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RBA - Program Accountability Copy

By: uvmext

RBA - Program Accountability Copy

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Sture Hansson: University of Vermont Marsh Professor Lecture The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: On Algal Blooms in the Baltic Sea

By: presdent

Blue-green algal blooms are common in the Baltic Sea as well as in many lakes, and they are often seen as a nuisance and an indication of environmental degradation. But because something is ugly does not necessarily mean that it's also bad. Can cy...

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RSENR Fall Seminar Series: Jessica Cole

By: krewcast

Jessica Cole, Ph.D. Candidate in the UVM Biology Department shares insights to her research in the third installment of the RSENR Fall Seminar Series: Learning from Early Career Researchers. Cole's talk is entitled: Investigating the Potential Tra...

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Pinterest - How to Create

By: hag

Pinterest is a visual bookmarking tool to collect links to images. Image links are placed on "boards" in the order in which you collect them. You can create multiple boards based on topics of your choosing. The thumbnail images it creates link bac...

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Syrup is Complex

By: uvmext

Compared to the relatively simple composition of maple sap, maple syrup has over 130 different identified flavor and aroma compounds. The predominant classes of flavor compounds are phenolics, pyrazines, and carbonyl-based compounds. Typically, li...

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RSENR Fall Seminar Series: Dr. Mysha Clarke

By: krewcast

For the second installment of the 2020 RSENR Fall Seminar Series featuring early career researchers, Dr. Mysha Clarke gave a presentation entitled "Using protection motivation theory to understand invasive plant management on family forestlands".

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Grading

By: uvmext

Grade A pure maple syrup is graded on four criteria; density, clarity, color, and flavor. All syrup must be fit within a standard density of 66.9-68.9 percent sugar. Syrup must be clear and free of any suspended particles that could form during th...

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Kelly Diggs-Andrews, Ph.D. UVM Seminar: Optimizing Inclusive and Culturally Responsive Mentoring Practices

By: rlynn1

Held on February, 1, 2022 at UVM this introductory seminar was designed to introduce evidence-based approaches, including the NAS Science of Effective Mentorship in STEMM report, to broaden participation of culturally diverse groups in STEMM field...

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Agritourism and Racial Justice in the US

By: rcbartle

This gathering is focused on the role of agritourism within the racial justice movement in the United States. Panelists from both urban and rural perspectives will discuss the potential for farm-based education and sales of local products to serve...