The Center for Research on Vermont is an interdisciplinary network of scholars and community members who share information, ideas, and research on Vermont. We assist scholars, government representatives, students, the media, and the public by serving as an information clearinghouse and sponsoring lectures, conferences, and publications. The Center’s Research-in-Progress Seminar Series provides a forum for scholarly discourse.
We have members from around the state and throughout the country, representing institutions like museums, libraries, non-profit educational centers, and historical societies, state and local government offices, and academic disciplines such as history, geography, political science, agriculture, environmental studies, planning, and anthropology. All of our events are open to the public.
The Center is directed by Cheryl Morse, a member of the Geography department at the University of Vermont. The Center office is administered by Tom Helmstutler.
For more information about us, please visit our website.