Ray Vega will say, "Let's have a conversation." Then, the instant his student talks, Vega interrupts, jabbering incoherently. Looking confused, maybe insulted, the student asks the professor what he's doing. "I'm not listening," Vega replies. ...

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Deb Markowitz


Markowitz Appointed Visiting Professor in UVM's Rubenstein School

The University of Vermont Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources has appointed Deb Markowitz as a visiting professor, Nancy Mathews, dean of the school, announced today. Markowitz is the outgoing secretary of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, a position she held since 2011. Prior to her role leading the ...

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UVM's Stephanie Seguino is photographed between two police cars on a Vermont snowy day.


Vermont Police Data Show Racial Disparities in Traffic Policing

UVM study reveals notable disparities in how police officers from 29 departments across Vermont treat drivers by race.

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Art Professor's Book Cited on Best of 2016 Lists

“Ground: A Reprise of Photographs from the Farm Security Administration,” a project by photographer and UVM professor of art Bill McDowell, recently earned accolades as one of 2016’s top publications. “Mother Jones” included “Ground” on its list of standout photo books of 2016, and “Artnet News” placed the volume ...

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