University of Vermont researchers will play a leadership role in a project designed to predict where populations of plants and animals in New England will move as their current locations become less hospitable in a warming world. Data generated by the project will help New England farmers and rural communities plan and adapt to the range shifts.
UVM’s BME program is now one of a handful of accredited BME programs co-located on the same campus as a medical school. UVM’s program and the Larner College of Medicine (LCOM) are a quarter mile apart and some of the faculty in Biomedical Engineering have labs in LCOM.
From September 29-October 3, 2020, twenty nine UVM students and eight UVM faculty and staff members were honored to attend the Virtual Grace Hopper Celebration hosted by AnitaB.org in celebration of the life and work of Grace Hopper and of women and diversity in tech
- Students Design Solutions for Vermont Communities
- Solving the Critical Problem of Emerging Contaminants and Nutrients
- Featured Alumni: Eric Romero (2019)
- Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Students Contribute Abroad
- Creating a Cold Spot in a Hot Place
- Conventional or Electric? Either Way, Bike!
- CEE Seniors Win 2nd Place in the International WEF Student Competition
- CEE Faculty News
- An Educator in the Making
- Wild at Heart
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