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MEDIA

 

June 29, 2020

As the nationwide higher-education landscape shifted to remote learning in March, UVM faculty, supported by staff in multiple units, rapidly pivoted to this reality of life during pandemic times. A kitchen table with a laptop became the new lectern; a seat on the couch became the new seat in a classroom; those were the easy parts.

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UVM SURVEY: FOOD INSECURITY IN VERMONT ROSE 33% DURING PANDEMIC

April 2020

Vermont Business Magazine Food insecurity in Vermont has increased by one-third during the coronavirus pandemic, from 18.3% to 24.3%, according to a statewide survey conducted by the University of Vermont at the end of March and announced in a series of briefs today.

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