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Features

Solid Citizens
UVM alumni Ned Rimer ’83 and Eric Schwarz ’83 have built Boston’s Citizen Schools into a leader among community-based after-school programs.
by Scott Sutherland

Inviting God into the Classroom
Religion in public schools: An interview with Professor Robert Nash.

Burlington Meets Calcutta
Church Street to Chowringhee Road: Professor Huck Gutman’s travels as a Fulbright Fellow provide a new perspective on the teaching life.
by Huck Gutman

What I Learned on My Summer Vacation
Boning up on everything from hydrogeology to the Book of Genesis, Vermont teachers fuel their passion for teaching with a potent dose of learning.
by Kevin Foley

Just Another Tool?
As technology takes an increasing role in teaching, faculty explore ways to best use the medium without losing the human touch.
by David Healy ’83

The Books are Scary, the Professor isn’t
The 2001 Kidder Teaching Award confirmed what students have long known — you can’t beat English Professor Tony Magistrale for a class that is illuminating, thought-provoking, and a little spooky.
by Lynda Majarian

A Great Day to be a Teacher
Alumna and National Teacher of the Year Michele Forman weighs in on the rewards of teaching in an age when John Dewey’s lessons ring more true than ever.
by Michele Forman G’83

Behind the times, Ahead of the times
Henry Jarvis Raymond, UVM 1840, founded The New York Times 150 years ago with a new vision for journalism.
by Kevin Foley

 
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