UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT T H E U V M MI S S I O N To create, evaluate, share, and apply knowledge and to prepare students to be accountable leaders who will bring to their work dedication to the global c
MORE EFFECTIVE SPEECH THERAPY FOR CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME A study published in the International Journal of SpeechLanguage Pathology indicates that children with Down syndrome who have motor speec
UVM and Smithsonian Researchers Find FirstEver Native Malaria in the Americas Two years ago, Ellen Martinsen 00 G09, was collecting mosquitoes at the Smithsonians National Zoo, looking for malaria tha
Sociology Professors Katrina Book Details LongTerm Impact on Children The vulnerability of children was starkly apparent in Hurricane Katrina, the most disruptive and destructive disaster in modern U.
THE TEACHERSCHOLAR AT TODAYS UNIVERSITY A C O N V E R S A T I O N University of Vermont Provost and Senior Vice President David Rosowsky, Ph.D., and Vice President for Research Richard Galbraith, M.D.
the letters and commonalities of the words. Wannabe. Has been. Seven letters each. In terms of meaning, she talks about the idea that the oftenneglected concept of now perches on the thin cusp between
the space might look like a papiermache factory, a carpenters wood shop, or a print studio. Most likely music will be on, classic Motown or the funk she came of age with in seventies NYC. It depends o
CONTINUING THE STORY The Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for Holocaust Studies draws upon the expertise of distinguished faculty from across the University to promote scholarship, education and publ
MY MAIN MOTIVATION IS THAT I WANT WHAT WE DO IN THE LAB TO GET TO THE PATIENT. THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN DO THAT IS THROUGH COMMERCIALIZATION. ITS NOT BECAUSE YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY, ITS BECAUSE YOU WANT Y
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BIG DISCOVERIES IN IN THE NANO WORLD Assistant Professor of Physics ADRIAN DEL MAESTRO, PH.D., won a prestigious veyear CAREER grant in 2016 from the National Science Foundation that will fund his stu
efforts at the national, regional, and state scales to support these important pollinators for more sustainable agricultural and natural landscapes, says Michigan State Universitys Rufus Isaacs, one o
GOOD TASTE EXPLORED Trained as both a cultural anthropologist and chef, AMY TRUBEK, PH.D., associate professor and Faculty Director of the UVM Food Systems Graduate Program, examines in her teaching a
TRACKING THE CONVERSATION Where do your eyes focus during a conversation An innovative study by UVM researchers led by Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders TIFFANY HUTCHINS, PH.
YOU CAN WATCH ANIMALS ON LAND WITH BINOCULARS OR HELICOPTERS, BUT WITH FISH, ITS INCREDIBLY DIFFICULT TO KNOW WHERE THEY ARE AND WHERE THEY ARE GOING. WHAT HAPPENS UNDER THE SURFACE HAS LARGELY BEEN A
2012, the summer was very hot and dry, resulting in the strongest algae blooms Lake Champlain had seen in decades. Then September brought a huge storm, with more than four inches of rain, and, hourbyh
and Mathematical Sciences. Their collective basic science, translational, and clinical research focuses on a range of lungrelated issues including bacterial genetics and metabolism, cell therapy, cyst
model to determine changes in respiratory physiology during infections. The mouse model is a classic approach in studying the lung, and as at centers worldwide, theyre using the flexiVent, a device th
THE WORLD AS CLINIC AND CLASSROOM From the time he was a fouryearold impoverished boy in Iran, Associate Professor of Medicine MAJID SADIGH, M.D., at right in photo knew he wanted to become a physicia