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To help address the growing crisis of anxiety affecting young people, the University of Vermont is hosting two free screenings of the national documentary Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety. DOSA – Center for Academic Success:Student Accessibility Services Screening of a Powerful New Documentary that Aims to Spark ...
The College of Education and Social Services (CESS) and the CESS Director for Diversity and Community Engagement is proud to present Edward St. John, Emeritus Professor of the University of Michigan, to speak about Vermont, national, and international educational inequality, as well as strategies for fostering collaboration among ...
As part of the Faculty Senate Course Action process, proposed course changes are posted for review by the faculty.
University of Vermont is now recognized as a GOLD Bicycle Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists! University of Vermont joins a cutting-edge group of 193 BFU colleges and universities in 46 states and the District of Columbia that are transforming the American landscape by providing more bicycle friendly campuses ...
In 2019, the FY Read will work a little differently than in previous years. Rather than one book shared across the whole campus, each of our Learning Communities will be reading a book specifically selected by their Community, focused on their Community theme.
Event Title: Speaking Up: Bringing Justice to Sexual Abuse Survivors
The Office of Orientation & New Student Programs is recruiting undergraduate students for our 2019 Orientation Leader (OL) Summer Internship position and we are seeking your help! We are asking our campus colleagues to nominate students you think would be great candidates for the OL position.
Students in CNHS’s Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders will be conducting hearing screenings on Friday, 11/9/18 from 1:00-4:00pm. These screenings include an otoscopic visualization of the ear canals and a brief pure-tone test*. They are free to the public and supervised by Dr. Elizabeth Adams, Clinical ...
Target, Net Impact, and The Grossman School of Business, in collaboration with the Sustainable Innovation MBA program, are challenging students to build a more sustainable retail future by reimagining the application and necessity of plastic bag use.
How can your responding strategies support your learning goals? In this workshop, we'll explore varying techniques to make responding purposeful and efficient. Visit WID EVENTS to read more and register.