Latest UVM CDE Blog Posts

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Truth and Compassion Are at the Core of End-of-Life Care

 “Companioning is about going to the wilderness of the soul with another human being; it is not about thinking you are responsible for finding the way out.”... Continue Reading

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An Engineer Pours His Heart & Soul into Opening a Brewery in Mexico

Engineer and craft beer enthusiast Fred Kilpatrick is setting his sights on opening a brewery and taproom in Mérida, Mexico in 2018. Fred, who divides his time... Continue Reading

Amy Trubek
Amy Trubek Examines What Cooking Means in the Modern Age

My feelings about cooking are complicated. Sometimes I feel joy when I cook, and other times it’s more like shame. After reading “Making Modern Meals: How Americans... Continue Reading

Professional end-of-life doulas
Filling a Critical Gap in End-of-Life Care

By Cabot Creamery Co-operative Death is a natural part of life. Even so, talking about death feels anything but natural. According to the National Palliative Care Center,... Continue Reading

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UVM Is: Why Kim Howard Wants More Students to Study Abroad

Teaching in Japan was a life-changing experience for Kim Howard. After graduating from University of California, Berkeley, she lived in Japan for two years to teach, which... Continue Reading