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Professor Inspired by Traveling

Professor Inspired by Traveling

September 22, 2015

A UVM professor is using  travel as inspiration for his lectures.Frank Zelko, an environmental studies professor, said his move from Australia to Burlington benefited his work here at UVM and abroad.“One of the benefits of traveling around the world is unexpectedly learning new things and finding them really in...

Lecturer shares her inspiration

Lecturer shares her inspiration

Emilee Conroe

February 17, 2015

With a 4.9 out of 5 overall rating on ratemyprofessors.com, one lecturer is known for her engaging lectures, respect for students and inspirational quality. Celia Cuddy, a part-time lecturer in the Department of Social Work, discussed kindness, her work and superheroes with the Cynic. The Vermont...

Lecturer shares experiences

Lecturer shares experiences

December 9, 2014

The Cynic had the chance to interview American Sign Language lecturer Shannon Fitzgerald regarding gratitude, chasing dreams as a member of the deaf community and why she loves to teach at the University of Vermont.The Cynic (VC): What do you love most about teaching American Sign Language?Shannon Fitzgerald (SF):...

Prof. discusses alternate interests

Prof. discusses alternate interests

November 11, 2014

FREDDY MORIN The Vermont CynicAssistant professor of anthropology Benjamin Eastman discusses his life inside and outside of the classroom in his office in Williams HallNov. 5. Focusing on contemporary Cuba and Latin America, Eastman’s studies cover topics like socialism, nationalist ritualism and sports.A st...

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