UVM Noyce Scholars Follow Their Passion to Teach STEM Disciplines

National Science Foundation Scholarship Program Addresses Shortage of Highly Qualified STEM Educators
UVM Noyce Scholars Sarah Davis, Nick Patel, Jonna Keith, and Josh Solomon

The National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program strives to address the shortage of highly qualified science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and computer science educators in high need schools (grades 7-12) throughout the United States.

Over the past 10 years, UVM has awarded 54 Noyce scholarships while providing professional learning and mentoring...

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Educators involved in professional learning at Shelburne Farms.

UVM and Shelburne Farms Partner to Launch New Education for Sustainability Graduate Programs

To accelerate transformative societal response to today’s unprecedented and interconnected environmental, social, and economic challenges, the University of Vermont and the Shelburne Farms Institute for Sustainable Schools recently launched two new Education for Sustainability (EFS) graduate certificate programs. The new programs combine UVM’s research capacity, land-grant mission, and track re

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Jason C. Garvey with CESS colleages Tracy Arámbula Ballysingh and Tiffanie Spencer.

Jason C. Garvey Invested as Inaugural Sanford Friedman-Jerome Hipps Green and Gold Professor of Education

Jason C. Garvey, a leader in advancing social justice and inclusion in higher education for queer and trans (QT) students, has been invested as the inaugural Sanford Friedman-Jerome Hipps Green and Gold Professor of Education. University of Vermont leadership and special guests joined in the formal ceremony in Waterman Building’s Memorial Lounge on Thursday, September 30, 2021.

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