This companion website to our research report includes a selection of the stories reported in the 31-page magazine. For a more comprehensive view of the research, scholarship and creative arts produced by our faculty over the past year, see the PDF or FLIPBOOK.
Advancing the Public Good through Research and Scholarship
Our research report, while by no means all-inclusive, seeks to showcase a broad sampling of efforts from across all the colleges and schools of our institution, demonstrating that the spirit of inquiry, creativity, and collaboration is thriving in every corner of the University. READ MORE
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Deep Dive Reads
Over the last 20 years, thousands of refugees have begun rebuilding their lives in Vermont. UVM faculty work to bring better understanding and help in easing the transition. By Carolyn Shapiro
It's not just a lot of buzz: UVM researchers produce hard evidence on the decline of a crucial pollinator. By Joshua Brown
Lung researchers at UVM connect leading edge science with today's clinical needs. By Sarah Zobel
Where does a poet find a first line of verse? What drives a jazz trumpet solo? Alone in the studio late at night, how does a sculptor maintain energy and focus? Three accomplished UVM faculty artists discuss their creative processes what informs and inspires their work. By Thomas Weaver
The inspiration and research of UVM faculty members lead to the development of commercially viable products that improve daily life. By Jeffrey Wakefield
Provost David Rosowsky and Vice President for Research Richard Galbraith share their thoughts on the societal contribution of University faculty.
Teams of UVM researchers work to diagnose and improve conditions in one of Vermont's greatest natural resources: Lake Champlain. By Joshua Brown
In preparing for the possibility of an antibiotic onslaught, some bacterial cultures adopt an all-for-one/one-for-all strategy that would make a socialist proud, University of Vermont researchers have found. Read full story.
The vulnerability of children was starkly apparent in Hurricane Katrina, the most disruptive and destructive disaster in modern U.S. history. A new book, Children of Katrina, coauthored by sociology professor Alice Fothergill, is the first multi-year sociological study of children after a disaster. Read full story.