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10-30-2014

UVM Students: Instagram Your Research and Scholarship Story

Whether alone in the lab or or deep in quietest corners of Bailey/Howe Library, the research experience can be a uniquely solo endeavor. But it doesn’t have to be isolating.

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Howard Dean at CDAE event

10-29-2014

Gov. Dean, Goat Roast Help CDAE Celebrate 20th

What a difference 20 years make.

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Recital Hall

10-29-2014

Theatre, Music and Dance Host Fall Festival of the Arts

The Department of Music and Dance and Department of Theatre have joined together to create the first UVM "Fall Festival of the Arts," Nov. 6-20, featuring student performences and events from both departments. The festival will display the wide range of performances and other creative work including performances by student ...

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10-29-2014

Lecture: On the Importance of Medieval Manuscript Research to the Universitas Viridis Montis

What can medieval manuscripts tell us about power, dissent and religious ideology — issues that concern the modern word as much as the medieval? That’s the nature of scholarly work by Sean Field, professor of history. He’ll discuss his scholarship in a talk, “On the Importance of Medieval Manuscript Research to the ...

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Rick Paradis on Mt Mansfield

10-29-2014

Symposium: Education and Research in Natural Areas

In the spring of 1974, the University of Vermont’s Board of Trustees resolved that the summit of Mount Mansfield and nine other parcels of university-owned land across Vermont be designated as Natural Areas. Forty years later, “an impressive amount of high-quality teaching, research, and stewardship has resulted from this ...

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health care in Uganda

10-28-2014

Microphilanthropy Initiative Changes Perspectives, Lives of Students

Not a day goes by that Lauren Dobay ’13 doesn’t think about the people she provided care for in Uganda as a senior nursing student in the rural town of Kamuli. Forever etched in her mind are images of hallways lined with critically ill patients at the acute inpatient hospital unit where she worked -- a facility that had almost ...

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