For the second year in a row, the University of Vermont welcomes an incoming class with record-breaking academic credentials. Topping the Class of 2019's high scores, the incoming Class of 2020 earned an average 3.64 GPA and SAT scores in critical reading and mathematics of 1206. Additionally, a record 39 Vermont students who ...
Fourteen new UVM faculty members bumped along northwestern Vermont’s back roads in a CATS shuttle bus on Tuesday, getting to know their new home state, various ways it connects with their new university, and finding common scholarly ground and sparking friendships with fellow faculty across disciplines.
It’s a hot summer day in downtown Atlanta. Ali Watson is picking vegetables in a garden oasis to be sold at a farmer’s market in a poverty stricken area of the city. A few miles away at a homeless shelter fellow UVM student Kahlia Livingston is caring for the babies of young women who are living there as they learn new skills ...
The University of Vermont is launching a new graduate certificate program in fall 2016 that features a concise, six-course immersion in the quantitative sciences of public health used for analyzing diseases and health-related conditions.
Alumna Caryn Devins, a law clerk to the Honorable Peter W. Hall of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, is among four individuals nationwide to be chosen as a 2016-2017 Supreme Court Fellow.
Pramodita Sharma, the Sanders Professor for Family Business in the Grossman School of Business, was awarded an honorary doctorate from Jönköping University at the Swedish university’s inauguration and conferment ceremony in May.