At a time when technology seems transcendent, Christopher Kaufman Ilstrup holds that the humanities are more important than ever.
That may be stating the obvious for Kaufman Ilstrup who is in his fourth year as director of Vermont Humanities. But he believes that solutions to urgent world problems require the perspectives of literature, the arts, religion, philosophy and history.
UVM’s Office of Engagement and Center for Rural Studies release Vermont Economic Development Roundtables Report
At a time when Vermonters are surveying the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 crisis, UVM’s Office of Engagement and Center for Rural Studies have released the Vermont Economic Development Roundtables Report: Ampli
The airspace over Southworth lawn during the first week of August was buzzing with activity as 20 state officials from around Vermont and New England practiced their drone flying skills. The training was part of a five-day workshop hosted by UVM’s Spatial Analysis Lab (SAL).
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- Rubenstein School PhD Students Serve on Local Nonprofit Boards
- Grant Allows Vermonters to Take Two Free Career-building Courses at UVM
- Danish Consular Science/Technology Attaché Meets at UVM with Vermont’s Energy Sector Leaders
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- MPA graduate launches "Water of Hope" project in Burkina Faso
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