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Tod Machover, called “America’s most wired composer" by the Los Angles Times and a "musical visionary" by the New York Times, will be in residence at UVM on Oct. 13 and 14. His visit includes a talk and a concert, both free and open to the public.
Cadet Kaelyn Burbey, a senior in the University of Vermont’s Honors College majoring in environmental engineering with a math minor, has received the ROTC Legion of Valor Bronze Cross Award, given annually for achievement of scholastic excellence in military and academic subjects.
From collaboration to international competition, find out what powers UVM’s Alternative Energy Racing Organization. Watch this video.
GreenScale Technologies, of South Burlington, a research and development company with ties to UVM focused on the small satellite market, is being honored in Washington, D.C., today by the National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer as one of the nation’s top 36 university-spawned start-up companies.
UVM undergraduate engineering programs accredited by ABET (civil, environmental, electrical, and mechanical) may lead to professional licensure. Information on professional licensure of engineers in the State of Vermont may be found at the Vermont Secretary of State's Office of Professional Regulation (OPR) web site.Visit the Vermont OPR website