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Sullivan Says He's Working To Make UVM Affordable
Monday, 03/25/13
By Ric Cengeri
Since being selected as the University of Vermont's 26th president last February, Tom Sullivan has made affordability for in-state students a top priority. The challenge now for Sullivan is finding the money that will allow the school to reach that goal.
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President Sullivan’s UVM Outlook
Monday, 03/25/13
By Jane Lindholm
UVM President Tom Sullivan discusses the goals he has set for the university, we learn about the growth and future of ibrattleboro and we look ahead at the week in the State Legislature.
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Wikipedia and Academia
Thursday, 03/07/13
By Jane Lindholm
Never use Wikipedia as a source! That's what high school students across the country learn when writing their term papers. As it turns out, that attitude might be changing.
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UVM Bottled Water Ban Begins Monday
Saturday, 01/12/13
By Kirk Carapezza
When students at the University of Vermont resume classes on the snow-covered Burlington campus Monday, something will be missing: bottled water. UVM is the latest university to ban on-campus sales of bottled water.
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UVM Appoints Bramley To Strengthen State-University Relations
Wednesday, 11/28/12
By Kirk Carapezza
The University of Vermont appointed former interim president John Bramley on Wednesday to develop the university's role in economic growth. Bramley will work with the governor and the legislature to make the most of limited resources.
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At UVM, Sulllivan Is Formally Installed As President
Friday, 10/05/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Thomas Sullivan has been formally installed as the 26th president of the University of Vermont. Sullivan presented his vision of the university's future Friday during a ceremony at the Ira Allen Chapel on the Burlington campus.
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Voices In The Week's News: July 20, 2012
Friday, 07/20/12
These were some of the voices in the news this week.
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New UVM President Spends His First Day On The Job
Monday, 07/16/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
Monday was the first official day on the job for the new president of the University of Vermont, who held a news conference at the Waterman Building to outline his vision for the university. Thomas Sullivan succeeds Daniel Fogel, who resigned as president of UVM last summer after a nine-year tenure.
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Forum Will Delve Into Racial Disparities In Vermont's Policing
Wednesday, 04/11/12
By Kirk Carapezza
A two-year study conducted by the Uncommon Alliance shows that blacks are two times more likely to be pulled over than whites in Burlington and South Burlington, and ten times more likely in Winooski.
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Police Departments Find Race Bias In Traffic Stops
Monday, 04/02/12
A new study by four Vermont police departments says black male drivers are almost twice as likely as white drivers to be stopped by police in Burlington and South Burlington.
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UVM Refuses To Drop Sports Radio Station Over Limbaugh Flap
Wednesday, 03/21/12
By Kirk Carapezza
The University of Vermont is resisting calls to drop its sports broadcasting contract with a local radio station, which also carries conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh's show.
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New UVM President Worries About Affirmative Action Case
Friday, 02/24/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Incoming UVM President Thomas Sullivan says he's deeply concerned that the U.S. Supreme Court could soon erode the national policy on affirmative action and undermine UVM's efforts to boost minority enrollment.
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New UVM President Will Face Tough Challenges
Wednesday, 02/22/12
By Kirk Carapezza
A former provost and law school dean at the University of Minnesota has been appointed the 26th president of the University of Vermont. UVM's Board of Trustees says it chose Thomas Sullivan because his background and experience are compatible with Vermont's flagship institution.
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The Green Campus
Thursday, 02/16/12
By Jane Lindholm
We check in with Vermont colleges on how important sustainable efforts are on and off campus, and learn about an Essex High School group that won an MTV contest.
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National Organization Closes Sig Ep Fraternity at UVM
Friday, 12/16/11
BURLINGTON — A University of Vermont fraternity whose members are accused of circulating a survey that asked who they would like to rape has been closed indefinitely. The national Sigma Phi Epsilon made the announcement on Friday.
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A New Energy Research Center Opens In Vermont
Monday, 12/12/11
By Melody Bodette
Senator Bernie Sanders and Governor Peter Shumlin announced a three-year partnership Monday morning with the Sandia National Laboratory.
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Interim UVM President Wants To Re-evaluate School, State Relationship
Wednesday, 11/16/11
By Ric Cengeri
John Bramley has called for closer cooperation between the state and the University of Vermont since becoming interim president in August. Last week, Governor Peter Shumlin took a step in that direction when he appointed a task force that will reevaluate the state's relationship with UVM.
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UVM Outlook With President Bramley
Tuesday, 11/15/11
By Jane Lindholm
UVM Interim President John Bramley discusses the challenges the school faces and the FEMA application deadline nears.
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Shumlin Says Vt. Needs To Better Target UVM Investment
Tuesday, 11/08/11
By Ross Sneyd
In a policy speech at the University of Vermont Tuesday, where he appointed a task force. That group will reevaluate the relationship between the state and UVM and will make recommendations to the governor and the university's new president.
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Lake Champlain Science Group To Get Study Money
Friday, 10/07/11
By Ross Sneyd
A science program at the University of Vermont is going to use a $20 million grant, the largest in the school's history, to help study the health of the Lake Champlain basin.
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UVM Opens Labs To Scientists Put Out By Irene
Tuesday, 10/04/11
UVM says state scientists began moving in about two weeks ago, and everyone should be in the temporary space by the middle of October.
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UVM And Faculty Union Reach Impasse
Thursday, 09/22/11
The faculty union and the administration of the University of Vermont have reached an impasse in contract negotiations.
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Thomas Brings Stanley Cup To Vermont
Saturday, 09/03/11
Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas brought the Stanley Cup to Vermont, where he played college hockey. Thomas also thanked the National Guard and communities for helping the state work to recover from flooding.
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UVM President Resigns For "Deeply Personal Reasons"
Wednesday, 07/20/11
By John Dillon
Dan Fogel says he will step down as president of the University of Vermont at the end of July to take care of his wife and himself. The relationship of Fogel's wife and a UVM fund-raising official has been the subject of an ongoing investigation. VPR Series: UVM At A Crossroads
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Earlier Than Expected, UVM President To Step Down
Tuesday, 07/19/11
By Ross Sneyd
University of Vermont President Daniel Fogel will announce on Wednesday that he plans to step down at the end of the month. Fogel had already said he would retire as president next year and return to the English faculty. VPR Series: UVM At A Crossroads
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