UVM Professor’s New Book Draws from Decades as a Journalist

Dr. Ben Dangl's latest publication conjures the experience of traveling through worlds of cities, streets, and wilderness over a 20-year span as a journalist
In La Paz, Bolivia looking out toward Illimani Mountain. This photo, taken by Benjamin Dangl, is on the cover of his new book.

During the end of another academic year Public Communication Lecturer Dr. Benjamin Dangl stopped by the department of CDAE to share his latest publication, “A World Where Many Worlds Fit.” Unlike his prior books that are sweeping journalistic and historical narratives, “A World Where Many Worlds Fit” is a collection of lucid poems and vivid photographs Dangl collected over a twenty-year period...

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Nurturing Future Experts: Undergraduates share their food systems research experience

This summer, the Food Systems Research Center (FSRC) funded seven outstanding undergraduate students as part the 2023 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program, supported by UVM’s Fellowships, Opportunities, & Undergraduate Research (FOUR) office.

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The Community Development and Applied Economics Department Support Staff who received the CALS Excellence in Staff Teamwork Award (left to right): Carolyn Claxton, Kerry Daigle, Jacqueline Drouin, Julie Starr

The 2023 CALS Excellence in Teamwork and Staff Support Awards Announced

The UVM College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) has recognized the Community Development and Applied Economics Department Support Staff, and Animal and Veterinary Sciences Department Program Specialist Matthew Bodette, as recipients of its annual Excellence in Teamwork and Staff Support awards.

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