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UVM graduate students Katie Ann Miller, Stephanie Juice, and Leigh Ann Holterman have received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Award. This prestigious fellowship is awarded to graduate students who demonstrate outstanding intellectual merit and who have the potential to have a broad and significant impact in their respective fields.

Logic Supply, a South Burlington-based industrial computer company, welcomes a new Information Technology Director, Amy Coutu to the leadership team. In her new role, Coutu will oversee the development and implementation of computer and telecommunications software, networks, and information systems.

During calendar year 2013, 168 Central Vermont Medical Center volunteers contributed 21,175 hours.  Volunteers serve at the hospital, the cancer center, Woodridge Rehabilitation & Nursing and The CVMC Auxiliary Bene-Fit Shop in Barre.  In addition, members of the CVMC Board of Trustees, CVMC Auxiliary and individuals from the community gave of their time and talents.

Maponics, a leading provider of geospatial data, today announced that Matt Barnum has joined the Executive Team as the company’s new Vice President of Operations.

Pennsylvania native Amanda Hepler knew from a young age that she would become a doctor.

“Pretty much from when I was very little, I wanted to be a doctor,” says Hepler, whose mother was a radiology technologist often the go-to person for medical questions.

Timbers Restaurant at Sugarbush Resort has announced the hiring of Bruce Hyde Jr. as manager.

Bread Loaf Corporation welcomes architect Jim Duprey

Bread Loaf Corporation, a Vermont firm of architects, planners, and builders is pleased to announce Jim Duprey, LEED AP, has joined our Architectural Department as an Architect.  Jim bring with him 18 years of experience on a variety of resort, institutional and commercial projects.

Energize Vermont is pleased to announce Mark Whitworth has been named its new Executive Director. Whitworth succeeds Lukas B.

The Essex, Vermont’s Culinary Resort and Spa, announces the appointment of Jim Robertson as vice president of Sales and Marketing. Prior to The Essex, Jim spent nine years at Sugarbush Resort in Warren, VT, as the vice president of Sales.

New England Culinary Institute is proud to announce the promotion of Executive Chef Jean-Louis Gerin to Chief Operating Officer. Chef Gerin joined NECI in 2012, bringing a rich culinary background to NECI as a James Beard Award winner for Best Chef: Northeast, 2010 winner of The Silver Toque, and winner of the Food Network’s television show ‘Chopped’ Challenge.

Simon English, Landmark School senior, delivered the winning rendition of The Gettysburg Address at the first annual competition held at Greenwood School in Putney, VT as part of documentarian Ken Burns' Learn the Address initiative. Thirteen schools from across the U.S.

Central Vermont Medical Center Pharmacy Technician Linda Eastman was named Pharmacy Technician of the Year by the Vermont Society of Health-System Pharmacists (VtSHP) at their annual meeting in Colchester.

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