Important information from around
Proposed Course Changes Available for Review
Course Action Forms submitted to the Provost’s Office
between January 29, 2020 and February 15, 2020 are now
posted on the Provost for Academic Affairs website.
Travel-study Courses 2020-2021
Faculty planning to teach courses (“travel-study courses”)
or lead semester programs to international or domestic
locations during the upcoming academic year must submit an
Expression of Interest no later than March 6.
Cheese and Dairy Fest
Stop by the Davis Center Atrium on February 19th from
11-2 to sample some of your favorite local Vermont cheese
and dairy products! Support local producers, farmers, and
Responding to Multilingual Writers: Evaluating and
Grading Written Work
Drawing on research on multilingual writing development,
this workshop highlights effective teaching strategies for
supporting multilingual students as learners and writers.
Writing Assignments 101: Design Principles
This workshop explores basic, generative principles for
designing writing assignments. Whether you’re creating new
assignments, or interested in revising existing ones, this
workshop will help you refine your goals and shape an
assignment that invites creative and critical work.
Register to Vote
Students are allowed to vote where they attend school,
meaning that UVM students may register and vote at their
Register to vote or request your absentee ballot using
EDU@UVM Registration Now Open
EDU@UVM is an annual learning event that brings colleagues
together from across campus to share knowledge and cultivate
skills that will positively impact our work life. This
year's event will be held on March 11, titled Thriving in
UVM Horse Barn Coop
Bring your horse to campus and gain valuable equine
management experience at the same time. The UVM Horse Barn
is completely student run and managed. This is a great
opportunity to learn more about equine management and to
have daily interaction with your horse.
Registration for Summer University is Open
Summer is the perfect time for you to catch up, get ahead,
enroll in degree, distribution, or major and minor course
requirements—or explore a new area of interest.
Hybrid Course Development Program
UVM’s Hybrid Course Development Program, conducted by the
CTL, is now accepting applications for the May 2020 cohort.
We invite you to join a group of 75 UVM faculty who are
either teaching or in the process of designing/redesigning