In the wake of proposed cuts and consolidations to UVM’s College of Arts and Sciences, we’ll hear from Lindsay Ellis, a reporter for The Chronicle of Higher Education, about similar moves by schools around the country. And we’ll speak with UVM French professor Meaghan Emery about the faculty’s reaction to the moves. Amanda Kay Gustin of the Vermont Historical Society joins us to discuss the Women’s History Database that she oversees. We’ll meet some of the amazing Vermont women who have made history. And we finish the show by taking a field trip to the Birds of Vermont Museum in Huntington to learn about the wonderful carved birds on display there and the programs they offer.
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