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How Many are Too Many?
Seeking wide open spaces, Americans turn to their national parks and often find... more Americans seeking wide open spaces. School of Natural Resources Professor Robert Manning's research helps managers balance the issues that arise where parks and people meet.
by D.W. Miller

In Pursuit of Terrible Truths
Professor Emeritus Raul Hilberg may have retired from UVM ten years ago, but his influence endures. Thanks to Hilberg's legacy and the vision and support of many faculty and alumni, UVM's Center for Holocaust Studies continues to grow.
by Thomas Weaver

Vermont Original
Whether it was helping carve out New England hill farms or pulling wagons to the promise of the West, the sturdy Morgan horse played a suporting role in the 19th century United States history.
Thomas Weaver

In Brief

Edward Colodny, native son and CEO, brings new leadership perspective

Agriculture Dean Bramley named interim provost

Future farmers of Vermont

New program linking volunteer, academic experience will serve as national model

Academy honors alum for Gladiator work

Fighting on Joe Camel's turf

Michele Forman named National Teacher of the Year

His pay, her pay

Attic treasures

New book gets raves

Faculty vote to unionize

Building on a foundation of excellence

Tour de Burlington

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