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Edward Hopper painting Bridle Path


Alumni Eyes on Art

“Sargent to Basquiat,” the title of the Fleming Museum’s central exhibit for the fall semester, captures the wide span of time and diverse styles encompassed in this show of art on loan from alumni collections. Variety is also the hallmark of the collectors, a few with careers in the art world, most not, but all united by a ...

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 Tobey, a fourth-grader at JJ Flynn Elementary School watches birds over the bike path in Burlington, VT, with his UVM mentor and “bird buddy,” Sara Fergus, a UVM sophomore enrolled in Environmental Studies 295, “Birding to Change the World.”


Birding to Change the World

Professor Trish O’Kane’s new course, “Birding to Change the World,” began far from Derway Island in the north end Burlington, where, on an autumn afternoon, her class of UVM students tromps through a floodplain forest with a crew of kids from nearby JJ Flynn Elementary. In 2005, standing inside the soggy remains of her ...

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track runners at sunrise


Oct. 19, 2016: A Day in the Life of UVM

How do you measure the pulse of a university? Through one day and many details. A Day in the Life of UVM, Oct. 19, 2016. Join us, and add your story to the conversation on social media: #uvmditl.

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UVM Business Professor Stuart Hart in his classroom


SEMBA Rises to No. 2 on Princeton Review's "Best Green MBA" List

The University of Vermont’s Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA (SEMBA) program in the Grossman School of Business continues to bolster its growing reputation as one of the nation's most innovative business programs by climbing to the No. 2 spot on The Princeton Review's “Best Green MBA” list, and claiming two other major ...

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University leadership and Distinguished University Professors in front of the new faculty display.  Pictured from left are President Tom Sullivan; Mark T. Nelson, chairman and University Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology; Wolfgang Mieder, University Distinguished Professor of German and Folklore; Susan S. Wallace, University Distinguished Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; Brooke T. Mossman,  University Distinguished Professor of Pathology; Ralph Budd, University Distinguished Professor and director of the Vermont Center for Immunology and Infectious Diseases; Judith L. Van Houten, George H. Perkins Professor of Biology and  University Distinguished Professor; and Provost David Rosowsky.


President and Provost Dedicate Display Celebrating Faculty Talent and Achievement

President Tom Sullivan and Provost David Rosowsky unveiled a new permanent display on Tuesday afternoon showcasing the university’s most accomplished faculty. The display is located on the third floor of the Waterman Building near the registrar’s office.   

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Sarah Mantz in the pool


The Life Aquatic

Swimming can be a decidedly individual, even isolated, sport — fitness built lap upon lap chasing down the black stripe at the bottom of the pool. Given that reality, it’s not hard to understand why an accomplished swimmer like Catamount senior Sarah Mantz finds her greatest joy in the sport through the camaraderie of the ...

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