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Student Research, Creativity, Innovation on Display at Annual Conference

Ever since she was 15, junior Nora Awadallah has dreamed of joining the Society for Neuroscience. So getting to present at their annual conference — as a UVM sophomore — was, well, if you look at her Instagram that captures the moment last October, best described as equal parts heart-eyed and wide-eyed emoji wonderment.

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Deke Ludwig


Body Electric

Ever played with K’nex? If so, you know how the construction set, a classic for any child growing up in the ’90s, can create more than just toys. It can build rollercoasters, architectural grandeurs worthy of Frank Gehry — and for Deitrich “Deke” Ludwig ’17, an electric truck.

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Students Implement Prof's Research-Based 'Fit Kids' Program

It’s a weekday morning, and senior Reuben Brough is running around a gym at King Street Youth Center waving his hands in the air and screeching like a cheetah. A stream of children is in hot pursuit of him and four other UVM students who implore the preschoolers to “catch the cheetah.”

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April 28: Student Research Conference

Only the curious need attend Thursday, April 28, when UVM presents and celebrates student investigation, discovery, creativity and insight. It’s the 10th annual Student Research Conference, where nearly 400 undergraduate and graduate students will fill the fourth floor of the Davis Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to share their ...

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CREAM Program Offers a 'Real Education' in Dairy Management

It might be the hardest-earned eight credits in higher education. In UVM's CREAM program -- the Cooperative for Real Education in Agricultural Management -- a team of students cares for and manages their own dairy herd, dealing with everything from breeding decisions to giving vaccinations to doing barn chores. While the days ...

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Sophomore Wins Prestigious Boren Award

Tilden Remerleitch, a sophomore geography major and Chinese minor, has been awarded a prestigious Boren Scholarship. The David L. Boren Scholarship is a nationally competitive award that provides up to $20,000 for students to study a critical foreign language in a nontraditional country important to U.S. national security.

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