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With only 1.8 percent of its undergraduate population hailing from outside the United States, UVM has some catching up to do.
UVM announces partnership with global education and recruitment firm to expand its internationalization efforts
The agreement with Study Group, known for its worldwide recruiting network extending to more than 130 countries and its academic preparation programs, is expected to help UVM attract some of the seven million students estimated to be studying outside their country of birth in the next decade.
The University of Vermont ranks No. 5 on Peace Corps’ 2013 Top Colleges for medium size schools. The annual list recognizes the highest volunteer-producing colleges and universities in the U.S. for small, medium, large and graduate institutions.
Despite its simplicity, the Perkins Geology Museum has a certain cachet among the earth-science aficionados of the state.
Former City Council President Jane Knodell announced today she running for City Council. The Ward 2 Progressive is looking to fill the seat being vacated by Councilor Bram Kranichfeld.
The University of Vermont’s class of 2013 will get their parting words of wisdom from the legendary jazz and classical musician, Wynton Marsalis. Marsalis will deliver the keynote speech at UVM’s commencement ceremony on May 19. Marsalis has a son, Simeon, who is a member of the 2013 class. Marsalis has had a storied musical [...]
Education Recap 2012: Secretary of ed, school consolidation, test scores, university restructuring at center of reforms
Educational institutions — public and private — are struggling for resources at a time when student enrollments are declining and demand for higher quality outcomes are at a premium.
Farmers began to build high-drive barns, round barns and monitor barns when they specialized in dairy and needed bigger barns to accommodate bigger herds.
On December 18 at 4:00pm the Vermont Folklife Center will present a Gallery Talk by University of Vermont Professor of German and Folklore, Wolfgang Mieder.
Measuring well-being instead of gross state product: Genuine Progress Indicator relies on alternative economic measure
The GPI puts a monetary value on factors like air pollution, water pollution and volunteer work.