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Company Overview of The University of Vermont

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The University of Vermont is an educational institution that offers undergraduate and graduate programs. It offers courses in business, social sciences, science, and medicine. The schools and colleges of the university include School of Business Administration, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Communication, College of Medicine, College of Engineering and Mathematics, Graduate College, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, College of Education and Social Services, and School of Natural Resources. The university was founded in 1791 and is based in Burlington, Vermont.

Burlington, VT 05405

United States

Founded in 1791

Phone:

802-656-3131

Key Executives for The University of Vermont

Dean for College of Arts and Sciences
Secretary and Trustee
Vice President of Research and Dean of the Graduate College
Director of Center for Research
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

The University of Vermont Key Developments

The University of Vermont Names David V. Rosowsky as New Provost to Take Office August 1, 2013

A new provost has been named at the University of Vermont, to take office Aug. 1, 2013. David V. Rosowsky, 49, dean of engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, was appointed by President Tom Sullivan. Rosowsky will succeed Robert Low, who has served as interim provost since Jan. 1 replacing Jane Knodell, who resigned. Since 2009 Rosowsky has served as engineering dean at RPI, where he oversees 160 faculty members, more than 100 staffers, about 3,000 undergraduates and 700 graduate students. Previously, Rosowsky headed the Department of Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University. According to UVM, he is an active researcher with a focus on wind and earthquake engineering.

The University of Vermont Names Five New Members as Trustees

Five new members have been named to the University of Vermont Board of Trustees. The new members include three legislative trustees, one gubernatorial appointee and one student. The legislative trustees, elected by the General Assembly to six-year terms, are Rep. Sarah Buxton, a Democrat from Tunbridge. Rep. Anne O'Brien, a Democrat from Richmond. and Rep. Jeff Wilson, a Democrat from Manchester. They replace Harry Chen, Donna Sweaney and Jeanette White. Carolyn Dwyer, a management consultant, has been named by Gov. Peter Shumlin to a six-year term, replacing Jeff Davis. Raj Thakrar, a medical student, replaces undergraduate Kyle DeVivo in one of two student slots on the board with a two-year term.

The University of Vermont, Board Meeting, Mar 11, 2013

The University of Vermont, Board Meeting, Mar 11, 2013.

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