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May 5, 2021

A Message from President Elaine C. Collins:

Dear NVU Students, Faculty, and Staff,

We have a new positive COVID-19 case at NVU involving a commuter student on the Lyndon campus. The student is isolating at home off campus and no close contacts have been identified by our own internal contact tracing or by the Vermont Department of Health. This brings our semester total to thirteen cases. To date, we have conducted 9,448 tests on our two campuses.

After years of tests, deadlines, and to-do lists, Senior Week is a series of social events for graduating seniors, designed to provide a relaxing way for seniors to connect and make memories as a class before graduation.

Northern Vermont University has announced the guest speakers for Commencement 2021. Dr. Francois S. Clemmons will address the NVU-Johnson graduating class and Dr. Henry S. Parker will address the NVU-Lyndon graduating class. Though the ceremonies for both campuses will be held virtually this year, they will include time-honored traditions. The commencements will premiere on YouTube on Saturday, May 15 at 11 a.m. (Johnson Campus) and Sunday, May 16 at 11 a.m. (Lyndon Campus).

A Message from President Elaine C. Collins:

Dear NVU Students, Faculty, and Staff,

We have a new positive COVID-19 case at NVU involving a staff member on the Johnson campus. The staff member is isolating at home. This brings our semester total to twelve cases. To date, we have conducted 8,286 tests on our two campuses.

Lyndonville, Vt.— The Board of Trustees of the Vermont State Colleges System (VSCS) named Northern Vermont University Professor Pat Shine as a VSCS Faculty Fellow for 2021-2022. Co-chair of the department of Psychology and Human Services on the NVU Lyndon campus, Professor Shine’s fellowship will focus on social justice best practices as she works with the VSCS Social Justice Partners group “to lay a strong foundation for social justice that’s woven into the fabric of the VSCS,” Shine said.

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