Effectively preventing sexual and other forms of interpersonal violence involves a comprehensive approach. To start, this may include teaching healthy relationship skills, challenging social norms, giving bystanders ways to intervene, and enhancing support for survivors when violence occurs. This spring at UVM, Public Health Sciences professor and interpersonal violence expert Jennifer Demers...
Students across UVM and across the country are encouraged to put their academic skills to the test in the real world through internships, service learning, job shadows and others. But finding those real-world opportunities can be challenging.
Miller Celestin, clinical assistant professor of nursing, recently received the Dr. H. Lawrence McCrorey Award for Inclusive Excellence in recognition of his contributions to creating a legacy of equity, justice and inclusion at the University of Vermont.
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- Tammy Bender Receives President's Our Common Ground Award
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- Promoting Firearm Safety in Vermont
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