Where does your food come from? Vermont Breakfast on the Farm gives locavores an inside look at Miller Farm in Vernon, a working dairy operation that provides milk to Stonyfield Organic.
Grant Butterfield is waiting for an elevator to be installed. It’s still the early afternoon, but it’s his fifth trip up the stairs of the five-story, 33-unit, 33,000-square-foot residential building under construction on Maiden Lane, in the heart of downtown St. Albans.
Benjamin Tolosa was named to the honor’s list for the fall semester at the Community College of Vermont.
Norwich University officials announced that three professors have each earned a $25,000 Pilot Award from the Vermont Biomedical Research Network (VBRN) in support of research at Norwich University for 2021-22.
Rutland County’s senators are backing a bill aimed at keeping Castleton University’s name from changing, and would require the state college system to issue separate financial reports for each of its institutions.
The next three to four years of our economy is being described as a potential “Goldilocks moment.” It is a combination of untold amounts of money chasing both need and opportunity.
Community College of Vermont’s new Flex classes allow students to enroll at multiple points throughout the semester, and to then work through course material at their own pace.
Stephanie LaBarron was recently hired as the vice president of ambulatory and provider services at Copley Hospital in Morrisville. As a “young vice president,” Stephanie attributes her ability to climb the leadership ladder to her education, and says that her entire career in healthcare began at Community College of Vermont.
No Vermont colleges and universities have joined the growing list of schools across the country that will require students to receive a Covid-19 vaccine before returning in the fall — but that could soon change.
Since the displacement of all Burlington High School students, Burlington Technical School (BTC) has dispersed its programming throughout the city. Many of the programs have been offered spaces at a free or reduced rate. For this year, the 12 programs have found new homes in nine different locations in the community.