Published On: Mon, Feb 27th, 2012

University of Vermont

University of Vermont is public institute founded in 1791, campus size is 460 acres, semester based calendar system is adapted by the university, tuition fees for the year 2011-2012 are $14,784 for the in-state students and $34,424 for out-of-state students. Computer Science Student Christopher Tucci has developed an app “iUVM” which you can access the all information regarding the University. UVM’s 42 undergraduate alumni serving in overseas, according to Peace Corps it’s currently rank No.5 on the 2012 top volunteer-producing colleges and universities in the group of medium size entity. UVM’s Aiken Center is considered model for green restorations, after its renovations its consume 62% less energy, and it can also treat the waste water. In order to enjoy the natural beauty of the UVM surroundings you can rent skis & camping equipment from the campus.

Application fee is $ 55, and acceptance rate of this university is 71%. Faculty-student ratio is 1:17. Nearly 46.5% classes have less than 20 students, 40.0% have 20-49 students and 13.5% classes have 50 or more students.

The Department of Computer Science at Vermont University has this important development in which they are working on the project in which the likelihood of artificial intelligence being used to record human thoughts and personality characteristics on computer hard drive to generate robotic people who could live into eternity.

One of the Vermont University Graduate Diane Greene, is the co-founder of VMware, a Silicon Valley software company that has open new horizons in computer technology and introduced a new concept into the mainstream of information technology, virtualization, which today is recognized as a pillar of cloud computing and data center solutions.




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