AY 2010 - 2011
In 2010-11, the University undertook its initial round of strategic, focused investments in its three transdisciplinary Spires of Excellence: Complex Systems, Food Systems, and Neuroscience, Behavior and Health.These investments offered faculty across campus the opportunity to collaborate and advance research and scholarship in these areas as well as graduate and undergraduate education. "Research" is broadly defined, encompassing the full spectrum of intellectual activity of our faculty and students, including all scholarly and creative pursuits..
- TRI Report to UVM Board of Trustees (5-20-11)
- TRI Steering Committee Charge (11-9-10)
- TRI Steering Committee General Information (11-9-10)
- Spire-Related Faculty Recruitment Protocol (10-25-10)
- TRI Steering Committee Membership (10-21-10)
- Call for TRI Steering Committee Membership (9-17-10)
- Knodell-Burgmeier Implementation Memo (9-08-10)
In 2010-11, UVM invested in a first round of tenure-track hires aligned with the TRI's three priority research areas. Through an innovative hiring process that connected traditional faculty search committees with TRI Steering Committee input, a total of 18 hires were made across nine UVM schools and colleges. See our 2010-11 faculty hires.