Sophomore animal science major Ellie Karasch is holding a baby house sparrow steady with her thumb and fingers while vet tech Jen Wolfe wraps its legs with clear tape, leaving a half-inch gap so the bird can balance and hop.
For Renee Hamblin, a typical day at Queen City Brewery may involve bottling the latest brew, scheduling the week’s social media posts, or leading a focus group for market research.
One Friday in April, at 5:30 a.m., Kim Demars got a phone call from a horse. A sensor attached to the mare triggered the call, a “foal alert,” signaling that the mare had gone into labor. The team assembled at the barn; soon after, the foal arrived, long-legged and healthy at more than 100 pounds.
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- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences graduates urged to listen carefully, stay curious
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Honors Outstanding Students and Alumni
- Dr. Lizzy winner of Kroepsch-Maurice Excellence in Teaching Award 2018
- Assistant Professor Launches Directory of U.S. Social Enterprises
- UVM Professor Travels to Russia to Study Seeds
- A Summer of Food Entrepreneurship
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