Want to know what members of the UVM LGBTQA community are up to?
Read about our travels, achievements, and successes here.
Holly Puterbaugh is teaching math in Ghana this semester (Fall '05). She's writing regular "Letters Home" about her adventures.
Letter 33 - Letter 32 - Letter 31 - Letter 30 - Letter 29 - Letter 28 - Letter 27 - Letter 26 - Letter 25 - Letter 24 - Letter 23 - Letter 22 - Letter 21 - Letter 20 - Letter 19 - Letter 18 - Letter 17 - Letter 16 - Letter 15 - Letter 14 - Letter 13 - Letter 12 - Letter 11 - Letter 10 - Letter 9 - Letter 8 - Letter 7 - Letter 6 - Letter 5 - Letter 4 - Letter 3 - Letter 2 - Letter 1
Glen Elder received the Fall '05 College of Arts and Sciences Deans Lecture Award. The College says of this award: "[It] honors a colleague who is an outstanding teacher-scholar, an individual who is an acclaimed scholar or artist in his/her profession, and who demonstrated an unusual ability to share that excellence with students." Congratulatons, Glen! He will give his lecture 45º North, 71º West -- or Not? Vermont's New Borderland Personality after 9/11 on Thursday, November 3rd, at 5:00 P.M. in the Waterman Building Memorial Lounge.
"UVM Recognizes Canadian Marriage": see the October '05 Out in the Mountains article about John Mejia and his husband.
Dot Brauer spoke at Burlington's Unitarian Universalist Society on Sunday, October 9th, 2005, about the importance of coming out. Read her speech here (PDF file).
Last modified July 10 2012 12:03 PM