From biomedical research to philosophy, from Big Data analysis to musical composition, our faculty-scholars engage daily in the pursuit of meaningful and impactful research, scholarship and the creative arts. Our goal remains to translate what we learn or discover at the university into innovations that benefit all facets of society.

On behalf of Vice President for Research Kirk Dombrowski, Ph.D., we invite you to explore the creativity of and the opportunities for students, faculty, and their support staff in the areas of research, scholarship, and the creative arts at the University of Vermont.

 

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Research Strengths

All research, scholarship and creative work generated at the University of Vermont is produced by, or under the supervision of, the faculty of the eight colleges that comprise the university.

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Research Reports

The university is committed to sharing the products of our research and scholarship for the benefit of our scholars, our community and society at large.

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Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR)

Details about the support, services and facilities the university provides to our faculty and students can be found on the OVPR website.

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UVM Stories

Professor of public policy, Fulbright Global Scholar Award recipient
Recognized for excellence in research, creative and scholarly activities
Vitor Mori
UVM postdoc, winner of competitive cancer research fellowship
Vanessa Myhaver (left) and her friend Anne Marie Stupinski, both members of the Class of 2020, at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
Math major, working for NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center this summer
Matt Bompastore (center, held aloft by pals) rates an Alternative Spring Break spent repairing a storm-damaged home in West Virginia as one of his favorite weeks of college
Microbiology major, heading to the Larner College of Medicine for med school
Reilly in Mongolia
Fulbright winner, continuing her research on the threatened Siberian marmot's interconnectedness to the Mongolian ecosystem
Danielle Allen growing cells in the Thali lab for her HIV research
Molecular genetics senior conducting research on the spread of HIV at the cellular level
UVM professors and co-developers of app to help panic attack sufferers manage pandemic anxieties
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