The University of Vermont, the Vermont Technology Council and the Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies will host the twelfth annual Invention2Venture (I2V) Conference on April 6 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Dudley H. Davis Center on the UVM campus.
The University of Vermont has honored six distinguished emeriti professors with its Retired Scholars Award, which supports longtime faculty members in completing a research or scholarship project during their retirement.
Rachel Heath is the first student in the accelerated 3+2 program, which allows UVM students to earn their law degree in two years instead of three.
Looking through the windows of the Davis Center’s newest space, you might guess it’s a study lounge, or the headquarters of a Catamount coffee drinking club. In truth, this office is the Advising Center, where students answer other students’ questions about UVM, and it can’t be described as just one thing.
The College of Education and Social Services (CESS) jumped nine positions in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings and is now among the top 60 nationally.
In a city and state known for its innovative spirit, it’s no surprise that student entrepreneurs at UVM are trying to get in on the action. To help these students bring their ideas to market, senior Andrew Dazzo has developed a new innovation fund, which offers funding and expertise.