The latest Vermont research news brought to you every other week by the Center for Research on Vermont team.
Deep Dive into Green Mountain History
In the Allen family, Ethan is the headliner. True, younger brother Ira has a firm hold on his place in the University of Vermont’s founding and, accordingly, his likeness in bronze on the University Green. But he was forgotten when he died, buried in a pauper’s grave in Philadelphia, while Revolutionary War hero Ethan’s funeral drew state dignitaries and a crowd of ordinary Vermonters paying...
Vermont Research News January 22, 2021
Food Insecurity and mental health in middle schoolers
A recent survey administered by the Vermont Department of Health to all public middle schoolers in the state, attempted to determine li
Vermont Research News January 15, 2021
The Center for Research on Vermont recently asked its members to share the titles of high impact Vermont books. The enthusiastic responses ranged from a single title to long lists. Some members simply submitted titles, while others provided extensive notes to explain why the titles are important.
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- Top Schools, Tuition Costs, new books, and more...
- Hiking, Mosquitoes, Local Food and more...
- Forest Ownership, Women Farmers, new books, and more...
- May Newsletter: Talkative Vermonters, Hippie Attack, the Red Scare and more...
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