A new book by UVM economist Jon Erickson, The Progress Illusion: Reclaiming Our Future from the Fairytale of Economics (Island Press, Dec. 1) explores the harsh economic realities that have led to sky-high inflation, growing inequality, polarized politics, and climate crisis.
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At its best, an internship is so much more than just a job. It’s a chance to sharpen skills and learn new ones, explore an interesting field to see if it’s a good fit, and make professional connections. In other words, it’s a way for students to get a serious leg-up as they prepare for their future careers.
Over the past decade, Vermont dairy farmers have taken steps to become more sustainable through on-farm practices like cover cropping, conservation tillage and other soil health management strategies. Now, a team of University of Vermont researchers has joined a nationwide effort to quantify the impact of these practices and evaluate the potential for the U.S.
- UVM Keeps Tuition Frozen for Fifth Consecutive Year, New Scholarship Offers Full Tuition to Vermonters from Households with Incomes up to $60k
- UVM Trustees Review New Campus Plan for 2022-2032
- Cultivating Meat For A Sustainable Future
- UVM Joins Regional Collaboration to Study Climate Change Resilience for Mobile Homes
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- Collecting Campus Food Waste Using Pedal Power
- Future Nurses Welcomed in White Coat Ceremony
- What the Ancient Cynics Can Teach Us About the Power of Saying No
- First UVM Thoreau Grant Cohort Trains for Green Jobs
- New UVM Research Vessel to Honor Leahys’ Lake Champlain Legacy