Dr. Kelly Clark/Keefe’s philosophical and reflective approach to research and teaching attempts to look beyond conventional or commonsense boundaries of what we think we know and understand, stretching her students—and herself—to take risks and discover intellectual growth amidst uncertainty.
After teaching at the University of Vermont for 48 years, Associate Professor Lawrence Shelton says his favorite part of the job is watching students’ understanding of the world blossom.
Helping students understand Urie Bronfenbrenner’s theory of child development is a practice he’s refined over those years.
- UVM Doctoral Scholarship Recipient Strives to Help Underrepresented Students Achieve Academic Success
- Inaugural APEX Scholarships Awarded to UVM Education Students
- UVM Student Named NECPA Graduate Student of the Year
- UVM Professor's New Book Offers a Comprehensive Look at the Complexities of Counselor Education
- Making a Difference for Children and Families: Rosalva Aguilar
- Shaping Educational Policies Nationwide, Empowering Children and Families
- Xochi Calero Shares Her Journey into Social Work
- UVM Counseling Professor Collaborates with Interdisciplinary Restorative Practices Research Team
- Embracing the Experience: Student-Athlete Courtney Wright
- UVM Awarded Grant for Interprofessional Education (IPE) Project
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