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Three faculty members discuss their recent Civic Learning (CL) courses, as a response to teaching in the pandemic, exploring challenges and surprising benefits for themselves and their students.
Celebrating sovereignty and demonstrating the uniqueness of all tribes, this conversation seeks to broaden understanding of indigenous-led agritourism initiatives with a focus on the unity of human and ecological communities. Presentations will ex...
This symposium featured research presentations from six RSENR masters students who shared their exciting research and answered questions from the RSENR community.
The Creation of Gender-Affirming Hormone Therapy, Surgery, and healthcare
Second year medical students at the Larner College of Medicine at UVM work with United Ways of Vermont and the Public Health Department at UVM to create a project to assess community perceptions of need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This presentation outlines the preliminary data collected in the state of Vermont on community members perceptions on healthcare delays due to COVID-19.
Connecting with land through agriculture can be educational, joyful, healing, and empowering. From a Yellow Farmhouse in Connecticut to an apiary in Botswana, and a hillside campus in Vermont to an urban farm school in New York City, four panelist...
This was presented by Julia Pupko. This presentation was part of a series of contributed talks from the 2020 FEMC Annual Conference hosted virtually for the first time. For more content from the 2020 conference please go to https://www.uvm.edu/fem...