With tag: university_of_vermont
UVM Expects To Spend $300K In President Search
The University of Vermont expects to spend about
$300,000 to find a replacement for President Dan Fogel by March of
next year. A 20-member Presidential Search Committee held
its first meeting this week.
Work Underway On New UVM Dorm
Site work is under way in Burlington on what will become a new residence hall that will be
able to accommodate over 400 University of Vermont students.
UVM Looks Forward
By Jane Lindholm
Last month, when University of Vermont President Daniel Fogel announced
he is retiring, it opened a search for a new leader and an opportunity
to assess how UVM is meeting it challenges.
UVM Confirms Jane Knodell As Provost
By Ross Sneyd
University of Vermont trustees have confirmed an economics professor as the
second-highest ranking administrator at the university. Jane
Knodell has been acting provost and senior vice president since July 2009.
Panel Rejects College Merger
A panel considering the governor's recommendation to consolidate the University of Vermont and Vermont State Colleges is recommending against merging the two institutions.
UVM says more layoffs might not be necessary
By John Dillon
University of Vermont hopes to avoid a new round of lay-offs and possibly reinstate some
part-time faculty. The school had warned in February that up to 26 people
would have to be let go because of the budget deficit.
UVM faculty plan budget-cut protest
University of Vermont faculty members who say a starvation diet is being imposed on the
school's academic programs are planning a "Let Them Eat Gruel?"
UVM considering all issues for targeted sports
The chairman of
the University of Vermont trustees says it's too early to say what the board will do about the
school administration's plan to eliminate varsity baseball and softball next
UVM expects funding cut
The University of
Vermont's budget troubles have worsened with news that the school will likely
face an $11 million state funding cut in the next two years.
Economist: Vt. heading for deep recession
unemployment rate above 5 percent for the first time in 15 years, at least one
prominent economist is predicting that the current economic downturn hasn't hit