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Vermont Tech SkillsUSA Champions

Seven Vermont Tech students and recent graduates recently attended the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC). The conference ran from Tuesday, June 26th to Friday June 29th in Louisville, Kentucky. Read more...

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Vermont Tech Students Awarded SkillsUSA Gold and Bronze

Several Vermont Tech engineering technology students have medaled in statewide SkillsUSA competitions, held recently on Vermont Tech campuses. Read more...

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Fall 2017 Honors Lists

Vermont Tech celebrates all of the individuals who qualified for either the President's or Dean's lists, as well as our Fall 2017 Graduates. Read more

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Open Source for Open Frontiers

After the successful launch of a CubeSat that circled the Earth for just over two years, The Vermont Tech CubeSat Laboratory is continuing their dedication to exploring the stars with a lightweight application framework, CubedOS. Read more...

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Class of 2017 Achieves 98% Placement Rate

Vermont Tech is proud to announce another year of successful graduates. Read more.

(left to right) Professor Chris Reilly, Adam Miller, Morgan Easton, Louis Porter, and Governor Phil Scott
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Great Humans: Helping a Fish Hatchery Improve their Energy Efficiency

Fish Hatcheries around Vermont are improving their energy efficiency, one Vermont Tech student is helping out. Read more. 

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Great Humans: Vermont Tech Students Aid Tanzanian Slum

Four Vermont Tech Students and Professor Ken Vandermark have set out for Tanzania, with the goal of providing a local charity with the means to effectively heat water. Read More.

Our 2017 graduation ceremony is wrapped up as the procession leaves the tent
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Spring 2017 President's and Dean's Lists Honorees

Every semester, Vermont Tech honors the students who have done exceptionally well in their academic studies. Here is the full list of the Spring 2017 honors students, those who made either the President's or Dean's List. Read more.

Vet Tech students take xrays of a canine patient
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Must Love Pets

Pets are more than just animals, they're family. Our Veterinary Technology students are learning how to ensure their health and comfort. Learn more...

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Tech Radio
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WVTC Officially Over the Hill: The College Radio Station Celebrates its 50th

Coming to you live from Vermont Tech’s Morey Hall in Randolph Center, WVTC is your local college radio station. Read more...

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