Country Roads

UVM plays a key role in DOT-funded research focused on sustainable and equitable solutions to rural travel.
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The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) recently awarded $20 million to the National Center for Sustainable Transportation (NCST) to study transportation’s effects on the environment. The University of Vermont (UVM), one of the original members of the NCST consortium, will play a key role in research focused on sustainable and equitable solutions to rural...

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Meet Emma Spett, Office of Engagement Data Maven

When the University of Vermont  UVM launched the Office of Engagement (OoE) in 2020, providing data to Vermont businesses and non-profits in support of economic and community development was identified as a vital service. Data services was seen as a key support to two of the office’s pillars: economic and workforce development.  

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Noelle Mesbah '22: Making Vermont home

Noelle Mesbah ’22 grew up in central New Jersey near Newark but one of her favorite places was Vermont, where she and family members skied during the winter. When she began her college search, the University of Vermont was top of mind—besides the familiar idyllic outdoor landscape, UVM had a strong environmental studies program.

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