Every Public Communication major at the University of Vermont will complete CDAE 224 before they graduate.
This year our community partners had to adapt as much as faculty to changed circumstances. They had to go remote with us, offering remote feedback, engagement and activities. They had to consider whether an internship or project could even be done remotely, redesign entire projects and, in some cases, manage COVID protocols and precautions to allow students to participate directly.
At Spaulding Hospital in Cambridge, Mass., Class of 2020 alumni Lauren Lamberton and Gabriel Purin manage an exercise center for people paralyzed by spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis (MS) and stroke.
- Service Learning and Community Responsiveness in COVID
- CDAE Professors and Students Redefine Community Support in a Pandemic
- UVM a Finalist for National Community Engagement Award for Connecting Cultures Program
- UVM Team Presents Winning Capstone Project for Water Environment Federation
- Going Remote
- Leaving a Legacy: The Power of Art to Change the World
- Students Helping Students “Thrive” During Covid-19, Final Exams and Beyond
- From Train Wrecks to Social Distancing
- Bill Keeton and David Raphael Recognized for Long-Time Community-Engaged Teaching
- Health Sciences Capstone: 'More Relevant than Ever'
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