The Center for Research on Vermont is an interdisciplinary network of scholars and community members focusing on the study of Vermont.
Frank Bryan: Why Vermont Research Matters
Frank Bryan, University of Vermont Professor Emeritus, Political Science, talks about why Vermont is an ideal laboratory for research on pressing global issues. Find other CRVT videos at:
Digging Vermont -- Why Archaeology Matters
"Archaeologist John Crock has been around the water most of his life, growing up in Bar Harbor, Maine, conducting his doctoral work in the Caribbean and now coordinating digs on the shores of Lake Champlain..."
Read more at the CRVT blog
Center for Research on Vermont now offers internship andwork-study opportunities in Vermont research, social media, videography, and more. Application deadline: 1/15 Internship Info
Sarah Barlow, Vermont Research Intern
How Do We Prevent High-Risk Offenders From Returning To Crime? Kathy Fox has been studying the CoSA model in Vermont and will report on her recent analysis.
UVM Sociology Professor Kathy Fox
Vermont Research News
11-19-2013 UVM Launches Computer Science Fair
11-13-2013 Interviewing Inmates for Change
11-06-2013 Remaking Maple
10-08-2013 A Day in the Life of UVM: Oct. 8, 2013
Latest CRVT Short
When people think of Vermont's role in the Back to the Land Movements, they think of the 1960s, communes and hippies. Dona Brown, UVM historian, has documented Vermont's key role in these movements going back to the 1890s and talks about that here
For more on Dona's research see her book: Back to the Land: The Enduring Dream of Self-Sufficiency in Modern America