With tag: vermont_law_school
VT Law School Inaugurates President
Vermont Law School is inaugurating a new president and dean. Marc
Mihaly assumed both those titles in August and will be formally installed in
the job this Friday
VT Law School: Smart Grid Adoption Is Improving
Vermont Law School is studying the roll-out of smart grid technology by Central Vermont
Public Service and six other utilities around the country. The school says the adoption of the technology by the
state's largest electric utility is going well.
Vermont Law Compiles Environmental Watch List
By Ric Cengeri
The list looks at significant decisions by
courts, Congress and governmental agencies that will have a bearing on
important environmental issues. The new list includes the disputed
Keystone XL Pipeline, the Fukushima fallout and the EPA-White House
clash over ozone standards.
Hospital Looks Toward Next Transition
By Jane Lindholm
Fletcher Allen Health Care was rocked by financial scandal less than a
decade ago, and as it emerged from that cloud Dr. Melinda Estes was
named CEO. After eight years, she
steps down this month and we look back on how FAHC has changed during her tenure.
Entergy Vs. The State Of Vermont
By Steve Zind
Vermont Law School professors Pat Parenteau and Don Kreis break down the upcoming trial initiated by Entergy to keep Vermont Yankee operating beyond March 2012, State Epidemiologist Patsy Kelso updates us on a measles alert and we head to Summer School for a lesson in playing the banjo.
Don't Ask, Don't Tell Town Hall At VLS
Vermont Law School, which bans military recruiting on its campus until
gays are allowed to openly serve, will hold a town hall meeting calling for an
end to the "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
Funding Our Schools
By Jane Lindholm
We talk to Martha Allen, the newly elected president of the
VT-NEA, about the teachers' perspective on school funding and budget
cuts. Also, Vermont Law School delegates in Copenhagen report back on the climate change conference. And, how to make igloos.