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All UVM classes and activities were halted at 4 p.m. on Monday and are slated to resume on Tuesday morning. VERMONT STATE COLLEGES ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR HURRICANE SANDY MONTPELIER, VT (October 29, 2012) – In advance of Hurricane Sandy, the Vermont State Colleges wishes to announce the following plans across the five colleges. Castleton State [...]
While aerial seeding has been used for years in warmer climates, it’s just beginning to be tested in northern farmland.
Vermont residents who served as Peace Corps volunteers will participate in a panel discussion at Fletcher Free Library on October 26. The session, which is free and open to the public, begins at 4:30 p.m.
EXC A large part of our responsibility is to encourage students to stretch their imaginations and push their curiosity beyond “how things are,” to raise expectations and aspirations, and to dream the big dream. We need to help them set forth lofty goals, to ask AND answer … “Why not?”
President Thomas Sullivan’s aspirations are high – “to advance UVM to the next level of excellence and international recognition” and “into the first ranks of higher education.”
A recent study shows that climate change most likely will shorten the maple syrup season and shift syrup production northward by the end of the 21st century.
Lake Champlain Sea Grant’s excellent performance has earned it a promotion in the four-tiered system NOAA follows to establish new Sea Grant College programs, which are funded by NOAA to promote the wise stewardship of coastal resources.
The Sept. 18-19 ballot has two questions: whether 780 staff members want a union, and if so, do they prefer one affiliated with Vermont-NEA, the unaffiliated United Staff, or neither.
More than 800 University of Vermont employees will for the first time be able to vote on joining a union Sept. 18 and 19, the Vermont Labor Relations Board announced today. It will be the largest such election ever conducted by the board.
Mayor Miro Weinberger met for the first time with both Thomas Sullivan, the new President of the University of Vermont, and John Brumsted M.D., President of Fletcher Allen Health Care. UVM and the hospital, closely linked institutions, are the largest employers in the state.