As a top public research university, UVM fosters a spirit of inquiry to produce new knowledge, playing a vital role in supporting the research of faculty and students. We build on our distinctive strengths to shape healthy societies and a healthy environment.
Solving problems, worldwide
Measuring Mansfield's Alpine Plants, One Square Meter at a Time
Mount Mansfield is just one of a few locations where alpine plants can grow in Vermont.
Plans to plant billions of trees threatened by massive undersupply of seedlings
Inspiring the Next Generation: High School Students Immersed at UVM Stem Cell Research Conference
Redesigning Evolution, One Robot at a Time
Greenland Melted Recently, Shows Higher Risk of Sea Level Rise
Searching for Resilience to Sea Star Wasting Disease
By the numbers
- 91% of seniors report being engaged in research or experience-based learning
- $230 million in sponsored research funding
- Top 100 public research university