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Seven Northern Vermont University-Lyndon communications alums took home ten Emmy awards at the New England National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) 45th Boston/New England Emmy Awards ceremony on June 4, 2022.
Northern Vermont University Professor Dr. Gina Mireault was recently awarded a prestigious research grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and was named a Vermont State Colleges Systems (VSCS) Faculty Fellow for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Northern Vermont University broadcast and digital journalism students swept the Multimedia Journalist category in the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Boston/New England Chapter of the 2022 College/University Student Production Awards.
The Tenth Annual Veterans Summit will be held on Northern Vermont University’s Lyndon Campus on Wednesday, June 3, and veterans, military families, and all who care about veteran's issues are invited to attend.
Lyndon
Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has been at his job predicting just when winter will end since 1887. But with only a 40% accuracy rate, Northern Vermont University Atmospheric Sciences students believe it’s time for a fresh perspective grounded in real science. And today, they introduced a new weather forecaster to their team: NVU-Lyndon’s own Buzz the Hornet!
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Both Campuses
Authors, social activists, a runner, a congresswoman, teachers, an actor, a mathematician, and several NVU students — NVU-Lyndon FAIR and NVU-Johnson DITF asked for examples of people who represent Black Excellence...
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Lyndon
Two articles written by NVU Professor of History Alexandre Strokanov have recently been translated and published in academic journals in Poland and China. Both articles were based on his presentations at international conferences in those countries during 2021.
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Both Campuses
Do North Coworking announces the launch of KickstartNEK, a 10-week program designed to help small businesses and entrepreneurs explore, test, and build their ideas into profitable businesses. Based on the […]
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Both Campuses
Today we celebrate and honor one of our nation’s most-revered leaders, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. While he stood for so many causes, we mostly know Dr. King for his fight for equality and voting, civil, and human rights for all people in the United States.
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Both Campuses
Imagine, as a college student, the opportunity to work with an early-stage technology company helping to improve electric system reliability under extreme weather. Imagine the opportunity to work in a 1,500-acre tract of woods building trails, controlling invasive species and doing GIS/GPS mapping.
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Lyndon
Northern Vermont University-Lyndon and Vermont Technical College announced that a $240,000 grant from the US Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration will expand nursing capacity in the Northeast Kingdom.
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Both Campuses
Scholarships to Northern Vermont University will be awarded to winners and runners up of the 2021-2022 Vermont High School Writing Contest.
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Lyndon
What happens when climate model projections for the Northeastern United States are based on outdated or inaccurate temperature estimates of large bodies of water such as the Great Lakes? That’s what Northern Vermont University Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Janel Hanrahan and two NVU student interns set out to study in summer 2018.
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Johnson
Northern Vermont University-Johnson to Celebrate New Wellness Suite at Homecoming and Family Weekend Northern Vermont University-Johnson will celebrate the new Wellness Suite of rooms in the SHAPE (Student Health and […]
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