UVM College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences’ BIPOC Excellence in STEM Program Receives INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine Award
The University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences’ eSTEM Black Indigenous People of Color Excellence in STEM program has received the 2023 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education. The Inspiring Programs in STEM Award honors colleges and universities that...
For millions, if not billions, of years, life found a way. Through evolution, natural selection, and cosmic random chance, as some theories purport, simple organic compounds morphed into single-celled organisms which morphed into multi-cellular life, and so on into the sprawling world in which we (and plants, and animals, and bacteria, and viruses) live today.
Moscow, Vermont, is known mostly as a place motorists drive through on their way north to Stowe village and the Stowe Mountain Resort. Like many small Vermont communities, Moscow (it is officially an unincorporated village, so it has no central government) once boasted a vital woodworking industry powered by a hydro dam on the Little River.
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