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HDFS 161 Episode 6 The Law

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton describes the work of Clare Huntington in her book Failure to Flourish, and elaborates on the relationship of dispute resolution and structural family law to family and community well-being.

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HDFS 161 Episode 18 Crime & Punishment

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton Outlines a develecological understanding of crime and punishment. He describes the development of criminal behavior and thinking, the developmental and ecological ingredients that go into a criminal developmental trajectory, the...

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University Scholar Lecture - Gregory L. Holmes

By: hausmann

University Scholar lecture delivered by Gregory L. Holmes, M.D., Chair, Department of Neurological Sciences and Professor of Neurological Sciences and Pediatrics as part of the 2020-2021 University Scholar Lecture Series.

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Polasky, Stephen. "Meeting the Sustainable Development Challenge of Jointly Achieving Economic Growth and Improved Environmental Conditions". Marsh Professor. 25 October 2016.

By: presdent

Stephen Polasky is among the world’s leaders in combining ecology and economics to quantify the benefits of nature to human society. He has assessed the impact of biofuels on agricultural landscapes, climate change, and food prices, and he has p...

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HumaniTEAs Time: Conversations with Scholars - Luis Vivanco

By: imorgens

First session of the HumaniTEAs Time: Conversations with Scholars series, featuring Prof. Luis Vivanco (Anthropology; Humanities Center) and Prof. Ilyse Morgenstein Fuerst (Religion; Humanities Center)

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Moving Johnson House at the University of Vermont

By: tvisser

In July 2005, the University of Vermont had its historic Johnson House moved across Main Street to make way for the construction of Dudley H. Davis Student Center in 2007. Originally built in 1806 at the corner of Main Street and University Place,...

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Herbicide and Conservation Agriculture #2: Communicating to the public about the pros/cons of herbicides in our cropping systems and the role they play in sustainable agriculture.

By: kworkman

Dr. Terence Bradshaw, Assistant Professor Specialty Crops Production and Director of the Horticulture Research & Education Center, University of Vermont Communicating to the public about the pros/cons of herbicides in our cropping systems and the...

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KEYNOTE LECTURE: “Benin 1897: Artist Intervention & the Restitution Issue”

By: cdissing

With Peju Layiwola, Professor of Art History, University of Lagos (November 5, 2021) Restitution is a way for communities that were harmed to remake themselves in the face of what was taken from them: for communities in Africa from whom people ...

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Creating an Open Access Impact Within and Beyond the University

By: schwrks

A growing movement is using tools such as open access journals and repositories to transform scholarly communications on a global scale. Open access refers to literature and published research results that are made available online without access ...