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Studying Abroad as an HCOL Student

By: sclark3

Screencast presentation meant to help HCOL students plan the timing of a semester abroad around their pre-thesis requirements. Also provides a very basic overview of the study abroad planning process, as well as some ideas for seeking out funding ...

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Adapting Your Vermont Pick-Your-Own Operation in Response to Covid-19 (audio only)

By: clherric

A co-presentation offered by NOFA-VT in partnership with Vermont farmers, the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets, and UVM Extension to help growers plan adjustments to their u-pick operations in summer 2020.

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“HEDIS Annual Monitoring: a true measure of patient safety?”

By: jkwallac

Annual laboratory monitoring completion occurs more frequently among persons prescribed medications of interest with a diagnosis of hypertension and for those with a diagnosis of diabetes. Rates of high blood pressure and diabetes vary by state a...

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Sugarbush Management 2

By: uvmext

Late summer, while leaves are still green is a good time to assess the trees in your sugarbush. Weak or declining individuals will show areas of crown dieback. Trees with more than 75% dieback will likely not survive but are still competing for li...

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Shade Tolerance 1

By: uvmext

All green plants, which includes trees, need sunlight to produce energy for survival. Some trees can satisfy their basic needs with less light than others. Sugar and red maples are two examples of such trees. They are both considered shade-toleran...