Grace Colbert ('18) believes that teaching can be a means of social justice. As an Elementary Education major and Special Education minor in her senior year at the University of Vermont, she is gaining a variety of meaningful hands-on experiences along the pathway toward her goals, with plenty of support from faculty, mentors and her peers.
It seems only natural that Marshall Murphy ('20) wants to be a teacher. “I have always liked working with kids, and want to be able to have a lasting effect on the future,” he says.
Two UVM seniors – Diana Allos ('18) and Shaya Ginsberg ('18) – are recipients of the Lara Sobel Memorial Scholarship award given by the Vermont Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW-VT).
- Study Showing 70 Years of Improving Campus Climate For LGBTQ Students Raises Concerns About Federal Policies
- Vermont DD Leaders Join National Community of Practice on Cultural and Linguistic Competence
- Representing the Rights of Refugees
- CDCI to Continue Partnership with ADA Fellow
- UVM Campus Children's School Welcomes New Leader
- Enhancing our Commitment to the Student Experience
- Barri Tinkler Awarded Fulbright to Conduct Research on Refugee Integration
- A Hands-On Approach to the Fundamentals of Childhood Development
- Teacher of the Year
- Student Activist Pushes for Change to Fight Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking