• the underwater silhouette of a humpback whale is illuminated by rays of light though water

    Listening to Leviathans

    Fall 2023 Issue

    Costa Rican native and UVM professor Laura May-Collado explores the 50-year-old mystery of why humpback whales sing—and what their songs might be saying.


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Common Ground

UVM marked the start of its 233rd year at the formal Convocation Ceremony, bringing together faculty, students, and staff to welcome the Class of 2027. This first-year class is UVM's most diverse ever, with a 37% increase in international students, a 16% increase in BIPOC students, and a higher percentage of first-generation college students. Notably, 50% of the class hails from outside New England, reflecting UVM's growing national and international appeal. They represent 45 states and 23 countries. Meanwhile, UVM is also welcoming more Vermont students, with an estimated 8% increase in in-state undergraduates compared to last year.

Recap the start of the semester →


entry way to the praxis art gallery with artwork on the walls

Gateway to the Arts

This fall, the Fleming Museum marks its integration into UVM's new School of the Arts with 'PRAXIS: Recent Work by Studio Art Faculty at UVM,' presenting the creative output of 15 artists across various media. This exhibition explores 'praxis' as a transformative approach to art and teaching. Concurrently, 'Art and the Matter of Place' delves into the connection between art and place. The Fleming Museum's ongoing efforts to enhance object displays, especially in the new Collections Gallery, aim for a more inclusive and thought-provoking visitor experience.

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