The University of Vermont and its 800 unionized faculty have started classes without a contract to replace one that expired June 30. Salaries and health insurance are the main sticking points. The talks next move to a fact finder.
Free training and certification for Vermont diesel truck drivers and fleet managers about the benefits of idling reduction is now available online.
A procedure tested during a clinical trial at Fletcher Allen Health Care and the University of Vermont to replace heart valves using catheters instead of open heart surgery has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for use in two categories of patients.
Gov. Peter Shumlin and the University of Vermont are pleased to announce a new collaboration to put tomorrow’s leaders to work on the issues of today.
Whether you’re moving out or you just want a little more elbow room, the 13th Annual Spring Move Out Project is the time and the place for unloading unwanted (but still usable) household goods.
Students from the University of Vermont (UVM) put a semester’s worth of classwork into action in the field April 28 as they implemented their restoration plans at the Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) LaPlatte River Marsh in Shelburne.
United Academics past president David Shiman honored by American Association of University Professors
Professor of Education David Shiman, longtime activist and President (2004-2013) of United Academics, UVM’s faculty union, was awarded the Marilyn Sternberg award by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).
With chronic pain affecting more than half of all veterans eligible for VA health care, the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs today looked at efforts by the Department of Veterans Affairs to increase access to therapies like acupuncture and yoga as alternatives to addictive narcotics.
Patients treated at the Vermont Cystic Fibrosis Center at Fletcher Allen Health Care and the University of Vermont are exceeding targets for lung function, nutrition and other key measures according to a national study that places the Center in the top ranks of 110 certified programs nationwide.