Welcome from the Dean
As I prepare these comments, the chill of the fall has begun to settle in Vermont, and we are only days away from the autumnal equinox. Fall is my favorite season. As the uncomfortable heat and humidity of summer begin to fade, the UVM campus comes alive with the buzz of new and returning students and faculty. The renewed energy is palpable as we are swept into the start of a new academic year. Read more.
Spotlight on Asian Languages and Literatures
The Department of Asian Languages and Literatures is the newest department at UVM; it may also be the smallest. At its founding in September 2007, it had four full-time faculty members and one part-time faculty member. Today it has six full-time faculty, three part-time visiting faculty members, and a part-time staff person. In the past four years, the Department has made great progress. Read more from Department Chair John Yin.
CAS New Faculty
Ten scholar-teachers have joined the CAS faculty. Read more about their formal education and areas of expertise. Pictured, clockwise from top left are: Makeda Best (Art and Art History), Adrian Del Maestro (Physics), Teresa Mares (Anthropology), and Yutaka Kono (Music).
Join us for our Reunion and Homecoming Weekend Open House on Saturday, Oct. 15, from 10:00 - 11:30 AM. Stop by our offices at 438 College Street to visit with Interim Dean Goldberg, faculty, and staff.
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