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What's Our Obsession with Steve Jobs All About?

The new movie about Steve Jobs is expected to draw huge crowds eager to see yet another romanticized story about a well known business celebrity. Thomas Streeter, professor of sociology at the University of Vermont, explores why in his new paper, “Steve Jobs, Romantic Individualism, and the Desire for Good Capitalism” in the ...

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UVM Program Ranked Fourth on Princeton Review's "Best Green MBA" List

Just one year after enrolling its first cohort, UVM's Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA (SEMBA) program has been named fourth in the nation on the Princeton Review's list of the "Best Green MBAs."

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Campaign Launch Sets Tone (and Schedule) for October Board Meeting

The launch of the public phase of UVM’s $500 million comprehensive campaign dominated campus last weekend, and even the Board of Trustees meeting made way for pomp, circumstance and a series of major campaign-related announcements.

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UVM Ranked Among Best in the Country for Student Success

The University of Vermont has been ranked among the top 10 schools in the country that are preparing students to land good jobs after graduation and without the burden of excessive loans.

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UVM Announces $500 Million 'Move Mountains' Comprehensive Campaign

The University of Vermont Friday announced its largest and most ambitious fundraising campaign ever, a $500 million initiative that will transform and reshape the 224-year-old public research university.

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Study Shows Importance of Universities in Producing Entrepreneurs

The number of college graduates willing to start new businesses -- the largest producer of private sector jobs over the past 25 years -- could depend heavily on the entrepreneurial focus and structure of the universities from which they graduate, according to a new study.   

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