When thinking about the future of Town Meeting Day, ‘we need to make sure it’s accessible to as many people as possible,’ said Richard Watts, director of the Center for Research on Vermont.
An analysis by researchers and student interns at UVM’s Center for Research on Vermont found that the average budget would remain flat, down from the past several years.
Vermont Research News is a twice-monthly curated collection of Vermont research — focused on research in the Vermont ‘laboratory.’
Remote workers have been flocking to Vermont during the Covid-19 pandemic. Will they remain after the pandemic subsides?
The expanded database documents $96 million spent on policing in fiscal year 2020 in about 175 towns.
The Center for Research on Vermont study says about a third of the new arrivals plan to stay, a third aren’t sure, and a third think they’ll probably leave after the crisis.
The Vermont Research News is a bi-monthly curated collection of Vermont research -- focused on research in the Vermont 'laboratory.'
News Release - The University of Vermont February 6, 2018 Contact: Jeff Wakefield The University of Vermont 802-578-8830 [email protected] Burlington- The University of Vermont's Center for Research on Vermont Thursday released a new book, Green Mountain Scholar: Samuel B. Hand, Dean of Vermont Historians, a collection of important scholarly writing on Vermont political and legal […]
News Release — Center for Research on Vermont Oct. 27, 2016 Contact: Richard Watts, Director [email protected] 802-373-1131 Five Public Policy and Community Research Fellows were recently selected by the Center for Research on Vermont. The Fellows provide an important link between the Vermont community and University of Vermont students, staff and faculty. “I’m delighted to […]