Presentation Title

Staying or leaving: UVM seniors' post graduation plans

Presenter's Name(s)

Lindsay A. FreedFollow

Project Collaborators

Cheryl Morse (Faculty Mentor)

Time

3:00 PM

Location

Silver Maple Ballroom - Social Sciences

Abstract

This report is a pilot study on UVM seniors post-graduation plans, looking at whether they plan on staying in Vermont after graduation or plan to leave the state. The intention is to gain a better understanding of how soon-to-be UVM graduates view the Burlington area to help address Vermont's high out-migration rate. The study consisted of a survey of UVM seniors intending on graduating by May 2019, focusing on where they plan to go after graduation and how their relationships and attitudes toward Burlington influenced their decision to stay or go.

Primary Faculty Mentor Name

Meghan Cope

Status

Undergraduate

Student College

College of Arts and Sciences

Program/Major

Geography

Primary Research Category

Social Sciences

Second College (optional)

College of Arts and Sciences

Second Program/Major

Political Science

Secondary Research Category

Vermont Studies

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Staying or leaving: UVM seniors' post graduation plans

This report is a pilot study on UVM seniors post-graduation plans, looking at whether they plan on staying in Vermont after graduation or plan to leave the state. The intention is to gain a better understanding of how soon-to-be UVM graduates view the Burlington area to help address Vermont's high out-migration rate. The study consisted of a survey of UVM seniors intending on graduating by May 2019, focusing on where they plan to go after graduation and how their relationships and attitudes toward Burlington influenced their decision to stay or go.