The Mental Price of Pain

First-year medical student's Honors College thesis published, examining association between physical pain and mental health
Julie Connor in Larner College of Medicine lab coat.

Not too long ago, neuroscience student Julie Connor '18 was wrapping up her Honors College thesis about the relationship between physical pain and mental health, and preparing for whatever was to come after UVM.

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Estee Dilli works at her bench in the Pfizer lab

Shot of Hope

In early April when we last checked in with Estee Dilli ’15, a former neuroscience major, she was preparing for her work at Pfizer to kick into overdrive. The senior associate scientist in New York would be developing an assay to measure the efficacy of a potential vaccine for novel coronavirus.

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Jacquelyn Pless ’09 Pushes for Energy Innovation

On a recent Friday afternoon Jacquelyn Pless ’09 stood in front of the Old Mill economics seminar room and looked out at an audience that included many familiar faces—faculty mentors from her undergraduate days. 

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The proof is in our alumni.

The College of Arts and Sciences can't help boasting about our former students who have moved on to make meaning in the world around us.

What will you do and how will you get there?

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