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Welcome from the Dean

Antonio Cepeda-BenitoI’m happy to report that Academic Year 2013-2014 brought us a myriad of accomplishments and proud memories. Of the 2,598 UVM bachelor-level graduates, 1,193 (or 45.9% of the total) were CAS students. The most subscribed majors were Psychology (179), Political Science (125), and English (124), with Biology (103), History (102), Environmental Studies (76), and Economics (71) next behind. Read more.

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Spotlight on the Psychological Science Department

Psychological Science Faculty 2013 The Department of Psychological Science is a community of teacher-scholars, staff, and students dedicated to the mission of creating, evaluating, disseminating, and applying psychological knowledge and skills, with the goal of understanding and improving the lives of individuals, organizations, and communities.   Learn more from Department Chair William Falls.

Gift Will Add Classrooms and Studios for the Visual Arts at UVM

A gift from alumna Michele Resnick Cohen, UVM Class of 1972, and her husband, Martin Cohen, of New York, N.Y., will create new studio and exhibit space for students and faculty in the university’s Department of Art & Art History. The $2 million donation will be used to transform the interior at Burlington’s Elihu B. Taft School. Read more.

Honors Ceremony and Commencement

Theatre students at Commencement The 2013-2014 academic year came to a close with two big events, the CAS Honors Ceremony and Commencement, keeping graduating seniors and their families busy. Click here to see more pictures of this memorable weekend.

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