Celebrating the Class of 2022

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences graduates receive Post-it note pieces of advice for the future from infectious disease expert Dr. Beth Kirkpatrick.
wide angle photo of commencement ceremony; families in bleachers of gymnasium with students seated on the gymnasium floor toward the commencement platform.

In the final ceremony of UVM’s 221st Commencement weekend, families, friends, faculty members and alumni packed the bleachers of Patrick Gymnasium on Sunday to celebrate the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) graduates.

After two years of pandemic life and learning, commencement speaker Dr. Beth Kirkpatrick, an infectious disease specialist at the Larner College of Medicine...

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Picture of silhouette of Old Mill building on UVM's campus. Text reads: Food SURF, Undergraduate research supported by the FSRC

Meet the Food SURFers

We are very excited to feature our 10 undergraduate students who will be working alongside UVM researchers this summer to study pressing issues in food systems.

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hands holding seeds

Strengthening Seed Systems Amid COVID-19

A new report from a team of UVM researchers explores the resilience of Vermont's seed systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Plant and Soil Science Raymond Seminar Series

Join us for our weekly seminar series featuring special guests, faculty, graduate students presenting on a variety of topics. Seminars are held Fridays from 1-2 p.m. in 112 Jeffords Hall during the academic year.

Questions? Contact pss@uvm.edu

This seminar series is made possible by the William T. Raymond Memorial Fund.