As hope is delivered via syringes around the world, in the rugged mountains and fjords of Southeast Alaska, that delivery can also require a seaplane, a seasoned pilot and an adventure-ready nurse equipped with precious vials of COVID-19 vaccine. As a state public health nurse based in Juneau, Claire Geldhof '11 is among these frontline workers.
Growing up attending races at the Catamount Speedway in Milton, Vt., Steve Phelps ’85 knows that stockcar automobile racing is a sport best enjoyed in person. “When you go to a NASCAR race, it's very sensory. You can hear the engines; you can smell the gas and the tires. It's tactile,” he says.
As a teenager, Darrell Goodwin began composing his own sermons, recording them in his bedroom on the South Side of Chicago, then having his grandmother listen and give feedback. Asked if she offered a critical or a tirelessly supportive ear, Goodwin laughs, and says that her fundamental lesson was engaging the listener. “She would tell me, ‘Start hot, end hot, then sit down,’” he remembers.
- Tough Hike, Good Cause
- Save the Salmon
- Lilly Devlin ’96 and Gene Devlin ’96
- Karen Galfetti Zecchinelli ’84 and Brian Zecchinelli ’81
- Amplifying a Quiet Force
- A Natural Horseman
- Success at the Nexus of Fashion and Fish
- UVM Alum Payeur Named Vermont Teacher of the Year
- Building LGBTQA Alumni Community
- Acing the Serve
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