Last fall a group of senior engineering students enrolled in a special projects course students landed a spot in NASA’s Reduced Gravity Student Flight Opportunities Program.
By Scott Sutherland

He Ain't Heavy:
Scott Sutherland's excellent weightless adventure

Past Issues
The conflicting information that surrounds breast cancer can be intimidating. Fortunately, many women who have had breast cancer are informed and supportive. Thirteen alumnae answered VQ’s call to help put a human and realistic perspective on the disease.
By Leona Griffin

UVM Breast Cancer Studies

Letters to the Editor

President’s Perspective

UVM In Brief

Sports Highlights

Alumni College — in Print
Untangling the Balkans

Alumni News & Services

Class Notes

Plants are learning resources

Standing room only at campus debate

Cardiac disease often takes young lives

A senior gift that swings

'Cataract camps' restore sight in Himalayas

New alumna -- Carla Maribelli '99

After sixty years, trophy is where it belongs

UVM helps Vermont, America to read

UVM conferences address societal violence

New building key to health sciences research

UVM students enjoy "Shining" moment

Noted & Quoted

UVM Professor Paula Fives-Taylor, winner of this year’s Kidder Outstanding Faculty Award, weaves concern for individual students together with engaging teaching and a deep admiration for bacteria.
By Thomas Weaver
Sometimes a lack of formal training can pave the way to a highly personal artwork. Bill Traylor is one such artist whose three-year creative output is respected internationally — and this summer exhibited at UVM’s Fleming Museum.
By Ann Porter