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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Program- Podcast

By: kvidrio

a delving into the innerworkings of the FFVP

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UVM CS Fair 2018

By: rdasari

The CS Fair is a UVM event which provides Computer Science students the opportunity to display web, app, and other computer related projects

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Bridging the Gap: Improving the relationship between social service organizations and healthcare providers

By: jreategu

 To understand barriers affecting collaboration between social service providers and community health providers in order to promote research-based improvements in health outcomes in rural populations.   

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Healthcare Delays during COVID-19 Oral Presentation

By: msalusti

This presentation outlines the preliminary data collected in the state of Vermont on community members perceptions on healthcare delays due to COVID-19.

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37th Annual Rubenstein School Graduate Research Symposium: Session 1

By: krewcast

This symposium featured research presentations from six RSENR masters students who shared their exciting research and answered questions from the RSENR community.

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2004-04-28 Earned Turns on Mount Mansfield

By: waw

Late season after the resorts are closed a community of hiker skiers congregate on the slopes, trails,and trees of Mount Mansfield.

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Lecture: Herbal Support for Community Healing & Transformation (ENVS195OL3-PBHM2020)

By: kcelmer

Lecture in Module 6 -the final module. Sound quality for the video clip from adrienne marie brown is poor so you may choose to listen to it directly on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/ISKEnvcRmMs

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HDFS 161 Episode 19 Restorative Justice

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton applies the principles of develecology to explain restorative justice and why it works.

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Faculty Panel: Civic Learning (CL) as a Creative Adaptation to COVID

By: smunkres

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.