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    Dr. Sue Kasser's guidance supports students' personal and professional development.


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    A grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration supports Vermont's first OT degree. Read more >>

  • Toward Bigger Mountains

    Spring brings cycling season for U.S. Skimo National sprint champ Wren Pyle '23, who's prepping for an “Everest,” which involves ascending 8,848 meters (29,029 feet) by repeating a 163-meter climb 54 times..

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  • Exercise as an Antidote to Cyberbullying

    Ongoing research by professor Jeremy Sibold suggests that exercise coupled with social support can improve mental health for teens who experience bullying through digital messaging and social media. (Photo: Pexels) Read more >>

An interprofessional learning community of teachers, scholars and practitioners

The cornerstones of our community include the education of students, dissemination of research and scholarship, service to the university and professional organizations, and evidence-based clinical practice to improve health.

Our programs, learning environment and research laboratories are designed to develop competent graduates who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and behaviors essential for those who participate in health promotion and management of injury and disability.

Transfer Information Sessions

Transfer information sessions are open to UVM students and students from outside of the university interested in transferring into any of our undergraduate majors.

Graduate Student Information Sessions

Potential applicants to the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program are invited to attend an information session about the program and the admissions process.