Public communication careers can take many forms. Graduates of UVM’s public communication program have landed jobs in government, corporate communications, brand management, advertising, music, nonprofits and everything in between.
Learning research methods doesn’t have to be boring, says David Conner, associate professor in UVM’s Department of Community Development and Applied Economics.
The Silver Maple Ballroom in the Davis Center was again a home away from home for Vermont state legislators last week as UVM hosted its sixth annual Legislative Summit.
- Public Communication Careers That Make a Difference
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- World Changer
- Mandatory Labels Reduce GMO Food Fears
- First of UVM + VLS 3+2 Program Graduates Law School
- Continuing Community Development in Peru
- Assistant Professor Launches Directory of U.S. Social Enterprises
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- Farmer, Educator, And Friend: Remembering UVM Extension Economist Bob Parsons
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