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Company Overview of The University of Vermont
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
Founded in 1791
Key Executives for The University of Vermont
Dean for College of Arts and Sciences
Vice President of Research and Dean of the Graduate College
Director of Center for Research
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The University of Vermont Key Developments
University of Vermont Appoints Ed Pagano to Board of Trustees
Mar 4 15
Ed Pagano has been appointed by Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin to a six-year term on the University of Vermont's board of trustees. As gubernatorial appointee, he joins three legislative trustees, elected by the Vermont General Assembly to serve six-year terms, and a student trustee, who will serve a two-year term, on the school's board. Pagano has served in the legislative and executive branches of the federal government for most of his career, including as chief of staff to Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and as deputy assistant to the president for legislative affairs in the Obama administration.
University of Vermont Workers Approves Contract
Oct 24 14
The union that represents UVM's custodians, electricians, grounds workers, bookstore clerks, shuttle bus drivers, mechanics, plumbers and other workers approved the new three-year contract earlier this week.
University of Vermont Faculty Contract Talks at an Impasse
Sep 3 14
Contract talks between the University of Vermont full-time faculty and the administration have reached impasse, both sides have announced. Efforts to reach agreement through mediation were unsuccessful. Negotiations now enter a fact-finding phase. Among the key unresolved differences are salary increases and employs share of health care plan payments, according to the union. United Academics represents about 680 full-time faculties. Negotiations for the full-time unit's last contract also went through an impasse phase, as did contract talks for the part-time unit's most recent contract. Members of United Academics, the faculty union, continue to work under terms of the last contract, which expired June 30. Last month, UVM and the Teamsters union, representing police services employees, agreed on a two-year contract, with annual raises of 2% and 2.5%. The administration has announced that non-unionized employees would be eligible for raises in fiscal year 2015 from a salary pool that is 2% larger than last year. Negotiations are also underway with United Electrical Local 267, representing about 350 service workers. That union's last contract also expired June 30.
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