The University of Vermont has been ranked in the top 30 of this year’s Forbes “America’s Best Midsize Employers” list.
Ever since she was 15, 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.
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.”
Forty-plus years old and 40-plus programs strong, the Living/Learning Center is UVM’s foundational residential learning community, where students with shared passions can live together and connect outside of class around common interests. From farm-to-table food to science fiction to health professions, the program list runs the ...
A surprising UVM study finds that insect outbreaks can dampen the impacts of forest fires.
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.