Vitor Mori, a postdoctoral student in the University of Vermont’s Vermont Lung Center and the UVM Cancer Center, has been awarded a Quantitative Biology Fellowship by the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation.
“Grateful,” “empowered,” “energized,” “hopeful,” “fulfilled,” are just a few of the words students in Kelly Hamshaw’s Community Action Toolbox course used to describe how they felt at the end of their last class of the semester.
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