|New Award Defines Excellence|
Established by alumnus Don Nelinson ’76, the Defining Excellence Award acknowledges students with disabilities who demonstrate academic excellence and understand the responsibility to serve and give back to their community.
|Helping Keep a UVM Education Affordable|
With two children currently in college, Adam Strochak ’87 and his wife, Valerye, know full well about the rising costs of a college education.
|A Meaningful Career and a Life Well Spent|
Growing up on Burlington’s North Williams Street, Professor of Nursing Judy Cohen ’75 can’t remember a time when UVM wasn’t a part of her life.
|CALS Scholarships Honor Faculty While Supporting Students|
Two new endowed scholarship funds are making a difference in the lives of undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
|No. 1 Fan Creates New Space for Women's Hoops|
Ask any member of the women's basketball Catamounts who is their biggest fan, and you're likely to get the same response: Malcolm LeVanway.
|Donor's Love of France Benefits Scholarship Students|
Ruth Willard Redhead recently established a scholarship to help the next generation of UVM students pursue their dreams.
|Every Gift Is Meaningful|
“You know, I’m a lucky guy,” says Arthur “Rusty” Brink, Jr., as he looks back on his time at UVM and a 45-year career as a professional fundraiser.
|Med Students Benefit from Street Scholarship|
William Street, M.D.’59, a retired anesthesiologist, and his wife, Lorraine Hassan-Street, a retired nurse anesthetist, are supporting medical student scholarships at the UVM College of Medicine.
|Inspired to Become a Physician|
After reading Dr. Paul Farmer’s “Mountains Beyond Mountains,” which was required reading Rob Rudy's first year at UVM, and spending some time traveling abroad, where he saw poverty first hand, he was inspired to become a doctor.
|Enthusiastic for UVM and the Future|
As the second-oldest of six children, with two siblings in college and three more college bound, Dennis Mahoney is well aware of the importance of scholarship to help students like him.
|A Strong Connection|
As the director of a student organization promoting awareness of social issues and strengthening the connection between learning and service, Eliza Novick oversees volunteer opportunities that provide a vital link between UVM students and the greater Burlington community.
|Setting High Goals in Life|
After a standout soccer career at Essex High School in Vermont, David Ramada dreamed of attending UVM so that his tight-knit family would be able to attend his home games.