The Fine Art of Connection: First-year Students Build Community
While working in a Williams Hall art studio this spring, first-year Izzy Siedman felt a new connection to the human experience and the power of storytelling. Siedman and her classmates, who together participated in the Peace Paper Project workshop, are part of UVM’s Integrated Fine Arts (IFA) program, one of several College of Arts and Sciences programs designed to help enrich the first-year college experience.
From Black Holes to Helium
A team of scientists including UVM physicist Adrian Del Maestro has discovered that a law controlling the bizarre behavior of black holes out in space is also true for cold helium atoms that can be studied in laboratories. The new study, published in the journal Nature Physics, may be a step toward a long-sought quantum theory of gravity and new advances in quantum computing.
Deep in Cree Country
The packing list for professor Dave Massell’s History 395 field trip reads in part: “. . . long underwear; warm boots (Bean boots with extra socks OK; boots with felt liners good); TWO sleeping bags.” Certainly not luggage for a typical spring break itinerary.
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