Vermont Studies Minor
The Vermont Studies minor is an interdisciplinary degree that encourages students to think of Vermont as a living laboratory for learning. The degree draws on courses in many departments and colleges across the University of Vermont, and is tailored to fit the academic needs of individual students. Vermont Studies is a part of the Global and Regional Studies Programs at UVM and is administered by the Center for Research on Vermont.
Minor students must take VS 52, Introduction to Vermont, as well as
three courses from our list of core courses, and two elective courses.
Please see our VS Minor Requirements page. For more information, please contact the Center for Research on
Vermont office at email@example.com or Cheryl Morse, the Vermont
Studies Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling All Students! Nuquist and Bryan Competitions
The Center for Research on Vermont holds two student research awards each year. The Nuquist Award is for undergraduate theses or year-long research projects on a Vermont topic. The Bryan Award recognizes shorter undergraduate papers on a Vermont-related subject. For more information, please see the Center for Research on Vermont website: http://www.uvm.edu/~crvt. You may read the guidelines for the awards at this site: Nuquist and Bryan Guidelines.
Interested in Volunteering or Working with Us?
The Center for Research on Vermont and Vermont Studies has openings for volunteers and work-study students to help with filming our programs, publicizing events and designing conferences. No experience is required. Please contact Tom Helmstutler for more information at email@example.com.