Seeing the Unseen

Drawing botanicals trains students in the art of observation and perspective.
two women drawing a flower in a greenhouse

Artist Jean Carlson Masseau’s advice to budding scientists: learn to draw. For the past five years, she’s taught a University of Vermont course that aims to do just that.

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two women in research lab

UVM Adviser-Graduate Student Duo Awarded Prestigious HHMI Gilliam Fellowship

Plant and soil science PhD student Erika Bueno, together with her advisor, associate professor Yolanda Chen, have been awarded a 2020 Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

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Apples: Reclaiming a Historical Vermont Export Crop

Since he was an undergraduate student at UVM nearly 25 years ago, Terence Bradshaw has worked with the UVM Apple Program. Today, he is fondly known as the "apple guy" at UVM where he is an assistant professor and director of UVM’s Horticulture Research and Education Center.

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