Professor teaches for the laughter

November 18, 2015

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One UVM professor does not know how he chose his career.Todd McGowan has been a professor in the English department at UVM for 15 years. Though he mainly teaches classes in the film and television studies program now, he still teaches gr...

How a botany class led to a nutrition major

October 15, 2015

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One UVM professor is no stranger to the feeling of uncertainty, which she experienced  during her undergraduate career and led her to where she is today. Professor of nutrition and food science Jean Harvey originally began st...

Professor maps children’s course

September 10, 2015

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To know Meghan Cope, professor of geography, is to know her love of spaces and architecture.That’s why her office, nestled in the historic Old Mill building, seems perfect for her.“I really love Old Mill and the campus,” Cope said...

Lecturer promotes social change

April 7, 2015

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When meeting Mary Burke, lecturer in both the sociology and gender, sexuality and women's studies departments, the first thing  one may notice is her laid-back personality.Even her appearance— short, minimal haircut, jeans ...

Art history professor talks Warhol

March 24, 2015

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The office of Anthony Grudin, assistant professor of art history, could be mistaken for a library.Shelves of books line the wall of his office, the collection includes artists such as Willem de Kooning, Pablo Picasso and Andy...

Madeleine Kunin: Serving The Public Good

December 16, 2007

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For the past 40 years Madeleine Kunin has served the public good in politics, journalism, and in education. Governor Kunin is now a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Vermont and at Saint Michaels College. ...