Vermont Business Magazine Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) is one of six US health care systems sharing a $9 million grant for new research into improving cancer care. The National Cancer Institute, in association with the Beau Biden Cancer Moonshot Initiative, recently announced the funding of the collaboration, the SIMPRO Research Center. SIMPRO is a consortium of six US health care systems whose goal is to integrate the use of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) into the routine practice of oncology providers to improve symptom management and to decrease hospitalizations.
Leonine Public Affairs The blue wave that swept through the country was amplified in Vermont. While Senator Sanders and Congressman Welch were assured victory, Vermonters were still clearly motivated to voice their opinion of Trump’s presidency. Vermont had the highest turnout for a mid-term election in the state’s history and with no tightly contested statewide race it’s difficult to attribute the historical turnout to anything but the current national mood. Typically, in such a high turnout one would expect a fair number of unexpected outcomes to occur but that wasn’t really the case.
by Megan Sullivan, Executive Director of the Vermont Economic Progress Council (VEPC) Vermont, like all states, continuously strives to ensure that taxpayer investments are well spent. The Vermont Employment Growth Incentive, or VEGI as it is known, is no different. VEGI has been recognized by Good Jobs First as a high performing growth incentive program that also protects taxpayer dollars. A recent news report raised questions about VEGI and whether taxpayers are protected from paying incentives to a company in the program if jobs are lost.
Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced that Michael Riendeau, Sr of Brownington agreed to pay a $12,000 fine and perform cleanup activities after violating air pollution control and solid waste regulations by unlawfully burning and burying demolition waste on his property.
Vermont Business Magazine Senator Patrick Leahy, Governor Phil Scott and local officials joined Paul Millman, president of employee-owned Chroma Technology Corp, to celebrate the completion of a $22 million expansion that will add or retain 133 jobs in Bellows Falls.
Vermont Business Magazine will present the Rising Stars, Class of 2018, at a special reception and dinner, Thursday evening, November 8, 2018, beginning at 5:30 pm. The ceremony will take place at the Trader Dukes Hotel on Williston Road in South Burlington. Over 200 were nominated for this award that seeks our future leaders and 40 Vermonters under the age of 40 were selected.
Vermont Business Magazine The Cultural Resources Management Program at Camp Johnson won this award for the installation by adapting five historical latrines, built approximately 1928 and standing empty for many years, to serve as transient housing needs for the Vermont National Guard. Two additional historical buildings, built in the 1930s, are also scheduled to be rehabilitated as VIP headquarters for visitors to Camp Johnson.
A price on carbon is viewed as the most efficient way to achieve clean energy goals
by Timothy McQuiston, Vermont Business Magazine Gordon van Welie’s “foremost challenge” as President and CEO of ISO New England is grid reliability. ISO is “responsible for keeping electricity flowing across the six New England states and ensuring that the region has reliable, competitively priced wholesale electricity today and into the future.”
Vermont Business Magazine Job seekers are invited to a Veteran and Community Job Fair on Friday, November 9th at the DoubleTree by Hilton (formerly the Sheraton) in South Burlington, VT. The Job Fair will be Open from 10 am – 11 am to Military Veterans and will open to All Job Seekers from 11 am – 3 pm. The Job Fair is a free event hosted by the Workforce Development Division of the Vermont Department of Labor and is open to the public.
Vermont Outdoor Guide Association As we prepare for our 25th year of providing Vermont's recreation information to the public while working to improve awareness of the value of recreation tourism here at home, we are making several changes to our organization. In order to focus more on issues related to our industry, we changed our women's division, Vermont Outdoors Woman to an independent 501-C3 non profit organization. Outdoors Woman Inc DBA Vermont Outdoors Woman is now under new management with a new board of directors and a new website.
Vermont Business Magazine On Tuesday, Burlington voters approved a $70 million bond to completely reshape the educational experience delivered at Burlington High School. The bond passed with more than 73 percent voting in favor of the project.
Vermont Business Magazine Shelburne Farms announced today that Robin Turnau, former CEO of Vermont Public Radio, has joined the Farm as its Chief Advancement Officer. In this new position, she will be responsible for raising resources for and awareness of Shelburne Farms and its educational mission, overseeing development, communications, marketing, and public relations.