- UVM and Burlington pull together a pilot program to curb litter on Isham St. If successful this new program could spread to other neighborhoods around the city.
- UVM Student and Community Relations partnered with Alternative Spring Break to survey Burlington residents about ways to improve the quality of life in city neighborhoods. If you would like to volunteer to help with this project or would like more information email: email@example.com.
- UVM programs and partnerships advance Vermont's economy and provide excellent resources for businesses across the state. Tom Sullivan discusses UVM's four pathways to success and how these benefit the state's business community in this Vermont Chamber of Commerce Webinar.
- UVM is the fifth school in the nation to sign the "Real Food Campus Commitment." UVM pledges to serve 20 percent "real food" at all its campus food outlets by 2020. "Real food" means more locally grown, fair trade and low environmental impact and/or humanely produced selections.
- Community outreach provides countless benefits and resources to the state and local community through research, training, volunteers, athletics and the arts. See more about UVM's contributions to our state's economy and resources for the state's business community.
Our office builds relationships with community members, government officials and private and public organizations to share information, create connections and turn opportunities into meaningful partnerships benefitting our students, faculty and staff as well as impacting our communities, our state and beyond. Read more about our mission.
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