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Ken Wheeling

05-01-2015

Estate Gift to Establish Endowed Scholarship for UVM Students from Monkton

Kenneth Wheeling, the former director of the Shelburne Museum, has established a new UVM scholarship exclusively for Vermont students from Monkton, Vt.

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Angela Debettencourt

04-29-2015

Student Research Conference Packs the Davis Center

Senior Angela M. Debettencourt has brought a little bit of Panama to the fourth floor of the Davis Center – about 1.5 hectare’s worth.

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UVM student design

04-29-2015

UVM Students Design for NASA

As many students across campus close out the semester with final presentations to professors and peers, a team of four students has been preparing to show their work to a different audience: NASA engineers.

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Senior Michael Chilton (left) and sophomore Colin Kamphuis are winners of prestigious Boren Scholarships, which will help fund their studies abroad.

04-29-2015

Two UVM Students Win Boren Scholarships to Study Abroad

Michael Chilton, a senior microbiology major, and Colin Kamphuis, a sophomore political science and economics double-major, have been awarded prestigious Boren Scholarships. 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 ...

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Design Your Life class

04-29-2015

California Dreaming

It’s 4 p.m. on a Thursday in UVM’s Kalkin Hall — hello, afternoon slump! Not for Eugene Korsunskiy, who’s wearing a peppy plaid shirt and jeans and is literally bouncing around the room, arranging tables askew to the beat of Generationals tune, from a Songza “Happy” playlist that soon gives way to “Sugar, Sugar” by ...

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cows

04-29-2015

UVM-Led Team Receives $7.4 Million USDA Grant to Study Animal Disease Biosecurity

A recently announced $7.4 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will place the University of Vermont at the forefront of a national effort to reduce the impact of catastrophic disease outbreaks within the U.S. livestock industry.

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