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Vermont Tech's anaerobic digester exterior during winter
Amanda Chaulk

Big Bertha Belching Out Renewable Electricity at Vermont Tech

“Big Bertha,” the anaerobic digester at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, is operating at full capacity and successfully putting electricity onto the grid. With a carefully formulated diet of cow manure and organic matter from Vermont farms and brewery waste from the Alchemist and Long Trail Brewing Company, at full power Big Bertha transforms 16,000 gallons of waste to 8,800 kilowatt hours of electricity daily—equivalent to about 200 gallons of heating oil, or the amount of electricity consumed by about 70 houses on a cold day. Learn more...

Rebecca Broadbent Cross Country
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Rebecca Broadbent achieves All-American finish at USCAA Nationals

Virginia Beach, VA - Vermont Tech's cross country runners competed in the USCAA National Championship races yesterday at Princess Anne Sports Complex in Virgina Beach. Read more...

Vermont Tech's Multicultural Club members pose outside of the Hartness Library
Amanda Chaulk

Joint Statement in Support of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusiveness

A number of Vermont education and business leaders, joined by Governor Peter Shumlin and Governor-elect Phil Scott, released the following statement. Learn more...

Randolph Center campus photo of outdoor patio
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech is Named "Best Bets for Vets" for 2017 by Military Times

 Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that the college has been ranked 11th among the Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges 2017 in the annual best college rankings published by the Military Times. Read more...

Veteran's day at Vermont Tech
Amanda Chaulk

Veterans' Day Events at the VSC

The Vermont State Colleges are proud to honor our nation’s veterans over the Veteran’s Day holiday. We invite community members to join us in thanking veterans for their service and remembering the sacrifices they have made on behalf of our nation. Learn more...

Vermont Tech students use CNC equipment in advanced manufacturing lab
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech official announces $4M grant at annual SRDC meeting

Vermont Technical College Interim President Patricia Moulton, who took the helm at the college this fall, spoke to about 60 guests at the Springfield Regional Development Corp. 2016 annual meeting and dinner, hosted on Tuesday, Nov. 1 at the Windsor Mansion Inn. Learn more...

Pat Moulton speaking in front of the crowd at the Woman Can Do conference.
Amanda Chaulk

18th Annual Women Can Do! Conference Draws a Record Crowd

More than 500 young women from Vermont high schools in every county, accompanied by 100 of their guidance counselors and teachers, gathered for the annual Women Can Do! Conference. This event, in its 18th year, is a partnership event between Vermont Works for Women and Vermont Technical College, with generous financial support from The J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation and the Vermont Agency of Education. Learn more...

Interim President Patricia Moulton photo credit Tim Calabro of the Randolph Herald
Amanda Chaulk

Moulton Take Helm at Vermont Tech

New students arriving this fall at Vermont Technical College found they weren’t the only new faces on campus. Also arriving the same week was the college’s new interim president, Patricia Moulton. Learn more...

Photo of faculty celebrating Alumni Homecoming Day 2016 with sparklers.
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech Celebrates 150th Anniversary Statewide

Vermont Technical College announced today the college will kick off its sesquicentennial celebrations this week with anniversary events throughout the state at its various campus locations. Alumni and community members will be welcome to attend receptions and events in Williston, Randolph Center, Bennington and Brattleboro. Learn more...

Randolph Center campus photo of outdoor patio
Amanda Chaulk

Vermont Tech's Ranking Soars Among the Best Regional Colleges for 2017 by U.S. News and World Report

 Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that the college has been ranked 15th among the Best North Regional Colleges for 2017 in the annual best college rankings published by U.S. News & World Report. Read more...

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