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Effective Communication Academic Coaches
18 Credits in National Competency Core Courses (6 Courses):
PH 301 Public Health & Health Policy 3
PH 302 Epidemiology I 3
PH 303 Biostatistics I:App Rsch in PH 3
PH 304
   or PH 305
Environmental Public Health
Pol, Org & Finance in Hlth Care
PH 317 Mgmt in Hlth Services & Med Care 3
PH 306 Social & Behavioral Public Hlth 3
9 credits in required advanced core courses (3 courses):
PH 307 Epidemiology 2 3
PH 308 Environmental Public Health 2 3
PH 310 Public Health Law and Ethics 3
6 credits of required culminating project experience:
PH 392 Culminating Project Experience 6
9 elective course credits (3 courses) from the approved list, including but not limited to:
PH 309 Public Health Biostatistics II 3
PH 311 Global Public Health 3
PH 312 Food Systems & Public Hlth 3
PH 314 Environmental Risk & Risk Comm 3
PH 315 Public Health Surveillance 3
PH 318 Improving Health in Population 3
PH 319 Environmental Health Law & Pol 3
PH 321 Controversies in HlthEconomics 3
PH 324 Public Health Informatics 3
PH 325 Investigating Disease Outbreaks 3
PH 326 Legal Issues in Health Care 3
PH 395 Special Topics 3

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Effective Communication Academic Coaches

Advance your career in digital marketing and learn the latest innovative digital marketing strategies from industry experts with this 8-week online course. Today's marketers need alternative strategies and tactics in order to connect with prospects and consumers. What worked a few years ago may not work now, or even a few months from now.





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Boot Camp TEO (Teaching Effectively Online) Pivotal Pedagogies
Best for faculty who are:
  • Teaching online in summer
  • Teaching online in Fall/Spring and have minimal time for training
  • Scheduled to teach online in Fall/spring and have the capacity for more in-depth training
  • Scheduled to teach face-to-face in fall/spring, preparing for the possibility of partial or full remote instruction
Format Online instructor-led course Online instructor-led course Conference style, including speakers, workshops, and cohort pathways options
Duration 2 weeks 4 weeks Variable; up to 8 days
Total hours 4-6 20-28 Variable depending on sessions chosen
Offered Every 2 weeks through April and May 2020. Other offerings TBD July 6 – 31; TBD sessions in August, October 2020; January and May 2021 May 13-22
Description Using evidence-based best practices, Boot Camp shares key strategies to make your course dynamic, challenging and engaging for both you and your students along with basic Blackboard nuts-and-bolts tutorials for online course creation. To assist with efficient course design, you will receive ready-made course shells, syllabus templates and opportunities to practice skills while being mentored by instructional designers. This cohort-based, comprehensive overview of online teaching explores research-based best practices for designing courses, offers practical experience with a wide variety of teaching technologies, and provides faculty with the student experience of online instruction. TEO models evidence-based teaching practices to increase student engagement. Pivotal Pedagogies is an opportunity to create or revise 2020-2021 courses, preparing for the possibility that we may need to pivot between face-to-face and remote pedagogies again. The program includes both synchronous and asynchronous components, enabling you to work in a supportive and collegial environment, at your own pace, and on a schedule that suits you.
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    In the United States, we spend vast resources on health care and lag behind other developed countries in measures of health. Students will examine current health issues and barriers to improving health, as well as identify credible sources of health information to understand health topics such as preventing obesity, vaccines, global tobacco use, alcohol, environmental health topics, emerging infectious diseases, and access to health care. Students will learn about the compelling need for creative and multidisciplinary solutions, and how stronger policies to improve the health of the public might be accomplished.

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    "UVM's Business of Craft Beer Program taught me so much about how to properly market, organize, and successfully run a brewery's brand, social media, and online presence. When I took over as marketing manager our Instagram page had 26.5k followers and within about a year and a half we're at 42k followers with higher rates of daily engagement and some of the highest impression rates we’ve ever had. Not only that, but I gained a lot of valuable skills that I can apply to other departments of Highland Park Brewery that I manage as well, like sales and distribution and event/festival coordination. We've opened a second location with a proper taproom in the Chinatown neighborhood of Los Angeles not too far from Dodger Stadium and Downtown LA, we also just celebrated our 5th anniversary back in March. We focus on just about every style, hoppy, lots of lagers, mixed culture, and stouts. If you’re ever in L.A., be sure to swing by! Cheers!"
    "Before working in beer, my background was very sports heavy as I worked for a handful of professional and collegiate teams. I'm confident that having UVM’s Business of Craft Beer professional certificate on my resume assisted with catching eyes during the interview process as well as preparing me for the industry. I chose the Sales and Social Media track which gave me experiences key to succeeding in a role involving communication about products, brand story, etc. I’m grateful for my experience with UVMs BCB program – the lecturers, professors, and career coaching were all extremely beneficial. As the seventh largest craft brewing company in the U.S., Craft Brew Alliance is a leader in brewing, branding, and bringing to market some of the world's best-loved American craft beers. Today, our distinctive portfolio combines the power of Kona Brewing Company, a dynamic national craft beer brand, with strong regional breweries and innovative lifestyle brands, Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Cisco Brewers, Omission Brewing Co., Redhook Brewery, Square Mile Cider Co., Widmer Brothers Brewing, and Wynwood Brewing Co. CBA is headquartered in Portland, Oregon and operates breweries and brewpubs across the U.S. CBA beers are available in all 50 U.S. states and 30 different countries around the world."
    "Beginning in 2016, I started Hawksbill Brewing Company, LLC, a 5-barrel craft microbrewery located in downtown Luray, VA. The brewery's motto is "Grown here, brewed here," because we frequently use locally produced ingredients - sometimes including our own hops - in our beers. In 2015, I established Hawksbill Hop Yards, LLC, a 1-acre hop farm in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. The work includes planning, operations, finance, and marketing, along with field work: planting, harvesting, and drying the hops. We produced Cascade hops for Hawksbill Brewing, Stone Brewing in Richmond, and five other Virginia breweries. I had already started the brewery when I joined the program at UVM on the recommendation of a friend. All of the courses I took - distribution, operations, and finance, not to mention the business plan capstone - gave me great perspective on what I was experiencing in the business, and a solid foundation to build our venture. As we prepare to scale up in the next 18 months, I'll be putting what I learned at UVM to good use!"
    “Faces Brewing Co. is a 300-person restaurant and brewery opening in Massachusetts later this year. Located in a restored bank in downtown Malden, Faces boasts both a full kitchen and liquor license, allowing us to serve American gastropub fare, as well as wine, craft cocktails, and a rotating selection of local beers on tap. A ten barrel system supplies our taproom with a wide array of freshly brewed beers, available on draught and for carry-out in 32 ounce crowlers. The Business of Craft Beer program offered at University of Vermont helped us understand the emerging trends within our industry. This base of knowledge allowed us to design a more effective business model as we launched Faces Brewing Co. Through the identification of our consumers’ needs and a heightened understanding of craft beer’s changing landscape, we strategically positioned Faces Brewing Co. to offer a unique and unmatched customer experience.”
    Additional Course Requirements Fall Spring Summer
    Anatomy ANNB 300 Human Gross Anatomy or
    RAD 396 Radiological Anatomy
    Biostatistics PH 303 Biostatistics I: Applied Research in Public Health or
    CTS 320 Analyze Clinical & Translational Research
    CTS 325 Multi Analysis Clin&Trans Research
    MPBP/PHRM 390 Capstone (optional)
    (common electives listed below)
    Fall Spring Summer
    OBGY 200 Understanding Human Pregnancy
    MMG 233 Genetics and Genomics
    PHRM 240 Molecules to Medicine
    SURG 200 Emergency Medicine Research I
    PHRM 200 Medical Canabis
    Public Health Courses