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Historic Walking Tour Traces UVM’s Storied Past

The University of Vermont is known for its beautiful campus and desirable location in Burlington, the state’s largest city. But as the fifth oldest university in New... Continue Reading

Offering opportunities for high school students to earn college credit can produce valuable longer-term benefits in college, especially for lower-income students.
How Dual Enrollment Programs Benefit Students

Offering opportunities for high school students to earn college credit can produce valuable longer-term benefits in college, especially for lower-income students. D. Derek Wu of Ithaka S+R,... Continue Reading

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Learning to Paint at Age 81: Joy Jaffe’s Work to be Showcased at UVM

Courtesy photo Paintings of birds, covered bridges, and barns hang throughout Joy Jaffe’s apartment in South Burlington. Everywhere you turn, there are paintings of beautiful scenes from... Continue Reading

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Victor Rossi’s Engineering Academy Gives High School Students an Edge

By Sarah Tuff Dunn Jack-of-all-trades, master of none? No way. UVM lecturer Victor Rossi is more like a master of four trades, and a professional at one.... Continue Reading

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Osher Foundation Contributes $1 Million to OLLI Program at UVM

By Jay Goyette The Bernard Osher Foundation of San Francisco has awarded $1 million to the University of Vermont to support its Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI).... Continue Reading