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Inclusive Teaching: A Faculty Panel of Lessons Learned (January 2021)

By: ctl

Engage with a panel of faculty who have taken the Cornell Online Course on Inclusive Teaching Practices. They will discuss ways they implemented Inclusive Teaching practices into their courses during the pandemic. Practical ways to welcome all stu...

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#ExpertsLive | Government Power in Times of Crisis

By: strigg

Lisa Holmes, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Vermont Part of the #ExpertsLive series by the College of Arts & Sciences. In this talk, Professor Holmes looks at emergency powers, executive power, and federalism in the ...

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​Creating Virtual Farm and Food Experiences

By: rcbartle

​​Whether it's farm tours or private tastings, we are all figuring out new ways to connect digitally with customers and colleagues. During this period of limited travel, farm and food businesses around the world are experimenting with innovati...

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Welcoming Guests Back on Our Farms and Ranches

By: rcbartle

As Covid-19 restrictions ease in some parts of the world, travelers who are eager to venture forth seek safe, healthy, outdoor experiences away from crowds— leading to a surge in demand for agritourism experiences which meet these criteria. Join...

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UVM Faculty Panel: Teaching in Tumultuous Times (Oct 28,2020)

By: ctl

This year, we've faced—and continue to face—events that have a great effect on all of us: the upcoming election, the pandemic, racialized police violence, social justice protests, and the Supreme Court transition, to name just a few. For facul...

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Innovative Ways to Sell Agricultural Products Direct to Consumers

By: rcbartle

The evolving pandemic has brought to light the importance of promoting agri-food products in local markets, purchasing locally sourced supplies, and selling direct to consumers. Join French-speaking partners (southern Quebec, Eastern Ontario and t...