When Kirsten Farrell G ’98 left UVM with a master’s degree in school counseling and skills as an athletic trainer she wasn’t quite sure how she would utilize the rare combination. Two years later, as a teacher and athletic trainer at Venice High School, she found an innovative way to leverage both.
After a 22-year career in the U.S. Army, UVM student veteran Michelle Caver (’19) is transitioning to a career in social work. “When I decided to retire from military service it was the realization that I wanted to support the military community in ways that were not possible as a soldier,” she says.
Vermont Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Project Recognizes 27 Exemplar Schools, Releases Annual Report
Vermont Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (VTPBIS), part of CDCI’s Building Effective Support for Teaching Students with Behavioral Challenges (BEST) project, has a lot to celebrate this season! The team has recently released its annual report and has recognized 27 Exemplar Schools in the state of Vermont.
- UVM Admits New Group of Students to Phi Beta Kappa
- Connecting Sports with Youth Empowerment, Community Development and Social Change
- Making a Difference for Refugees and Marginalized Communities
- Excellence in Education Awards Presented to UVM Alumni
- Transforming Social Work
- College of Education and Social Services Rises in U.S. News & World Report Graduate School Rankings
- UVM Alumni Selected as Rowland Fellows
- An Unforgettable Journey
- UVM Faculty Internationally Recognized for Supported Employment Work
- Meet a Few of our Amazing Undergraduate Students