Latest Blog Posts in UVM Education

A Tweet from Michael Pollan Leads Food Systems Student to Vermont

A tweet from best-selling author Michael Pollan changed Rex Manchester’s life. “Breakthrough Leaders Program in food systems at UVM opening enrollment for this summer,” Pollan shared on... Continue Reading

Winter Session Helps Students Link Academics with Careers

By Jeffrey R. Wakefield Perhaps the most endearing of the fanciful organizations that mock-sponsor A Prairie Home Companion (think the Catchup Advisory Board and the American Duct... Continue Reading

Explore Lifelong Learning Opportunities in Vermont

Do you want to try yoga, cooking or art, but feel unsure about where to start? It’s never too late to explore new interests and activities. Learning... Continue Reading

Farmer Training: A Passion for Growing Food

Caitlin and Jason Rodriguez Elberson completed UVM’s Farmer Training program in October 2013. The married couple, who met in a Spanish literature class at Villanova University in... Continue Reading

Vermont Eighth Graders Rank High Globally in Math, Science

A recent U.S. study shows that eighth graders in three states, including Vermont, outperformed most students across the world in math and science. Vermont eighth graders placed... Continue Reading