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Budget cuts end ‘All Night’ study space in library

Budget cuts end 'All Night' study space in library

Cullen Paradis, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

Howe Library will end the All Night Study program in the face of budget cuts, leaving some students without a study space. Administrators decided to close the program after 16 years in an attempt to balance a reduced budget, following years of declining use and difficulty finding people to staff the...

UVM study on autism tracks eyes

UVM study on autism tracks eyes

Craig Pelsor

April 21, 2016

A recent study on autism by UVM is the first of its kind.   Tiffany Hutchins, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders has published a study on the behavior of children with autism.   Hutchins’ study made use of emerging eye-tracking technology to determine where t...

Study finds exercise can reduce depression

Students play pickup basketball outside of Harris Millis residential hall Oct. 2. UVM researchers are researching methods of decreasing suicide rates, including increased exercise.  KAT WAKS/ The Veromont Cynic

October 7, 2015

UVM researchers are studying ways to decrease suicide rates — the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. in 2013, according to the Centers for Disease Control’s latest Fatal Injury Report.Jeremy Sibold, associate professor and chair of the department of rehabilitation and movement science at UVM, along with three other...

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